Address: N3093B Bauer Drive PO Box 1 Medford, WI 54451
About Our Shelter...
The Taylor County, WI Humane Society, Inc. is dedicated to educating our community on responsible pet ownership, on the importance of spay/neuter, and on providing loving and caring homes for all animals.
The Goals of Our Humane Society : To bring together individuals who care for and about animals To develop plans for the welfare of all animals To assist people in finding loving & caring homes for domestic animals To take appropriate action in cases of actual or suspected cruelty to animals To promote the spaying & neutering of domestic animals To demonstrate the harmful effects animal overpopulation has on the health and welfare of our community To opperate a viable animal shelter for Taylor County
Come Meet Our Pets...
From the Hwy 13/64 intersection go east 1 block and turn north on Bauer Drive (behind the fairgrounds).
Hours Open to the Public: Monday - CLOSED Tuesday - CLOSED Wednesday - 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. Thursday - 12 p.m. until 6 p.m. Friday - 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday - 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday - CLOSED Special Times by Appointment
Our Adoption Process...
All animals of appropriate age are spayed/neutered and have all shots, including rabies. Prices are:
$190.00 Puppies (6 months old or less) $180.00 (6 Months and Older,) Small, Medium, Large Breeds $100.00 Senior Breeds,(Price will very on Health and wellness of the dog.) Feline Adoption Rates $60 Unaltered Cats and Kittens $80 Altered Cats and Kittens An adoption form is filled out on sight. $10.00 Off Cat/Kitten Adoption on Friday's ONLY!! WI Dog Seller and Dog Facility Operator License # 268226-DS
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