A 20950 Enterprise Ave., Brookfield, WI 53045 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats, rabbits, small animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and/or fish.
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City of Brookfield
Town of Brookfield
Village of Chenequa
Village of Elm Grove
Village of Lannon
Village of Nashotah.
Elmbrook Humane Society’s mission is to provide shelter for homeless animals, promote the human animal bond, and prevent animal cruelty and neglect.
Our vision is to be the most personal, compassionate, and preferred resource for your animal needs.
Is Elmbrook Humane Society a No Kill Organization?
Yes, Elmbrook Humane Society is a No Kill organization. Our written policy can be found by selecting the following: Elmbrook Humane Society No Kill Policy.
Click below to see our animal intake and outcome statistics for 2013 – 2016.
Canine Intake and Outcome Statistics 2013 – 2016
Feline Intake and Outcome Statistics 2013 – 2016
Our goal is always to choose life. We do not euthanize animals unless they are too dangerous to be made available for adoption or have serious behavior concerns that cannot safely or successfully be rehabilitated and adopted into a new home. If an animal is sick or injured and we can treat, we absolutely will. We do not euthanize animals because of space, age, breed, length of stay, or whom may have acute or chronic health conditions that can be treated prior to adoption or managed by a new family.
We have committed ourselves and our resources to save every animal possible. Our intake and adoption programs have been adapted to be engaging and friendly to animals and potential adopters. We have areas where we can treat animals with contagious diseases so that they have the time to recover without becoming a risk to our shelter animal population, staff, and visitors to our shelter. Our behavior and temperament assessment process gives adopters the best possible information when they are in to meet our animals. We work with adopters to help transition animals into new homes and help them overcome any adjustment issues they encounter. Our foster care program has expanded to help animals with behavior modification or medical needs to be worked with until they can be given the best possible chance for a successful adoption.
We work with several animal welfare groups to transfer in animals in need to allow as many animals as possible a second chance. In April 2015, we announced a joint collaboration with Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) to work together to become one of Wisconsin’s first No Kill communities. Specifically, we work together on the overwhelming cat population in Waukesha County. To read more about this partnership, click here. We also transfer in animals from other organizations as space allows to help as many animals as we are able to. We provide animal control services to several communities in Waukesha County and work to reunite animals with their owners, and if that cannot be done, to rehome stray animals that are not reclaimed as quickly as possible.
We work with owners from all over to accept as many surrenders as possible. We receive calls from all over the state – and beyond – from people that know the quality of life that our shelter animals enjoy – but unfortunately we are unable to accept all animals, as much as we wish we could.
We are a small shelter, with a dedicated staff, and a strong volunteer base. We are able to care for the animals that come through our doors each year by working hard and making the most of all of our resources. We need help from our community – by adopting our wonderful animals, spreading the word about the great shelter we have, giving time through volunteering, and through financial support that enables us to take in more animals that have no other possibility for a second chance.
Adoption Hours: Mon-Tue: 1 – 6PM Wed: Closed Thu-Fri: 1 – 6PM Sat-Sun: 12 – 5PM
20950 Enterprise Avenue Brookfield, WI 53045