920.733.1717

Kitten

Yoga

Yoga... and KITTENS! You don't want to miss this!

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Cat

Tales

Did you know cats can read? Well... they can HELP children of all ages practice their reading skills while socializing with our feline friends!

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Tailgate

2018

That's right, Tailgate 2018 is underway.... Register early!

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1951

Lives saved
in 2018
Dog 1
Cat 1
Dog 2
Cat 2
dog 3
Dog 1

Welcome to FVHA

The Fox Valley Humane Association is a full-service animal shelter serving the animals and people of the Fox Valley since 1892.   We are a privately owned, nonprofit organization funded through grants and private donations.  We care for thousands of animals each year and no animal is ever turned away regardless of their condition.


6887

Lives saved in 2017


244

Used our foster care program


100%

Adoptable dogs & cats found homes


302

Dogs completed rover done over program

Jul
26
Thu
Therapy Dog Training Classes
Jul 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Jul
27
Fri
Brat Fry
Jul 27 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Jul
28
Sat
Low Cost Microchip Clinic @ FVHA
Jul 28 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
No appointment needed! Just walk in!!
If you have any questions please call Alannah at 920-733-1717 ext. 107
or e-mail her at abull@foxvalleypets.org
Friendly Reminders:
FVHA will be micro-chipping cats and dogs on a first come first serve basis.
Owners may bring in more than one pet, there is no limit.
Cats should be in Carriers, not being held by their owners!
Dogs should not be on retractable leashes!
You can go online or call 24PetWatch to change information at anytime at no cost!

See what others are saying

About our Adoption Center in PetSmart-Green Bay: "You are wonderful! Thank you for taking great care of Presley (formerly Rhoda) until she was well enough for her forever home! You are a great facility, filled with knowledgeable people who truly are there to ensure the pets find a great forever home. - Thank you." The VanBeaver Family

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See what others are saying

"I would like to thank the Fox Valley Humane Association for their TNR program. My husband and I live on a farm and every year we have kittens born out in the barn. We not only had inbreeding, but mom cats that would just walk away from their babies and then I would have to raise them. There was a lot of sickness in the barn, even though we feed them twice a day. Since we started bringing the cats in to to FVHA, we have very healthy (fat) cats, and this should be my first year without kittens being born in the barn. Thank you again. This program is a wonderful benefit for farmers who could never afford to fix a barn full of cats."

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