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Services

Services

Strays, Surrenders, and Reclaims:

Found or lost a pet? Click here for more information.

Request Euthanasia:

The Fox Valley Humane Association understands how difficult it is to lose a beloved pet. That’s why we want to do everything we can to support you during this very difficult time.

If your pet has an established relationship with a veterinarian, we recommend that you go to them for this service. If that isn’t possible, the Fox Valley Humane Association does provide euthanasia services as well as private or group cremation. Appointments for owner-requested euthanasia are required. Please call the shelter at (920) 733-1717 ext. 100 to schedule an appointment. Owner-requested euthanasia is done Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Unfortunately, owners are not able to be present during the euthanasia process.

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S.N.A.P. (Spay-Neuter Assistance Program)

The Fox Valley Humane Association assists low income families with the spaying/neutering of their animals for a low cost fee. Applicants must provide the following statements from the previous year for all members in the household: last two paycheck stubs from all jobs, SSI, disability, or a summary sheet for any government assistance like food share or health care. Household income must be no more than $25,000. Click here for more information.

Low Cost Vaccine Clinic

AT THIS TIME WE ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE OUR LOW COST VACCINE CLINIC. WE ARE COMMITTED TO HELPING OUR COMMUNITY AND THEIR PETS WITH THESE SERVICES AND ARE ACTIVELY LOOKING FOR WAYS TO SAFELY RESUME THESE CLINICS IN THE FUTURE. PLEASE CHECK BACK SOON FOR UPDATES.

Even if your pet is kept mostly indoors, it is very important to protect your pet from contagious diseases. Many contagious diseases are airborne and your pet could easily be exposed through an open window. There is also a risk if your pet happens to get out the door. Boarding your pet, dog parks and grooming stations are also areas where your pet could be exposed. Luckily, there are vaccines to help prevent many illnesses that affect our pets. Click here for more information.

TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release)/ Working Cat Program

Have a large farm or a hobby farm? We sometimes get in feral cats that cannot be placed in homes but would make a perfect addition to your outdoor cat colony. The cats would be spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, and ear-tipped (a universal symbol to identify a feral that has been spayed/neutered). Click here for more information.

Help with your pet

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