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Surrenders, Reclaims, and Strays

Surrenders, Reclaims, and Strays

Surrendering Your Pet

Animal Surrender will be by appointment only. Please call 920-733-1717 ext. 100 to speak with a staff member about our surrender policy and qualifications.

We request that your pet(s) are current on vaccines before surrender in order to speed up adoption and limit their time spent in the shelter. While we do our best to limit all undo stress for our animals, there are fundamentals of the shelter setting that cannot be avoided such as the smells and sounds of many new strangers (human and animal), the high level of foot traffic, and eventually the many meet and greets with potential adopters. Therefore we believe the shelter is not an ideal setting for any animal, and strongly encourage you to do your best to place your pet directly into a new home in order to limit stress and provide them with their best chance for successful placement before contacting us or while awaiting your surrender appointment date.

View our rehoming resources here.

You will be asked upon arrival to fill out a surrender profile providing information on behaviors and lifestyle questions. This is to aid us in getting to know your pet in order to best set them up for success and find them the right home. You can fill this profile out ahead of time if you would prefer. You can find the form here: https://www.foxvalleypets.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Dog-Surrender-Profile-Edited-July2021.pdf

Cat Surrender Profile

Please call (920) 733-1717  ext. 100 if you need advice or assistance in keeping your pet.

Strays and Found Pets

Have you found a pet?

Please call (920) 733-1717 ext. 100 to inquire if a cat meets our stray intake policy, to set up a time to bring a stray dog in, or get advice on a stray in your area.

 

Have you lost a pet? We may have him or her here at the shelter. It is our sincere wish that you and your pet are reunited as soon as possible. Therefore we will do all we can to make that happen.
Please complete the form below if you would like FVHA to help you find him or her – remember, it’s important to provide as many accurate details as possible. In addition to submitting this form, please contact your local police department or constable. You may also want to inform your neighbors of your missing pet, conduct a search, post on lost and found pages on Facebook, and distribute posters throughout your neighborhood. Contact surrounding county animal shelters as well, as pets may travel out of the area.

Lost Dog Form                                      Lost Cat Form


We encourage you to call us at (920) 733-1717 ext. 100 before visiting the shelter so all questions can be answered in advance.
Stray pets are posted to our Fox Valley Humane Association Stray Page on Facebook as they come into the building. For a continuously updated record of the animals brought into the shelter along with pictures and locations found please visit: FVHA Stray Pet Page

Reclaiming

Is your pet at FVHA? In order for you to reclaim your pet, you will be required to comply with Wisconsin State Statute #173.23. Please call 920-733-1717 ext. 100 with any questions.
When your animal arrives at FVHA, you can rest assured that he or she has received the necessary care and attention. These procedures have been set in place for the safety, health, and well-being of the lost animal and all other animals at the shelter.  As a service to our community, we are required to complete necessary paperwork and charge fees as stated below.

In order for you to reclaim your pet, you will be required to comply with Wisconsin State Statute #173.23. The following is a list of what is required to reclaim a dog or cat: municipality contracts.

  • Your pet must have a current rabies vaccination certificate. If your pet is not current on rabies, FVHA can provide this vaccination for a $15 charge.
  • A current dog license in the municipality that you reside in, if you are reclaiming a cat please check to see if your municipality requires a cat license.
  • A driver’s license or accepted form of identification.
  • Accepted methods of payment are Credit, Debit and Cash
  • Bring proof of ownership such as but not limited to: Vet records, adoption papers, photos of your pet.

When your animal arrives at FVHA, you can rest assured that he or she has received the necessary care and attention. These procedures have been set in place for the safety, health and well-being of the lost animal and all other animals at the shelter. As a service to our community , we are required to complete necessary paperwork as stated in municipality contracts.

 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

 

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