Humane Animal Welfare Society:
Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) promotes the humane care and treatment of all animals and supports cooperative humane efforts throughout the state of Wisconsin. The facility accommodates over 6,000 animals per year. The kennel consists of adoption, stray, quarantine and special care areas.
HAWS help area residents answer the call of the wild by rescuing and providing rehabilitative care for injured and orphaned wildlife. Society maintains the state and federal permits necessary to legally care for wildlife and work cooperatively with area wildlife rehabilitators. When necessary, HAWS rents humane live traps for animals requiring capture and relocation.
Humane Animal Welfare Society
701 Northview Rd
Phone: (262) 542-8851
Elm-Brook Humane Society (EBHS):
The Elm-Brook Humane Society (EBHS) is a not-for-profit organization that was started in 1964. EBHS's mission is to provide for the humane treatment of all animals, as well as education to the community.
EBHS has service contracts with the City of Brookfield, Villages of Butler, Chenequa, Elm Grove, Lannon, Nashotah and the Towns of Brookfield and Delafield. These contracts provide for taking unwanted pets and strays, and rescuing injured domestic animals and wildlife.
The Elm-Brook Humane Society has no deadline for the animals in its care. Animals are placed for adoption as long as they have an adoptable temperament, have reasonable health.
EBHS has a 98% adoption rate compared to the national average of 35% as stated by the American Humane Association. EBHS handles approximately 1900 wild and domestic animals on an annual basis. Additional animals are also placed through our referral program.
Elm-Brook Humane Society
21210 Enterprise Avenue
Brookfield, WI 53045
Phone: (262) 782-9261
Fax: (262) 782-3356