©2012 Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) | 701 Northview Road | Waukesha, WI | 53188 | 262-542-8851
Member, Wisconsin Federated Humane Societies, Inc. | Winner of the 2010 Waukesha County Executive Awards: Large Non-Profit of the Year.
Inaugural Winner of the "Chamber's Choice Award" presented in 2008 by the Waukesha County Chamber of Commerce and the Small Business Times.
HAWS is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. | License #267280-DS
PROGRAMS & SERVICES PROVIDED BY HAWS
Dog Training/Behavior Issues
The HAWS Behavior Department offers both one-on-one consultations and many
different levels of training classes to assist with behavioral issues you may be
experiencing with your best friend. Contact our certified behavioral consultants
at 262-542-8851 for information or to schedule an appointment.
See the Classes at HAWS page of this website for information on training classes
available at HAWS. Also, check our Calendar of Events to find out what helpful
seminars might be coming up!
Surrendering Your Pet
HAWS places unwanted pets through adoption. For details on surrendering your pet, contact an Adoption Counselor at 262-542-8851.
End of Life Services
HAWS provides euthanasia services for companion pets and also has an on-site crematorium. Contact the shelter at 262-542-8851 for more information about these services or to schedule an appointment.
Lost & Found
HAWS maintains a comprehensive file of lost and found pets. If you have lost your pet, please contact us at 262-542-8851 for assistance. We are the official stray impounding facility for most Waukesha County municipalities. Fees may be charged for reclaiming lost pets based on contracts maintained with the communities we serve.
P.A.L.S. - Pets Are Life Savers
Pets provide many things for seniors, such as a sense of well-being and encouragement, even
a reason to keep going! HAWS has partnered with the Aging & Disability Resource Center of
Waukesha County (ADRC) to bring assistance to seniors, their pets and caregivers.
Pet Health Fairs are offered throughout the year at HAWS, and ongoing programs and
counseling are offered. Call HAWS at 262-542-8851, or the ADRC at 262-548-7848.
Rabies Vaccinations & Licensing
The State of Wisconsin requires dogs over 6 months of age to have rabies vaccinations and be licensed annually. Contact your vet for vaccination information and your local city hall for licensing. HAWS recommends that your pets wear personalized tags containing contact information and phone numbers to aid in reuniting them with you. Additionally, we strongly recommend micro-chipping your pets. Contact HAWS or your vet for more information about micro-chipping.
HAWS' large activity room is available for rent for your pet-related meeting or event. Contact Mark Hess, Facilities Manager, to get on our schedule at 262-542-8851, x108.