Pets stray from home for many reasons, most of them outside of your control. The most important thing you can do is have your pet microchipped and wearing an ID tag with your contact information. The Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus offers microchipping services to ensure your pet is properly identified should they ever stray from home.

Below, you will find a list of ALL stray animals that are currently being cared for by the Wisconsin Humane Society or in the finder's home. This is a list of all animals at all campuses, so please pay close attention to the location/site information. For more information please contact our Intake Dept. at (920)469-3111.

(Town of Lawrence and Village of Hobart: If you think your pet could have been lost, please contact Packerland Veterinary Clinic (920-498-2808) as they hold these stray pets.)

Animal In Custody - This means the animal is in our care here at the WHS Green Bay Campus.
Found Report - This means that someone in the community found the pet and reported it to us and has the pet at their home. 

**Smartphone Users- You will need to turn your phone to landscape in order to see all of the 'found' animals.**

Found Pets - Across All Locations

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