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60th Anniversary Gala

May 10

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60th Anniversary Gala

Friday, May 10th, 2024


The Berkshire – 821 N 8th St, Sheboygan

Join us in celebrating 60 years of serving as a bridge between our community and animals in crisis.  We welcome you to an evening championing hope and supporting the little vulnerable souls that steadily arrive at the Humane Society of Sheboygan County.  We will honor the three founders who felt it egregious that our city was euthanizing animals in the city garage and were then driven to provide humane treatment for animals in our community. Today we have continued that mission to be an open-admission, no-kill shelter funded solely by donations. Ann Fredricks, Sophie Gunther, and Carol Knier would be proud of what we do as a shelter for our community.

Be the driving force behind our continuing care for some of the most vulnerable animals and help give them a second chance. Your sponsorships and personal donations support the loving hands that care for these animals. Loving hands that build trust over time and help them blossom into adoptable pets. Your donations of your time, talents, and financial support help us continue our important mission.

Help us care for these little souls by sponsoring, attending, donating an item to promote your business, or create your own fundraising “Champion” page on our gala site. You can make a difference.

CLICK HERE to buy tickets, sponsor, donate or create your own fundraising page!

Thank you for celebrating with us. Thank you for supporting the shelter.



May 10


Humane Society of Sheboygan County
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The Berkshire
821 N 8th St
Sheboygan,WI53081United States
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Pre-Surgery Instructions
  • Cats/dogs over 4 months old: Do NOT feed after 10:00pm the night before surgery (limited water intake is OK) no food or water the day of surgery.
  • Kittens/puppies under 4 months old: DO NOT withhold food or water prior to surgery.
  • Dogs must arrive with a collar and on leash (no retractable leashes). Cats and rabbits must be in a carrier.
  • Pets must be dropped off between 8:00am – 8:30am the day of surgery at the Admissions Department. (South side of the building near garage, door is labeled)
Important Notices

*The Following animals and conditions are excluded from the SNAP program:

  • Any animal that is actively showing signs of illness
  • Any animal that is revealed to have a health condition during their pre-surgery exam (example: heart murmur)
  • Any animal over 7 years of age
  • Any animal that is deemed to be obese
  • Any animal weighing over 100lbs or under 2lbs
  • Any female that has given birth within the previous 6 weeks
  • Animals that are too fearful or aggressive to be handled safely.


  • We will spay female animals that are “in heat” at the time of surgery, but they are at a higher surgical risk for bleeding during surgery and post-operatively. It is strongly recommended that you reschedule the surgery for 4-6 weeks post-cycle.
  • SNAP is not a feral or barn cat program. If you have feral or barn cats to be spayed or neutered, please utilize a TNR / Return to Field application.
  • ALL FEES MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE. HSSC accepts cash and credit/debit cards only – NO personal checks. If you do not show up for your appointment at the scheduled time, you will forfeit the fees you paid. In the case of a shelter emergency, severe weather, or staff illness, we reserve the right to reschedule your appointment.
  • You MUST drop off and pick up your pet at the times scheduled. Your appointment will be cancelled if you do not drop off your pet during the allotted time. Boarding fees will be charged if you do not pick up your pet on time.
  • City of Sheboygan residents: You are required, by law to have your dog or cat licensed with the city. If your pet is not currently licensed, HSSC can assist you with licensure for an additional cost.
  • Applicants must supply all vaccination records for their pet, including licensing information, if current prior to service.
  • Our on-staff veterinarian performs the SNAP surgeries. No other surgical or medical services other than what is listed will be provided under the SNAP program. For follow-up preventive care or for services other than spay/neuter, please contact your primary veterinarian.
  • Animals brought in for surgery that have fleas will be charged $12.00 for flea treatment, plus an additional $12.00 for every other SNAP animal also on the schedule that day.
  • All spays/neuters will have a small tattoo placed near their incision to mark that they have been sterilized.
  • You are welcome to call to check up on your pet, but visits are not allowed.
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