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EBHS Unleashed

Staff and volunteers of the Elmbrook Humane Society will be blogging about what's going on at the society, as well as other observations about life in Wisconsin.

The mission of the Elmbrook Humane Society is to promote the human-animal bond through adoption and education, to provide shelter to homeless animals, and to prevent animal cruelty and neglect. EBHS services the city of Brookfield, the villages of Butler, Chenequa, Elm Grove and Nashotah, and the towns of Brookfield and Delafield. EBHS shelters unwanted pets and strays, and rescues injured domestic animals and wildlife, provides resources for individuals with companion animals and provides Humane Education to schools and civic groups.

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Wow, I just read these reviews about Elmbrook Humane Society on, very nice!  Thank you, K.M. and Adam S.

"I am a big fan of Elmbrook Humane Society. The volunteers/staff there are very friendly and approachable. They really seem to know and love the animals that are in their care. They will try to help you find an animal that is a good fit for your family.
You can find animals of all types here (including brand new puppies and kittens) but it seems that they have a special focus on trying to help animals that many people turn their back on such as older animals (who often have a harder time getting adopted because people prefer cute puppies). Even if you are not in a position to be able to adopt an animal, I really encourage you to do whatever you can to support Elmbrook.   When I've dropped off donations, they seemed really grateful (even sending a nice thank you card) although my donation was not anything big. If you drink soda, consider taking your old aluminum cans to the shelter. They can turn pop cans in to a recycler for money. Every little bit will help!"  -- K.M. from Milwaukee

"We have 3 cats adopted from EHS. All came home healthy and well taken care of - even our Vet had very positive things to say about animals he's seen from their shelter. They do ask that you not get your kittens/cats declawed.  Also, they will follow up on the adoption after about three months. Very positive experiences."    -- Adam S. from Pewaukee

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