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St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center is dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. We believe in and provide services that support the human-animal bond and seek to foster an environment in which people respect all living creatures.

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REGISTER NOW FOR OUR TRICKY TRAY

Our Tricky Tray features great prizes and sells out quickly! Learn more and register online.

DOGGY DAY CAMP 

Don't leave your best friend at home! Drop off your dog for fun full or half day sessions at our doggy day camp!

LIVING WITH WILDLIFE

Get tips for living in harmony with our wild neighbors, including when and when not to intervene with baby wildlife. Learn more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR 5K!

Join us for a scored 5K with your dog! Learn more.

PET HELPLINE

Call our Helpline at 973.377.2253 for advice on managing your pet's behavioral needs, lost help tips, and more. And visit our Pet Helpline page.  

REGISTER FOR KIDS' CRITTER CAMP

Does your child love and want to learn more about animals? Registration is open for our popular week-long summer camp. Register now.

RESCUED FROM AN ASIAN MEAT FARM

Two of 23 dogs rescued from a meat farm in South Korea were transported to our Madison campus and then transferred over to the ASPCA Behavior Rehabilitation Center at St. Hubert's. Read more about our efforts to increase awareness of the cruel dog meat trade.

 
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WAITING FOR YOU 

From dogs and cats to guinea pigs and rats, we have lots of animals available for adoption at our Madison and North Branch shelters. Find out more.

ADOPTION INFORMATION
                           
GIFT SHOP OPEN

Visit our new gift shop! Buddy's Boutique has training tools, food, apparel, and more.

Hill's Food, Shelter & Love™ program donates food for our homeless pets 365 days a year.

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