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The Lincoln County Humane Society is dedicated to the prevention of cruelty and abuse to animals, birds and wildlife.

We strive to maintain a No-Kill facility; a place of safety for healthy adoptable animals; a temporary home for the homeless; a haven for the mistreated, neglected or abused animals of Lincoln County and surrounding counties.
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Upcoming Events

  • 22
    Rabies Clinic - October 22

    Dr. Prince will be hosting a rabies clinic at LCHS on Wednesday October 22. Dr. Prince will be at LCHS from 11am-1pm. Rabies vaccines are $20. Cash only.

    You do not need an appointment but please make sure to bring any previous vaccination records for your pet. Dogs must be on leashes and cats must be in carriers.

  • 26
    Dogs to the Rescue at T.B. Scott Library



    Rescued Dogs, Rescued People describes the passion in David Greenwald’s life, work, and writing.  Greenwald will provide insights into his motivation and inspiration for his writing at T.B. Scott Free Library on Sunday, October 26 at 1:00 p.m. in the library’s Community Room.

    Greenwald, an upstate New York native, and now a Michigan resident, has not only set his canine adventure novels in multiple locales—he’s placed the residence of his human and canine heroes in Lincoln County, Wisconsin!  At his presentation, Greenwald will explain how and why he’s cast his heroes as Cheeseheads.

    David’s background and passion for dogs, and his work in training guide dogs for the sight-impaired, has provided material and inspiration to write the Jenny Dog & Son of Light novels: Frozen Moon, Cody, and the forthcoming Wichita Mountain Manhunt.  Greenwald will have copies of his books available for sale and signing at the presentation.

    Not only does Greenwald’s love for dogs give you his critically acclaimed stories to read—you have an opportunity to support your own animal-loving charity! David has a contest underway to find two dogs to represent Jenny-Dog and Buck, the canine heroes of his novel Frozen Moon.  Enter your dog in the contest at  If your dog is chosen, Greenwald will award $500 to a nonprofit animal rescue, service dog or search & rescue organization of your choice!

    Every place has a story; every dog has a legacy.  For an intimate presentation on David Greenwald’s passion for dogs and writing, attend the Sunday October 26th program at T.B. Scott Library.  The program is part of the library’s Words Worth Hearing series, free to the public, and with refreshments by The Checkered Churn and First Street Coffee Station.

    As an added bonus, the Friends of the Library have agreed to add a Bonus Day to their Fall Book Sale!  On Sunday afternoon, you’ll be able to browse and purchase books in the Community Room.

    To learn more about what’s happening at T.B. Scott Library, call 715-536-7191 or go to on the Web, or check out T.B. Scott Free Library on Facebook.





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September Memorials

Thanks to everyone who donated in September in honor of a loved one! Your support is greatly appreciated.

Elaine Drew by  Faye Semling, Louise Peterson-Schmidt, Ruth Radlinger & Leah Juhlke, Michael & Margaret Mumma, Steve & Lana Strasman, Barbara & Walter Igl, Jill Lambrech

Ralph Boes by Florence & Gary Moyer, Scott & Linda Doerr                       

Carol Munroe by Scott & Linda Doerr, Susan & Timothy Lehmann           

Lorna Kanitz by Gwen Schmidt  

Marty Anderson by Mariann & Steve Hanig                      

Margaret Bennish by Carol Osness

Mitchell Fruend by Kris Schefdore

Giesela Laatsch by Gwen Schmidt

Nancy Russell by Carol Osness

Herb Sosinsky by Gary Kloiber, Eunice & Donald Daenicke, James & Catherine Meyer, Nathan & Jill Mickelson, Wilmer Gene & Mary Lou Seipp, Thayer & Judith Davis, Steven Kloiber, Marvalene Sosinsky

Carolyn Secho by Delores Hass, Kristine Smith