Hello!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.
JulCLOSED JULY 4th & 5th
LCHS will be closed on July 4th and July 5th. We will re-open for normal business hours on July 6th. Please call the local Sheriff's Department at 715-536-6272 if you have an animal related emergency.
JulJuly Spay Me Transport
LCHS still has openings available for male or female cats on our next Spay Me transport! The next drop-off night will be July 13th from 5pm-6pm. Pick-up is July 14th around 8pm. Your forms and payment must be turned in by July 6th.
The fee for a dog spay (rabies vaccine included for free) is $110, a dog neuter is $100 (rabies vaccine included for free), $65 for cats with the spay or neuter (rabies vaccine included for free).
Your forms and payment need to be turned in to reserve your spot for a transport trip. We must have a working phone number to contact you, the vet of Spay Me! will call to discuss the surgery with you and if you cannot be reached, the surgery will not be done.
Please call us at (715) 536-3459 for more information or stop by 12pm - 5pm Monday through Friday or 12pm - 4pm on Saturdays. You can email - firstname.lastname@example.org, fax - (715) 722-0511, or mail your form - 200 N. Memorial Drive, Merrill WI 54452.
Forms can be found in the Document - Miscellaneous section of our website.
Keep pets safely indoors on July 4th!
Did you know more pets go missing on July 4th than any other day of the year? Below are some tips to keep your pets safe this Fourth of July.
Don’t bring your pets to the fireworks
Never leave your pet in the car during fireworks
Don’t leave doggie doors open or pets outside in the yard
Take your dog on a long walk before the fireworks
Leave your pet at home in a safe environment
Provide plenty of water, toys, and a safe chew
Close windows, lower blinds, and play some soothing music
Microchip your pets
Keep collars with ID tags on your pet at all times