Help Clear Out the Shelter!

OAHS and the animals we care for need your help! OAHS is having renovations done inside the building and some of those renovations will be stinky and loud which will be stressful and scary for the animals in the shelter.
Please help our available animals by adopting or fostering.  Click 
here for available cats, click here for available dogs and here for available smalls.

        

If you would like to download, print and/or post any of our three promotion posters, please click: Cats, Dogs and Smalls or Clear the Shelter Poster. Thank you for your support!

Upcoming Community Vaccination and Microchip Clinics: May 5 & June 9

The Oshkosh Area Humane Society (OAHS) has scheduled the 2024 community vaccination and microchip clinics for two upcomning dates:
  • Sunday, May 5 
  • Sunday, June 9
The clinic is for cat and dog vaccinations and microchips only.
Clinics are from 10 am to 1 pm at the Oshkosh Area Humane Society, 1925 Shelter Ct., Oshkosh, WI.
 
This is a first-come-first-serve clinic; no appointments are scheduled.
Note: If you have THREE OR MORE pets that need services or you have a dog who is reactive/scared in crowded situations please first send an e-mail to tawana@oahs.org for additional instructions. 
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Walk for the Animals Seeks Event Sponsors

                               

The Oshkosh Area Humane Society is very excited to announce the annual Walk for the Animals will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2022, from 8:00 A.M. to noon in Barn E, at the Sunnyview Expo Center! We are hoping you will consider supporting this crucial fundraiser by becoming an event sponsor.

Our goal this year is to raise $50,000 to supplement our basic medical care fund. On arrival, every pet coming to OAHS receives a full medical exam. The exam includes services such as vaccinations, testing for heartworm, blood work, treatment for external and internal parasites, and spaying and neutering, to name a few. 

OAHS recognizes 2022 holds financial concerns for everyone: individuals, families, businesses, and nonprofits alike.  Regardless of the unknowns ahead, OAHS remains dedicated to doing our very best to provide quality medical care for the animals we serve.

Enclosed is an outline of the different sponsorship levels and the perks afforded to those sponsors. As the plans for the Walk continue to unfold, we will be providing updates on our website and Facebook page.

We hope you will please consider the vast variety of services OAHS provides to our community 7 days a week. Your sponsorship speaks volumes about how your business supports animals and people in our community. Please, give as generously as you possibly can. OAHS would greatly appreciate your support.

To learn more about becoming a Walk sponsorship and the levels of sponsorship available Click here.

With Gratitude,

 
Jessica Miller
Executive Director

P.S. With people heading back to their workplace, but not necessarily thrilled with having to get dressed for the occasion, OAHS thought a Pajama Party theme for the Walk this year would be fun for the whole family.