Since our presence has evolved in the community, many people have relied on us for help even before our shelter is built. Even though we do not have a shelter yet, we are committed to helping people and their pets.
Pets listed below are Stray Animals and Courtesy Posts. They are not under MAPS care or control. Please contact the individual listed next to the pet for more information.
MAPS strongly encourages all pet owners to always have up-to-date identification tags on their pet. The BEST way to increase your chances of finding your lost pet is to have your pet microchipped!
In the Marshfield area, call dispatch at 715-387-4394 to alert local law enforcement.
Then file a report with us:
FOR DOGS: File a lost dog report with Lost Dogs of Wisconsin
We will link this information to our website and Facebook page.
FOR CATS: Send us an email with the cat’s description, last known location and your contact information. We will post this info on our website and Facebook page.
Tips for Finding a Lost Pet
If you live within Marshfield city limits, call dispatch at 715-387-4394. An officer will assist you in picking up the lost cat or dog
Outside city limits: Call your township or village chairman/president for information regarding ordinance procedures where you live.
Take the pet to the nearest veterinarian to have them scanned for a microchip.
We realize that sometimes it is necessary to find a new home for your pet and the decision to do so is often difficult. If you are faced with this difficult decision, we strongly encourage you to exhaust all resources yourself.
Start by asking friends, family and people you know. Maybe they can help.
Many wonderful shelters and humane societies take surrenders. Contact them. They will screen potential adopters, giving your pet a better chance of finding a loving permanent home.