March 2019: Resources for flooding issues, including those with pets and livestock
Millions of people - most of them children - are bitten by dogs every year in the U.S. The majority of these bites, if not all, are preventable. Take a look at
Dog Bites by the Numbers (American Veterinary Medical Association).
Teach your children to prevent dog bites with our
No Bites! coloring book.
If your dog or cat bit someone, would you know what to do or what to expect? You will once you read our
Rabies Bites! brochure.
rabies quarantine requirements.
Pets and holidays
Pets and weather
Shopping for a puppy or dog
List of licensed dog breeders/sellers/shelters/rescues
Learn more about rabies and how to prevent it with our
Rabies Prevention coloring book.
Bats can be a carrier of rabies. Read more about how to deal with
rabies and bats.
More about rabies quarantine requirements.
Find out more about how to become a humane officer in Wisconsin including:
Learn more about owning backyard chickens before you make an investment, including:
Establishing your flock
Legal, regulatory, and public health issues
Food processing rules and food safety principles
You never know when a disaster will affect you until it arrives. Make sure your entire family, including any animals, are part of your plan when preparing for what to do should a disaster strike.