We are pleased to offer this resource to support Waukesha County residents in need of re-homing their pet. Animals listed on this page are not Elmbrook Humane Society (EBHS) animals, nor are they up for adoption through EBHS. EBHS has not assessed, evaluated, or handled these animals. These animals are being re-homed by members of the community.
If you would like to learn more about this program, please visit our Surrendering Your Pet page by clicking here.
Pets Looking to be re-homed:
Hi! My name is Monty and I am a one-year old Siberian Husky (born May 2017). I am looking for a forever home that will appreciate a smart, silly pup and love me unconditionally. I am used to hanging out with my two human brothers that are 4 years old and almost 2; my mom enjoys seeing us playing together, she at times reminds me to be gentle. I LOVE to run and go on off-leash adventures; I am still learning how to walk on a leash without pulling. During our colder months, I thoroughly enjoyed sleeping in the garage where it was nice and cold: in the summer, I prefer to stay cool in the house. Most days I listen quite well! I can sit, stay, shake, lay down, play fetch, and come when called. Sometimes I can be a stink and play “catch me if you can!” – my mom knows that I get like this when I’m bored or didn’t get a walk. I have several canine friends of all ages and I quite enjoy going to the park to run around. You should know that I have a sensitive tummy; I eat food that works well with me and my family knows not to give me table food. I am used to someone giving me a break during the day; however I am well adjusted to staying home for long periods of time in my crate. I am looking for a family that knows a little bit about my breed, as my mom tells me that I am a poster child: I can be stubborn and strong-willed if I don’t get my way. I want a family that can spend time with me, continue training, and embrace my furriness. We all feel it’s best if I find a new home; there’s just too much going on and we each deserve more. We are very, very sad. We are also very hopeful for what the future may bring. Are you a Husky lover? Do you need a partner in crime? Give my mommy a buzz at (262) 751-3072.