MADACC will be closed on January 21st in observance of MLK Day!

Rabies and Distemper/Parvo combo vaccines will be $5 each and micro-chips will be $15. All Milwaukee residents will be required to license their cat or dog to participate in the clinic. Licensing fees are $12 for an altered animal and $24 for an unaltered animal.  All participants must pre-pay. To pre-pay stop in at MADACC, located at 3839 West Burnham Street, before March 27th.  The day of the event, clients will be seen on a first come, first serve basis so wait times may vary. MADACC would like to remind people to be prepared to wait outside.

To ensure a safe and smooth event, all dogs must be leashed and all cats must be in a carrier.  It would be helpful, but not necessary to bring your pet’s previous vaccination history. All dogs and cats that attend the event should be healthy, not pregnant, and safe for the vet staff to handle. MADACC will not be able to provide any additional veterinary care at the clinic.


Start your new year off right making a difference for animals in your community! Because of our expanding commitment to the community we serve and our increasing ability to save lives we have the following part-time positions available: Animal Control Officer, Veterinary Technician, Customer Service Representative, Animal Care/Veterinary Assistant and we are looking for a Full-Time Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT). Click here to look at the positions available and get more information. You can submit an application online or come into MADACC in person to apply.

Trap-Neuter-Return for Feral Cats approved in Glendale!

MADACC has proposed ordinances geared toward creating a safer, more humane community to the 19 municipalities in Milwaukee County. Click here to read the proposed TNR (trap-neuter-return) ordinance for feral cats. The responsible dog ownership proposed ordinance changes can be read here. You may love them as presented. You many like them but want some changes. You may hate them and think that things are great the way they are. The point is, your municipality needs to hear from YOU the residents! MADACC can make suggestions just as any other government department can. They will not be adopted unless residents get involved! Read our press release here. Is your community next? Read here to learn how TNR will work in municipalities that choose to participate.

Weekenders Club

Do you want the love and companionship of a dog, but have only limited time to commit? Want to test drive a dog for the weekend before adopting? Want to make a difference in the life of an animal by having a weekend sleepover visit and letting us know what a dog is like in a home to help them find their perfect family? If you have answered YES to any of these questions, the MADACC Weekenders program is for you! Click the badge to learn more. 

Donate to Friends of MADACC to help our animals through Community Shares!

Download the brochure here to see how you can help through the 2017/2018 Campaign!

Milwaukee County Animal Services

Wisconsin Humane Society and MADACC are the largest animal welfare organizations in Milwaukee County and many people are not sure who to call when they have a question, concern or animal related problem. Please click here to see our chart to help guide you when you or an animal is in need.

Our Veterinary Care Partners

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