Welcome to the Arnell Memorial Humane Society in Amery, Wisconsin

Arnell Memorial Humane Society is here to provide shelter, comfort and care for stray, abandoned and surrendered pets.
Our mission is to protect animals by providing shelter and education, encouraging pet adoptions promoting responsible pet guardianship and expanding the human-animal bond.

  • Providing a safe place for lost pets to be found
  • Offering loving pets a second chance through adoption
  • Making successful adoptions by matching households and pets
  • Providing information and advice to help pet owners be responsible for their pet’s welfare
  • An environment to rehabilitate and re-home pets from our shelter facility
  • Offering Puppy Socialization and Dog Training classes for pet owners
  • Maintaining a Lost and Found file to re-unite lost pets with their caretakers
  • Offering low cost spay and neuter surgeries to low income households in our area
  • Open six days a week, 12 to 5 pm, Monday –  Friday and 12 to 4 pm on Saturdays




Thank you, American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals!

2016 Paws on the Trail

The Arnell Memorial Humane Society hosted a bright and sunny day for the 2016 Walk for the Animals on Saturday, October 1.  The dogs were all well behaved and orderly; excited and curious of the others but respectful.  How

Biscuit on Nose Trick

Luke wins Simon Says

Hello Up There

Dogs Meet and Greet at the Stower Seven Lakes Trail

Happy Smiling Faces

Haley Olson and Manager Jody Olson with Baloo and Brutus

Good Dogs

Happy Dogs waiting for Paws on the Trail to begin.