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Your support is crucial to providing lifesaving services and opportunities to thousands of homeless pets.

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Join our Food


This October 5th through November 30th we are hosting our annual pet food drive to feed the thousands of animals that come through our doors every year

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Come and


Are you ready to welcome a new member into you family? FVHA is here to help you find the perfect animal companion.

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Food drive
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Welcome to FVHA

Today, FVHA cares for nearly 4,000 animals annually. The organization is recognized as a leader in animal care and for its outstanding educational programs in the community.


Lives saved in 2014


Lives saved from rescue wagon


Adoptable dogs & cats found homes


dogs completed rover done program

Food Drive
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This fall, help us during the Fox Valley Humane Association’s Food Drive!

Please consider donating:

  • Purina or IAMS Dog Food
  • Purina or IAMS Cat Food
  • Purina Puppy Chow
  • Purina Cat Chow

Donations can be dropped off at any one of the following supporting locations:

Fox Valley Humane Association: N115 Two Mile Road Appleton

Pet Stop located in the Fox River Mall Sears Wing

PetSmart of Grand Chute

Petco at N Casaloma Drive, Appleon

Pet Supplies Plus of Appleton

All Appleton Copps locations

New Volunteer Orientation @ Fox Valley Humane Association
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Orientation is the second step in becoming an FVHA volunteer. An application must be submitted before attending orientation. This one hour meeting includes a tour of the shelter, and it’s a great way to learn about how you can help Fox Valley Humane Association. Please RSVP to volunteers@foxvalleypets.org at least one week prior to the orientation date.

Therapy dog training classes
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See what others are saying

“I found my perfect companion 2 years ago and have since added to the household. The staff was very friendly and I was able to pick the perfect dog who we now call Duke. I will always go through animal shelters such as this compared to going through a breeder, or private party. Dogs/cats in shelters are so much more grateful for love, affection and have a warm place to call home.”
Jessica Rusch

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"I would like to thank the Fox Valley Humane Association for their TNR program. My husband and I live on a farm and every year we have kittens born out in the barn. We not only had inbreeding, but mom cats that would just walk away from their babies and then I would have to raise them. There was a lot of sickness in the barn, even though we feed them twice a day. Since we started bringing the cats in to to FVHA, we have very healthy (fat) cats, and this should be my first year without kittens being born in the barn. Thank you again. This program is a wonderful benefit for farmers who could never afford to fix a barn full of cats."

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