The mission of the Brown County Humane Society is the protection and welfare of animals through education, sanctuary, adoption and promotion of responsible ownership.
We are a non-profit organization located in New Ulm, Minnesota. We provide a valuable service to the Brown County area by sheltering and placing lost and unwanted animals. Our main focus is working with dogs, puppies, cats & kittens that are found in Brown County and the surrounding areas.
Nominal adoption fees are charged to help cover the costs of the medical attention needed by the pets. This includes the cost for spaying or neutering the animals. No time limits are set on our pets that are awaiting adoption.
Our shelter is staffed completely by volunteers. These dedicated individuals arrive each day to care for the pets at the shelter. Our volunteers are a diverse group and we are so thankful for their help! In addition, we are grateful to those individuals and businesses that assist us through monetary donations or other donations. We could not succeed without the help & assistance of everyone involved! We are SO THANKFUL for all of the individuals and families who have adopted a pet from our shelter. We love it when updates about these pets are sent to our shelter.