MEET SHELBY, THE CWNAS MASCOT!

"Heaven goes by favour. If it went by merit, you would stay out and your dog would go in." -- Mark Twain

Shelby is a three legged dog who charms everyone she meets.  Shelby serves as the CWNAS mascot and official greeter at Dogs Rule in Mauston.  Shelby was found as a stray about a year ago and was brought to Dogs Rule with a badly injured front leg.  In addition to her leg injury, she was very thin, matted, and afraid.   Unfortunately, the leg could not be saved, but Shelby's spirit has helped her to adjust to life without a leg.  Shelby is an example of the second chance that animal shelters can give to dogs and cats.   Shelby loves meeting the children of Juneau County when she travels with the education volunteers to present a humane education program.  She loves showing off her CWNAS bandana too!

Shelby meets the children at the Elroy Library's Summer Reading Program.
Shelby with a special Summer Reading friend.
Shelby meets new friends at the Hatch Public Library's Summer Reading Program.
Shelby listens with the children as a CWNAS volunteer reads a story to the Hatch Library Summer Reading Program students. 
Shelby meets someone else named Shelby.
Shelby charms the children at the New Lisbon Library's Summer Reading Program.