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Gregory's Gift of Hope is nestled in the rolling hills of beautiful Wisconsin, in the Town of New Richmond.  We may be a little off the beaten path, but our location provides a peaceful, enriching environment for our rescues.  You will find us just to the northeast of our friendly neighbors in Hudson, WI and just a few minutes to the east over the Stillwater, MN bridge.
We love our little facility and we hope that you find you do, too!
Visiting Hours


Shown by appointment only and are scheduled by our adoptions coordinator.    There are no exceptions to this as our dog handlers are not always on site.  


Open walk-in visiting hours:

Wednesdays 9am-12noon & 5-8pm

Saturdays 9am-12noon

Sundays 5-8pm


To schedule an on-site cat appointment/visit:

Note:  Before scheduling an appointment we ask that you make yourself familiar with our adoption policies and processes. 





If you schedule an appointment but are unable to make it or have decided it is no longer needed, please be sure to either cancel via the link provided in the confirmation email you'll receive when the appointment is made or, reach out to us via email (use our Contact Us tab) and we will cancel it for you.


1374 State Hwy 65

New Richmond, WI 54017

NOTE:  When route mapping to our location, DO NOT search for Gregory's Gift of Hope, but rather use our physical address (1374 WI-65, New Richmond, WI) as there is a mapping glitch in some of the map apps that will flip our location to "N Knowles Avenue" when using our business name and that, is incorrect.


When arriving at our location you will notice there are several buildings on the property; we share a driveway with a private residence. The house and pole barn are part of the private residence so we ask that you not approach those buildings.  

Our facility is housed in the building on the west side of the property; the renovated barn.  

As we share our building space with Mally's Sunshine Kennels, we do not allow open roaming for visitors in our dog kenneling areas as it can be very disruptive and stressful for our rescue dogs and boarders. While visiting us we ask that you not approach the outdoor kennels - Thank You!

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