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North Side residents respond to Wisconsin Humane Society program

Published March 23, 2015

Amani resident Ba Ba El is impressed with the Wisconsin Humane Society's (WHS) commitment to educating neighborhood residents while offering free services for their pets. Those educational efforts, according to a report by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, have helped raise the rate of spayed and neutered pets dramatically in Amani and surrounding neighborhoods.

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Can dogs suffer from mental illness?

Published March 18, 2015

The question of weather a dog can actually be mentally ill is a controversial topic in veterinary medicine, but one that blogger Lindsay Garric asks anyway.

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Puppy love: Study says Wisconsinites love their dogs 22nd most in the U.S.

Published Feb. 14, 2015

It's Valentine's Day, which means many will be showing their love to their significant others, boyfriends, girlfriends and so on. But how much do we show our love to our pets - dogs in particular? According to a recent survey, as far as Wisconsinites go compared to the rest of the U.S., we're somewhere in the middle.

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After 25 days, how we found our missing cat

Published Oct. 28, 2014

I really didn't have any hope left after 25 days. As we entered the fourth week without our sweet, kind, missing cat, Jabie, I was beginning to come to peace with the reality that I'd never see her again. Then, yesterday, less than four blocks from home, a woman called my wife and said she had cajoled a black cat into her basement. My wife bolted home from work and immediately recognized Jabie coming up the stairs. Just to be sure, she took her to the closest vet to scan her microchip. And it came back as a match from Elmbrook Humane Society.

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Wally Dog is Wearing a Sad Face

Every year at this time, Wally Dog gets sad.  He wears a frown.  The kids are going back to school and he'll be alone much of the day.  But this year is different.  Ethel's oldest is leaving for college tomorrow.It seems to Ethel that it was just yesterday when she finally was...


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