Monthly Archives: January 2014

Mounds Success Story January 2014

All three of our amazing dogs are on Mounds Dog Power Chicken & Rice. Our oldest dog, Sasha an English Mastiff, was a rescue dog from the Dodge County Humane Society. When we first got her she was a little on the thin side and shed a lot. Once we moved her to the Mounds […]

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Mounds Employees of the Month January 2014

We would like to recognize the following Employees for their outstanding work at Mounds. Olivia Schjonberg is a part-time sales associate at our Mounds Middleton location. She is described by her fellow employees as consistent, reliable, and always sees things with a positive attitude. She is most knowledgeable about horses and dogs. Olivia has a […]

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Mounds Pet Tips January 2014

Congratulations on your new family member! So, you have a brand new puppy and you want to make sure that he grows up to be a happy, well-rounded, social dog. The most significant stage of socialization is between 4-12 weeks of age. Unfamiliar People – Take your puppy with you to visit friends, the receptionist […]

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Mounds Warm Fuzzy January 2014

Wisconsin Westie Rescue: “Changing lives one Westie at a time.” That’s our mission and our passion. Wisconsin Westie Rescue was founded by Laura Stafford in 1999. While visiting a Wisconsin shelter to pick up a Rottweiler for a breed rescue, she spotted a nearly hairless little dog in an adjacent kennel. Laura asked the shelter […]

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