Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mounds Warm Fuzzy May 2014

Born to Be Wild: If you care, leave them there! Four Lakes Wildlife Center, the wild side of Dane County Humane Society, has seen an ENORMOUS increase in the number of wildlife admitted to their center in the last two years: from less than a 1000 to over 3000! Unfortunately, many of these animals would […]

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Mounds Ask the Vet May 2014

“Why does my vet make me do a “heartworm test” on my dog every year? I always give them the medication when I’m supposed too, even during the winter.” This is a question we are asked in our clinic all the time, especially this time of year. We take heartworm infection and exposure to tick […]

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Mounds Employees of the Month May 2014

Kevin Hutchison is a lead sales associate at our Mounds Middleton location. He is described as enthusiastic and eager to learn. Kevin is most knowledgeable about dogs and always gives 110% to every task he is assigned. He is a recent college graduate with a degree in geology. In his free time Kevin enjoys wandering […]

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Mounds Success Story May 2014

Maggie (a 12 year old Cairn Terrier) spent many years on a national brand food. As she aged her health began to fail as well as her overall appearance. About two years ago we began feeding the Mounds Dog Power. In a very short period of time she started showing significant signs of improvement and […]

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