Monthly Archives: March 2016

Mounds Employee of the Month

We would like to recognize the following Employee for her outstanding work at Mounds: Heather Duessler is a Manager in Training at our Mounds Janesville location. She is described as helpful, dependable, and friendly. Heather is most knowledgeable about dogs and the treats that last the longest with powerful chewers. Heather trains new employees and […]

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Warm Fuzzy – Friends of Noah

Mounds Pet Food Warehouse is pleased to partner with Friends of Noah – WI for the grand re-opening of the Janesville satellite adoption center. Animal Care Coordinator, Sherry Martin, will be on site Monday through Friday mornings for animal care and adoption processing. Martin and Friends of Noah volunteers will host evening and weekend center […]

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Pet Tips – Introducing a rabbit to your dog.

I recently adopted a 3 month old baby bunny from the Humane Society. I love her dearly but my dog is having trouble adapting to the change in the house. He will not stop staring at her while shaking and whining. I put up a barrier between her and her cage so he would not […]

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Mounds Success Story

I got Keynna, an 11 year old Samoyed, from a rescue about 3years ago. When I got her, her coat was sparse and dull, she was lethargic, and she had very soft stools. We have been feeding Keynna the Mounds Dog Power. She is in excellent health, with a plush soft and shiny coat. Keynna […]

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Ask The Vet

Check back in for a new Ask the Vet articles. To submit a question to be answered and featured as our Ask the Vet article go to http://moundspet.com/about-mounds-parent/contact-us and fill out the informational form.

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