animal activist: 3 Tips For Picky Pets! - 07/01/13 11:36 PM

A friend of mine forwarded me an article about Picky Pets and I thought I would share the highlights:
Nearly every animal has moments of food fussiness.  Here are 3 tips to entice even the most finicky eaters:
1.  Make it tasty.  Add warm water to food, heat it in a pan or mix in a small amount of vet-approved herbs with heavy scents.
2.  Avoid hovering.  Your pet will  notice that you are watching and he will stop eating to get treats instead.
3.  Don't worry.  Healthy Dogs and cats can miss a meal or … (13 comments)

animal activist: 2 Puppy Events at HAWS Waukesha on July 1, 2013 - 06/29/13 12:54 AM
Life Skills for Puppies
WhenMon, July 1, 6pm – 7pm WhereHAWS; 701 Northview Rd, Waukesha, WI (map) DescriptionPlay, fun, socialization, learning . . . Our 6-week class for puppies aged 8-16 weeks uses the Playground of Higher Learning to provide a unique learning experience for pups and owners alike. The majority of the class is taught off-leash. In addition to learning basic manners, pups improve their balance and coordination by navigating equipment in the Playground, just as young children do. Controlled playtimes with time-outs help pups learn appropriate social behavior. The fun and lively setting helps create confident pups that grow … (6 comments)

HAWS Shelter seeks help in cat hoarding cases By JCPG Staff
March 20, 2013 | (0) Comments
Fifty cats from one owner, most of them sick and suffering were recently brought to HAWS, the Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County.
The shelter is asking for the community’s help, and for residents to take action to prevent further occurrences of animal hoarding. When is “many” considered too many? Animal hoarding, as defined in this circumstance, is when an owner/caretaker has more pets than they are able to care for properly. HAWS’ Spay-Neuter Initiative Program (SNIP) and Project Guardian both offer free … (9 comments)

animal activist: What's Poisoning Our Pets? The Top Pet Toxins of 2012 - 03/20/13 11:42 PM
        In 2012, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) in Urbana, Illinois, handled more than 180,000 cases about pets possibly exposed to poisonous substances—and some breeds seemed to make up a lot more of those calls than others.
Nearly 14,000 of APCC’s 2012 calls were from worried pet parents of Labradors. Domestic shorthair cats were involved in approximately 10,000 cases (the second-most popular breed involved in APCC calls). Mixed-breed dogs (8,000 cases), Chihuahuas (4,833 cases), Golden Retrievers (4,819 cases) and Yorkshire Terriers (3,800 cases) rounded out the top six.
No matter what kind of pets they had, … (9 comments)

animal activist: Victory! Feds Fine Bear Pit Investigated by PETA, Suspend License - 02/06/13 10:30 PM

animal activist: Such A Great Book, A Must Read! Making Rounds With Oscar - 01/30/13 10:35 PM
My sister gave me this book and said I would love it.  I sure did!  Of course I love the fact that it is about a cat, but it offers soooo much more too!  Please read Making Rounds With Oscar by David Dosa, M.D.  Here is a summary of the book.  They thought he was just a cat.
When Oscar arrived at the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rhode Island in 2005, he was a just cute little guy with attitude. He loved to stretch out in a puddle of sunlight and chase his tail until he was dizzy. … (17 comments)

animal activist: Victory! United Airlines Will Not Ship Primates to Labs! - 01/12/13 11:17 PM

animal activist: President Obama signs bill to help end military animal abuse! - 01/07/13 10:56 PM

animal activist: Cat Facts - 09/17/12 11:31 PM
Here are some interesting cat facts:
1. The purr's low frequency vibrations repair bones, relieve pain and promote wound healing.
2. Cats can purr as many as 10,950 hours during their lifetime.
3. Cats come in two basic colors, black and red, which all other colors derive.
4. White is not a color; it hides true color. Many white kittens have a spot of color on their heads that indicates their true color.
5. Tabby describes a coat pattern, not a color or a breed.
6. Tabbies have their stripes on their necks, legs and … (19 comments)

animal activist: PLEASE EVERYONE, HELP STOP THIS HORROR! - 09/12/12 05:06 AM

animal activist: Events at HAWS in Waukesha, WI this weekend! - 09/06/12 11:25 PM

animal activist: Help Stop Ferret Abuse in Army Lab! - 07/25/12 11:41 PM

animal activist: Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Dogs! - 07/02/12 11:42 PM
  With record temps in our area, please don't forget to protect your animals!   Please read the great post by   Laura Neiheisel and Caitlin Lane below!   Know the Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Dogs June 2, 2011
Heat exhaustion can be dangerous, even fatal, for dogs. It can also be devastating for uninformed or unsuspecting pet owners. Fortunately, there are some simple things that you can do to protect your dog from the dangers of heat exhaustion.Recognize the Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Your Dog
Dogs suffering from heat stroke will normally exhibit some or all of the following symptoms:

animal activist: TANK - A DOG STORY - 06/30/12 11:29 PM

      TANK - A DOG STORY   They told me the big black Lab's name was Reggie, as I looked at him lying in his pen. The shelter was clean, no-kill, and the people really friendly.  
I'd only been in the area for six months, but everywhere I went in the small college town, people were welcoming and open. Everyone waves when you pass them on the street. But something was still missing as I attempted to settle in to my new life here, and I thought a dog couldn't hurt. Give me someone to talk … (22 comments)

animal activist: PETA Breaking News! - 06/29/12 11:48 PM

animal activist: Breaking News On Seals!!! - 05/03/12 12:18 AM

animal activist: Support HAWS, Humane Animal Welfare Society, Waukesha, WI Animal Shelter - 04/08/12 11:39 PM

animal activist: Alec Baldwin Uncovers Elephant Abuse Under the Big Top - 03/28/12 12:16 AM
Alec Baldwin Uncovers Elephant Abuse Under the Big Top  
  With a quarter-century of  experience behind him, Academy Award nominee Alec Baldwin has enough big- and small-screen hits under his belt to speak with authority about the entertainment industry. So when this card-carrying PETA member reports that a show-biz act appalls him, audiences everywhere should listen. In his shocking exposé, Alec reveals what circuses' bright lights and colorful costumes cannot hide: that elephants who are forced to perform are confined, whipped, and beaten for each show. Watch the video now.
Alec, who has hosted Saturday Night Live a record 16 … (11 comments)

animal activist: Top 10 Pet Toxins of 2011 - 03/20/12 10:31 PM

Both known and unknown toxins can be found hiding in our houses and yards. In 2011, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) in Urbana, IL, fielded more than 165,900 phone calls about pets exposed to poisonous substances. Visit our poison app on Facebook.
1. Prescription Human Medications Almost 25,000 calls last year were about human prescription medications. Pets, especially dogs, are notorious for ingesting any dropped pill. Cardiac and ADHD medications make up a large percentage of these calls. Always make sure to take these medications in a safe place away from your pets.
2. Insecticides Insecticides were … (14 comments)

animal activist: Help Save Helpless Cats at Washington University in St. Louis!!! - 02/20/12 09:28 PM
Dear Kristin, Despite protests from you and more than 90,000 other PETA supporters, Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL) continues to use cats and ferrets in cruel and archaic intubation training exercises in conjunction with St. Louis Children's Hospital. During this harmful exercise, the animals have hard plastic tubes forced down their delicate windpipes for intubation training—even though modern, superior simulators are available and widely used across the country for this very purpose. WUSTL can try to ignore the recommendations of leading medical organizations and experts in the field who strongly endorse the use of simulators for intubation training—but we can't … (9 comments)

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