For Immediate Release
Contact: Michelle Pintar
Phone: (414) 431-6104
to Make 2006 a Howling or Purring Success
– The New Year marks new beginnings for
many people, whether it's eating healthier, exercising
more or quitting bad habits. As you are making your
New Year's resolutions for 2006, the Wisconsin Humane
Society asks that you do the same for your companion
animal as well.
your companion animal daily. The amount of exercise
Sparky requires depends on age, size and energy
level, but many require more than a walk around
the block. Remember both dogs and cats benefit from
learning new tricks and this is a great way for
them to get their exercise if your personal resolutions
do not include walking any farther than the mailbox.
your furry friend a healthy, well-balanced diet.
Read the labels on their food and treats as carefully
as you read your own.
that the diet and amount of exercise your companion
animal gets should be changed slowly. Just like
their guardians, animals need time to adjust to
a new routine.
animals that look good, feel good! Regular grooming
and medical check-ups are important to keep your
animal healthy and stylish.
· If you
companion animal isn't already spayed or neutered,
make an appointment with your veterinarian. The
surgery helps reduce overpopulation and thus, prevents
your cat up to date on vaccinations. This is essential
to staying healthy if he or she does wander away.
your companion animal extra tender loving care this
year. Spend at least 30 minutes a day playing with
Fluffy and making his life worth wagging and purring
To schedule an interview regarding New Year's
resolutions, contact Michele Tegen (Dec. 29-30)
at (414) 431-6221.