|Mar. 1, 2016 -||2016- First Quarter Newsletter
Read about the exciting things happening at HEA in 2016
|Dec. 13, 2015 -||2015- Fourth Quarter Newsletter
Enjoy updates and stories from HEA 2015
|Oct. 6, 2016 -||Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary gets a new home
Kendra Meinert of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports on the new HEA Adoption Center in Ashwaubenon.
|Sep. 1, 2016 -||Animal Sanctuary Opens New Adoption Center
The Happily Ever After (HEA) Animal Sanctuary new Adoption Center is nearly finished. Located in Ashwaubenon, WI, the completely renovated building is 3,000 square feet - triple the size of their previous center.
The use of a crate is especially helpful when introducing a new puppy or dog to the household. The crate can be used to facilitate house training, and to prevent the dog or puppy from engaging in destructive or inappropriate behavior.
|Dog Bite Prevention
Did you know that 50 percent of all children in the United States will be bitten by a dog before their 12th birthday? Did you know that 800,000 bites every year are severe enough to require medical treatment, while 1 to 2 million go unreported?
|Full House – Introducing A New Dog To Your Cat
I'm not sure where the phrase "fighting like cats and dogs" comes from, but in the majority of homes I am acquainted with, dogs and cats share living quarters quite amiably. In fact, it is often more difficult to introduce a second male cat or a second female dog to a household than it is a member of the other species.
|General Cat Care
Although cat owners of old were told to give their pets a saucer of milk, cats do not easily digest cow’s milk, which can cause diarrhea in kittens and cats. Treats are yummy for cats, but don't go overboard. Most packaged treats contain lots of sugar and fat, which can pack on the pounds. Some cats like fresh fruits and vegetables, like broccoli, corn or cantaloupe. You can offer these once in awhile.
|General Dog Care
Premium-quality dry food provides a well-balanced diet for adult dogs and may be mixed with water, broth or canned food. Your dog may enjoy cottage cheese, cooked egg, fruits and vegetables, but these additions should not total more than ten percent of his daily food intake.
|House Training Puppies And Dogs
House training is accomplished by establishing a surface and location preference AND by preventing the dog from eliminating in unacceptable places. Crating and confinement needs to be kept to a minimum, but some amount of restriction is usually necessary for the puppy or dog to learn to “hold it.”
|Pet Overpopulation Information
As a nation, we claim to love cats and dogs. Millions of households have pets and billions of dollars are spent yearly on pet supplies and food. But as a nation, we should take a hard look at a different annual statistic: the millions of dogs and cats given up to shelters or left to die on the streets. And the numbers tell only half the story.
Bringing home a new puppy is truly one of life's joys. Thoughtful pre-puppy preparations and a well-planned first 24 hours can give your fuzzy bundle of promise a head start and make your dreams of the perfect family dog come true.
Cats sometimes engage in a behavior called urine spraying or urine marking. The cat stands, backs up to an object, holds his tail up erect and quivering, and releases urine out backwards onto the object. The urine sprayed differs chemically from the urine cats normally release from a squatting position because it also contains oily secretions from the anal glands. Sprayed urine is extremely pungent. Some people describe it as smelling like ammonia; others say it has a heavy musky odor. Cats occasionally spray from a squatting position.
|What is Feline Leukemia?
Feline leukemia is a cancerous disease caused by feline leukemia virus (FeLV). FeLV causes diseases other than leukemia including immunodeficiency and additional cancers. Cats may not start to show signs of disease for months or years after being infected with FeLV. Infection with FeLV is a major cause of illness and death in domestic cats.
|GREEN BAY ADOPTION CENTER
2255 Fox Heights Lane
Green Bay, WI 54304
Monday - Friday: 6p - 8p
Saturday & Sunday: 11a - 4p
|PETCO WEST ADOPTION STATION
2515 W. Mason Street
Green Bay, WI 54303
Monday - Friday: 9a - 9p
Sunday: 10a - 7p
E5714 Bork Road
Marion, WI 54950
Visit by appointment.