Emergency, urgency, or house-cleaning challenge? How do you answer the age-old question: "do I need to go to the vet?" This workshop is provided by Pet Partners with the Humane Society of Jefferson County and Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic on Wednesday, March 25 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Veterinarian Dr. Bill Stork will help you decipher your common signs & symptoms to help you decide if you should: go to the nearest animal hospital, call/visit the vet or keep a close eye on your pet for now. This is a great workshop for any pet owner (dog, cat, etc.) looking to expand their knowledge on pet first-aid. This is a free workshop, but monetary and/or item donations for the Humane Society are greatly appreciated.
About The Humane Society of Jefferson County
The Humane Society of Jefferson County (HSJC) has been serving the community since 1922. HSJC provides life-saving services for abandoned, stray, and surrendered animals as well as a wide range of community animal services and humane education. Each year the HSJC helps save, serve, and provide forever homes to more than 1,000 animals in need.
For more information, please contact Taylor Marshall, Community Outreach Coordinator, at TMarshall@HSJC-wis.com or Jeff Okazaki, Executive Director, at Jeff@HSJC-wis.com or call 920-674-2048.