DEAR JOAN: I just read your column about keeping pets safe from COVID-19. Thanks! However, what about all of us who let our dogs and cats lick our noses and mouths?
With the nation focused on COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that has infected more than 100,000 people that we know of and killed almost 3,500 around the world, many have become nervous about what it means for our beloved pets. Read more
DEAR JOAN: I am writing to ask for your help to bring an issue to the attention of the general public. The issue is the dog poopy bags left on hiking trails. I have not seen this issue being addressed anywhere. Read more
DEAR JOAN: I have been successfully feeding hummingbirds in my backyard for several years. I have three feeders that accommodate one bird each at a time. I feed them the standard sugar-water formula and it has been working well. Read more
DEAR JOAN: When our cat, Mau, adopted us, we were living in a small house with a door to close off the living room. When we moved to a house with no door to protect the furniture, we bought a tall scratching post covered in carpeting and with three platforms, hoping this would keep him away … Read more
JANESVILLE, Wis. — Lois Corwin was still new to Rock County when she heard the heart-rending stories of abandoned and stray animals. Read more
NEW BERLIN — When 4-year-old pit bull Selena was found by animal control, she was so anxious in her cage that she scratched up her own face. Luckily, she was rescued by Canine Cupids. Today, Selena is carefree, loves toys and enjoys walks with her foster mom, Jessica Ryan. Read more
July 22, 1965 -- April 27, 2018Stephen Douglas Petsch entered peacefully into eternal life on April 27, 2018, surrounded by his family and loved ones. A celebration of Steves life will be held at First Immanuel Lutheran Church in Cedarburg on Saturday, May 5, 2018, at 1 p.m. A visitation wi… Read more