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March 2022

| Volume 7, Issue 1

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Fetch Wisconsin Rescue is dedicated to the rescue & rehabilitation of unwanted, neglected, and abused dogs found in shelters across the Midwest, as well as dogs surrendered by local owners unable to care for them. Strang’s own, Gayle Mack, volunteers every year to transport dogs from the south. Learn more about them!
Dedicated to providing compassionate, loving animal care, Jane’s Journey Home is a creative and caring sanctuary for senior dogs and special needs pets. Strang’s own Larry Barton helped found this organization. They are currently in the process of purchasing a 36-acre farmette which will be Jane Journey Home’s new location of operations for the fall.
For nearly 100 years, DCHS has provided services for our community, helping people help animals. Whether you are looking to bring a new pet into your family, searching for your lost pet, found a wild animal in need of assistance, have made the difficult decision to surrender your pet, or are looking for educational opportunities, DCHS is here to help.
The Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County leads the community in animal welfare and assures sanctuary for animals in need.

Each one of our clients—from banks to credit unions and the insurance industry—understands the importance of establishing an authentic bond with customers, members, and the community alike.

During our 87-year tenure, Strang has guided clients through some of the most technically advanced and high-performance projects—from federally regulated scientific cleanrooms to world-renowned symphony concert halls.
A veterinary diagnostic lab (VDL) develops and delivers diagnostic and consultative services regarding animal health and diseases.
Since we’re talking about veterinary diagnostic labs, it seems only right that we show off our own pets! Take a look at some of Strang’s own furry friends and check out some of the local humane societies and animal rescues they came from.
On Wednesday the 9th, Strang was excited to introduce three local high school students to a day at Strang.

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