Anna is a recent graduate from UW-Madison and also works at Urban Land Interests. When Anna isn’t distributing belly rubs and chin scratches to your furry families, you can find her buried in a good book!
Thank you to all of our generous Pet Parents who contributed to OUG! Madison’s first annual Hands for Paws Donation Drive to benefit the Dane County Humane Society!
Meet Annie and Charlie! Annie graduated from UW-Madison with a Sociology degree, plays the guitar (poorly), and can speak Italian! While her current furry family consists of Charlie the lovable American Short Hair troublemaker, she’d also love to one day add a German Shepherd.
I’m in charge of: Executive pet care, and I am the commissioner of snuggles.
Super power: Power over time – stopping time, going into the future or past, etc.
Best thing ever: Waking up early on Saturday to get coffee and go to the Farmer’s Market before the crowds.
Hidden talent: I can estimate exactly how much time it will take to get somewhere.
Life philosophy: Attitude is the most important part of life – and the only thing that you can always change.
Kristine was so impressed with Out-U-Go! as a pet parent that she jumped at the chance to join our Madison pet care team and spread the same love we showed her kitty, Demetri, to other furry families!
I’m in charge of: Giving love and affection to dogs and cats all over Madison!
My furry family: Demetri, an Abyssinian/Bengal mix who has an amazing personality.
Super power: Flying! I would be able to visit more furry friends every day!
Best thing ever: Coming home to a warm and friendly greeting from a pet.
Hidden talent: I read really fast (and as often as possible)!
Life Philosophy: Live a life you are proud of. If you find you are not proud of it, have the courage to start all over again.
Out-U-Go! Madison Pet Care joined the Dane County Humane Society in a night filled with wine tasting, art for sale, and live bluegrass music. The Unleashed & Uncorked pet fundraiser event took place on Friday, September 27, 2013, and all proceeds raised (totaling $15,000!!!) went to Dane County Humane Society for its programs and services helping shelter pets in need!
Meet Liz Perry! She is the owner of Nutzy Mutz & Crazy Catz, a local pet boutique in Madison that specializes in organic pet food! She has a wealth of knowledge about the best kibble to provide your pooch and kitties. She also loves Out-U-Go! Madison Pet Care!
Stop in to meet Liz and her adorable adoptable kitties while you are at it!
Meet Emily and her wiggly pal, Walter! When Emily is not working as a Special Education Teacher, she is pampering your pooches with love!
I’m in charge of: Giving out lots of love to doggies and kitties in the form of belly rubs, walks, and treats (even if Walter is suspicious when I get home)!
My furry family: Walter (aka “Wiggles”) – a Goldendoodle – Black Poodle + Golden Retriever = Black Goldendoodle 🙂
Super power: Flying and being able to read Walter’s (or any pet’s mind)… most of the time anyway!
Best Thing Ever: My first alarm going off and Walter jumping into bed to cuddle – nose one inch from my face.
Hidden Talent: Singing every song on the radio in perfect pitch and key – only when driving by myself.
Life Philosophy: Two quotes I’m a firm believer in: “There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face,” and “Whoever said diamonds are a girl’s best friend, never had a dog.”
I’m in charge of: Hanging with your “kids” while you’re off on an adventure!
My furry family: None as of now. All the more reason to hang out with yours!
Super power: Flying. I hate airports.
Hidden Talent: I can do a mean Irish Jig.
Best Thing Ever: Thunderstorms in the middle of summer where the rain is warm. Best. Ever.
Life Philosophy: “Never, never, never give up.” -Winston Churchill
Out-U-Go! Madison joined over 100 other pet friendly vendors at Mounds Dog Fest this year, which took place on June 9, 2013 from 10:00am – 4:00pm. The pet-friendly Madison event was held at Angell Park in Sun Prairie (315 Park St, Sun Prairie, WI 53590). Over 7,000 people were in attendance! If you missed it, be sure to attend next year!! Photos from the event are posted on Mounds’ web site.
Mounds annual Dog Fest features paws-on activities, rescue groups, dog friendly businesses, pet food vendors, demos, contests and more!