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Gayle Viney

Assistant Director of Development

Dane County Humane Society

HQ Phone:  (608) 838-0413

Direct Phone: (608) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

Email: g***@***.org

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Dane County Humane Society

5132 Voges Road

Madison, Wisconsin,53718

United States

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Gayle VineyPublic Relations and Development Coordinator


www.jsonline.com

And calls come in at all hours of the day and night depending on when victims show up at shelters, said Gayle Viney, assistant director of development for the Dane County Humane Society.


www.fox47.com

We hope that is because pet owners are being responsible and keeping their pets inside and on short, monitored outside bathroom breaks," DCHS Public Relations Coordinator Gayle Viney said in a release.
According to DCHS, animals can be outside for short intervals, but if they start shivering, whimpering, repeatedly lifting their paws or getting lethargic they might be getting too cold. They also suggest buying short-haired dogs a sweater or jacket to stay warm. "You wouldn't go outside without proper gear in the winter, so don't send your pets out unprepared either," Viney said.


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"Pet owners don't expect their pets to be lost or stolen and they hope that leashes, fences and doors will be enough to keep them safe at home," said Gayle Viney, DCHS Spokeswoman.
The reality is that accidents do happen, and when they do, many owners are unprepared. "The ID tag provides immediate owner information and the microchip provides back up information if the ID tag is separated from the animal," said Viney.


www.fox47.com

"It is too early to say if the swans will recover enough to be released, but we do know that had they stayed out on the ice, they definitely would not have survived," DCHS Public Relations Coordinator Gayle Viney said in the release.
Swans and other waterfowl most often get lead poisoning by ingesting lead pellets, fishing sinkers or other tackle from the bottom of the lake, according to the release. One pellet or sinker can cause a very slow and painful death for many birds. "We again acknowledge that this situation is unintentional and believe that most hunters and fishermen are wildlife conservationists and care greatly about protecting wildlife and their habitats," Viney said.


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