Our latest campaign for Innovet Pet featured as TV coverage on WQOW. 1 in 10 Wisconsin pet owners would be unable to afford their pets if they lose their jobs.

Animal health experts are urging pet lovers to think twice before adopting a new furry friend. According to studies by Innovet Pet, one-in-three Wisconsinites have considered getting a new pet during the Safer-at-Home order. Pet ownership can be beneficial during isolation. The study finds that one-in-10 Wisconsin pet owners would be unable to afford their pets if they lose their jobs. Experts predict a spike in adoptions could lead to an increase in abandoned pets across the state, and encourage all pet owners to reach out to others if they need support. “One of the biggest things that I would recommend to people is to not be afraid to reach out for help.,” said Shelley Janke, executive director of the Eau Claire County Humane Association. “Whether that’s to a neighbor or a family member, everybody knows how important pets are to our lives.” The Eau Claire County Humane Association says they have seen an uptick in adoptions over the last couple of weeks, and they are offering free pet food for pet owners in need.

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