What can we say, we love pizza, salad, craft beer, the lakes in Madison, a good bike path, and dogs, among other things. That list is in no particular order, but dogs are probably close to the top.
A big part of the culture here at Ian's is being involved in the local community and trying to give back to our community whenever possible. So when we started making our own Puppy Chow (yes, it's called Puppy Chow but it's human food) we reached out to the Dane County Humane Society to see how we could lend a hand!
What we came up with was an amazing program to try to help out some amazing animals in need of forever homes. Each month we receive the name and information of a puppy in need of adoption from the Dane County Humane Society's animal shelter. We display this information near our Puppy Chow in-store and for every bag of Puppy Chow that is purchased that month, we donate a portion of those sales to helping find that dog a home.
Through this great program, we've proudly helped numerous Dane County dogs find the loving homes they deserve. If you'd like to find out more information about how you can help out the DCHS, or are looking for any resources about adopting a dog, please visit their website at giveshelter.org or stop by their main shelter at 5132 Voges Road. We're happy to have such a great partner in the Madison area who does so much for these great future pets.
January Puppy of the Month!
Maggie is an incredibly sweet young dog, waiting to take you on fun adventures. Her goals in life are to have lots of fun, with you included! Maggie has a great zeal for life, and it will certainly rub off on you. We are having fun teaching her new skills and tricks. She is a lot of fun to train – she loves learning and she aims to please! Did we mention how outstandingly smart she is?! It would be fun to continue the learning at positive dog training classes – like the ones we offer at the shelter.
Come meet this friendly gal, and find a canine companion for life!Available for adoption at DCHS main shelter (5132 Voges Road) For more information, please visit www.givehshelter.org