Dating in Madison often seems like another of what Rebecca Ryan called a "tier-two tradeoff" in the October 2013 issue of Madison Magazine.
In 2004, more than $10 million was raised through public and private entities, such as J. Keller and Associates, Oshkosh Convention and Visitors Bureau, UW-Oshkosh Student Association, AT&T Advertising Solutions, and the UW-Oshkosh Foundation, to dramatically enhance the practice and game athletic facilities throughout campus.
To add to the game atmospher, “Titan Vision” launched in the summer of 2011 for the WFCA All-Star Game. Take the WI-21/Omro Rd exit, EXIT 119, toward Oshkosh Ave.
Titan athletics have brought pride, dignity and honor to UW-Oshkosh.
Titan Stadium is part of the Oshkosh Sports Complex.
Please note that we currently have a wait list for adoption.
There's a good chance you may not get the pup you apply for, but we will find a pup that is a great match for your lifestyle. If you're looking for a dog sooner, we highly recommend that you foster with Fetch, or check out the Dane County Humane Society, Iowa County Humane Society, Green County Humane Society, or any other local Wisconsin shelters - they have many dogs ready and waiting for their forever homes.
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Our service is to screen and approve potential homes for surrendering owners, but you will finalize the adoption directly with the surrendering owner. His owners are no longer able to keep him due to life circumstances and want the best for him. Good with cats (lives with one), good on leash, crate trained, can be left home alone." Tucker is a 3 y.o. His owners are no longer able to keep him due to life circumstances and want the best for him. Good with cats (lives with one), good on leash, crate trained, can be left home alone. He wants to run and play in a fenced in yard for a short time but then he wants to come inside to cuddle. Having room for Jack to run at home is important because Jack can be anxious in new situations and with new animals.