WILWAUKEE, WI, June 13, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Milwaukee Emergency Center for Animals (MECA) announced today the launching of their new reality television show, which is set to air June 14th 2014, Saturday evening at 11pm on WISN-TV.
Aimed at those television viewers who crave a specific kind of show, Milwaukee Emergency Center for Animals Reality Television promises to deliver.
The show will offer the viewer, unscripted, real life medical emergency situations and the efforts made by the Milwaukee Emergency Center for Animals' veterinarians to save the lives of family pets and other wildlife.
Dr. Marla Lichtenberger, owner of MECA and the inspiration behind the new television series gained international notoriety in early 2014 when she teamed up with Froedtert Trauma specialist John Weigelt to perform a groundbreaking medical procedure on Beatrice, the badly burned dog from Milwaukee.
From exhilarating and heart pounding television to informational and educational bits, the viewers can expect to be treated to an abundance of gripping story lines featuring real life and real emergencies while learning the importance of annual check-ups, immunizations and exotic wellness.
Furthermore, the show will attempt to inspire pet owners to take preventative actions to lessen the risk of the need of emergency services.
Milwaukee Emergency Center for Animals Television finds a home on WISN-TV 12 Saturday and Sunday afternoons, however, the show premiere will air Saturday, June 14th at 11:00pm right after the Green Bay Packer Celebrity Softball Game with Jordy Nelson.
About The Milwaukee Emergency Center for Animals
Located in Greenfield, Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Emergency Center for Animals (MECA), a state of the art facility, is Wisconsin's premier 24-hour vet animal hospital for critical pet emergencies and is the leading provider of veterinary surgery services. Dr. Marla Lichtenberger, DVM, DACVECC, the owner of MECA, is a highly respected and knowledgeable veterinarian critical care specialist, dedicated to critical emergency and surgical care of dogs and cats, as well as exotic animals. MECA's patients consist of walk-in emergencies, critical animal care or emergency vet animal hospital surgical referrals.
For more information or if you would like to set up an interview with Dr. Marla Lichtenberger, DVM, DACVECC, please contact Debra Lopez Public Relations at 262-989-0604.
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