While we are enjoying our pumpkin lattes and pumpkin pies, our furry companions can also get in on pumpkin season!
Check out this brief and informative article on Animal Wellness magazine--"The Power of the Pumpkin"--to learn several reasons why this tasty food can be beneficial to your pet! For example, did you know that ALL parts of the pumpkin have nutritional value, including the leaves and rinds (not just the seeds and flesh), which contain protein and fiber and are often used medicinally?
You're in luck if you grow your own pumpkins, but for your convenience you can grab a can next time you're in our store, or even quicker on our website! This organic, plain canned pumpkin is a perfect supplement or treat for both your dogs and cats.
Map it -- 325 Bay View Road in Mukwonago!
Have you heard the news? Our Mukwonago location is relocating! We will be moving no later than December 1st to 325 Bay View Road in Mukwonago, Wisconsin. We will be in the far left building in the Chelsey Lynn Shopping Center (next to Yowzza and the Woodhouse Day Spa).
Don't worry--it's only a few minutes away from our current location! And best of all, we will have a LARGE, easily accessible parking lot!! :) :)
Like us on Facebook, watch your email for newsletter updates and check out the blog for the latest on our transition to the new location.
Chicken Chubs--30% off!
WHILE SUPPLIES LAST at our MUKWONAGO store we have an abundance of Nature's Variety Instinct 2# Chicken Chubs on sale for 30% off!
There's a limited supply, so stop in soon to stock up!
Dr. Witte at End of the Leash Mukwonago
Every Wednesday, Dr. Deanna Witte of Witte’s Veterinary Care visits our Mukwonago store. She provides holistic options consultation services as well as spinal manipulation and cold laser therapy for your pet!
Appointments are 20 minutes and include consult and adjustment.
Please call 262.363.3338 to reserve your appointment.
Understand Your Pet on a Whole New Level!
Animal Communicator Rebecca Moravec will be here at EOTL Mukwonago on Sunday, October 26th from 10am-2pm.
Find out what your animal is thinking and feeling and work through any behavior issues you may be experiencing. Bring your animal with you or bring in a photograph.
Rebecca can also communicate with your animal friends that have crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
Twenty minute and half hour consultations are available—call the store for rates and to schedule your appointment at 262-363-3338.
Animal Communication Specialist, Reiki Master/Teacher
Rebecca has been communicating with animals for much of her lifetime. As a child she was able to communicate with her animal companion but was unaware that this was not an ordinary gift. As she grew older she stopped communicating with animals in an effort to “fit in” with her friends, and soon her gift was forgotten.
In her adult years, Rebecca was introduced to an animal communicator and felt it was very “natural” to talk with the animals. This prompted her to study telepathic animal communication and she quickly rediscovered her ability to telepathically speak with the animals on a deep and meaningful level.
Rebecca is a professional animal communicator with over fifteen years of experience. She offers her ability to anyone who desires a deeper connection and relationship with their animal friends and all of nature.
This Week's Adoptables from HAWS
The lucky family that adopts one of the pets featured here on our blog will receive a coupon from HAWS good for a “congratulations” gift bag from End of the Leash!
To learn more about how to adopt through HAWS, please visit their adoption page. You may also give them a call at 262.542.8851.
Alessandro is a just a young fellow at about 6 months old. He still has a lot of growing up to do and will end up being a pretty big boy! He came from a home with way too many bunnies to care for and for some reason he has some notches cut out of his ear, but they do not cause any issues! He is a fun guy and loves to explore and sometimes gets into trouble so he will keep you on your toes! To learn how to care for house rabbits go to www.rabbit.org.
These little guys are a trio of bonded degus and must be adopted together. They are friendly and can be easily handled once they get to know you. They need a large cage with lots of space to scamper about with running wheels. To learn how to care for them go to http://www.degutopia.co.uk/index.htm
Thanks for stopping by :)
Your Friends at End of the Leash
Please remember that us folks at End of the Leash are not veterinarians and no information on our website is intended to replace the indispensable and professional advice of your veterinarian.