Midnight Magic Fun and Howl-iday Sales
We want to bark out a HUGE thank you to everyone that stopped during Midnight Magic! A wonderful time was had by all the four-legged and two-legged attendees. The event was a great success and we so enjoyed seeing our favorite customers and making many new friends.
Bichon & Little Buddies Rescue brought two of the most adorable dogs available for adoption—Clove (the lovely Bichon) and Nick (the cutest puppy this side of the North Pole!).
Codie and Isa participated in our costume contest and the winner is Isa portraying one of Santa’s reindeer!
Our new Nail PAWlish offering from the SPA department was a huge hit. If you see a dog around town sporting gold, red and green, purple or pink nails you’ll know they paid a visit to their favorite pet SPA at End of the Leash.
Do dogs smile? They did for photos by the fireplace thanks to Kim at K.m.s. Art and you couldn’t help but smile when talking to Captain Richie about his book. We still have them for sale and they make great stocking stuffers.
To enhance your howl-iday shopping all of our ornaments are 50% off and our holiday dog toys are 20% off while supplies last! Stop in soon for great gift ideas for your friends and family. For the humans in your life we have caps, clothing, frames, dog walker hand cream gift baskets, summit tea gift sets, jewelry and much more. We have extended our cat toy and treat section and we have the best in toys and treats for the dog in your life!
BLOG WITH US!! Let us know what you do to keep your dog busy during the long winter season when going for walks is difficult. We recommend our NEW Kondos Outdoors Dog Boots and lots of treat dispensing toys. We have many different styles to choose from that will challenge even the smartest Border Collie and the toughest chewer!
We look forward to seeing you soon!
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.