Fall Fest 2010--This Weekend!
This is an event you don’t want to miss on Saturday, September 18th.
It’s a town-wide celebration of fall and we’ve got a full day of fun planned for you and your family, too!
- Bobbing for hot dogs
- Bone dig
- Nail Clinic
- Barney’s Blessings
- Adoptable dogs from Bichon & Little Buddies Rescue
- Adoptable cats from Community Cat
- Nature’s Variety discounts
- Purr-izes & surprises
- All this and a visit from Clifford the Big Red Dog!
Don’t forget the camera!
A New Day for the Dog Wash
Starting in October, our SPA Department is moving the Dog Wash by the Inch to every 3rd Friday of the month—corresponding with the Nail Clinic Saturday. Formerly held every third Sunday of the month, we have decided to open that Sunday up to accommodate our grooming customers.
Please note that this weekend (Sunday, September 19th) we will still have the Dog Wash by the Inch and starting next month it’ll move to the 3rd Friday. Clear as muddy paws? :)
Our fabulous full-time groomers are here 7 days a week to serve you and your furry family. Call now to reserve the next SPA day for your dog! (262-363-3338)
It’s time for the second seminar in our Bark & Wine series on Thursday, September 23rd. Join us to learn all about essential oils and how they benefit us and our animal friends. Our own Susie Bower will be presenting and you’ll be greeted at the door by adoptable dogs from Bichon & Little Buddies Rescue. Our favorite bartender Melanie will be serving up our glasses of vino with flair and she’ll probably update you on all the new tricks Jackson has learned!
This line is made in a human food facility and felines everywhere are meowing it up!
Check out the new treats offered in our bakery case…if you DARE. As always, these spooktacular options are made with human grade ingredients and free of scary ingredients we don’t like. Stock up now ‘cause our Mummy won’t make any more until next year once these disappear!
Hope we see you this weekend for the Fall Fest!
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.