End of the Leash

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Let's Play Ball!

We’ve got Brewer Fever

We’re gonna root, root, root for our home team and have some fun by treating our dogs during the season too.

Hot dogs, peanuts, hamburgers, Official Brewer Collars & Leads and Gameday Tailgate canned food by Merrick are all just a part of our crowd.

Play Ball!

 

  

   

 

Pet Wellness Expo

 

Stop by our booth at the Pet Wellness Expo on Saturday, April 9th and say hello.

Take advantage of Super Show Specials that are available only from our booth at the show!

Hosted by Creature Comforts, this is an annual event you won’t want to miss!  There will be exhibitors, speakers, a silent auction and much more including:

  • Pet Rescues & Shelters
  • Parade of Breeds at 12 Noon
  • Pet Sitters
  • Kennels
  • Boarding
  • House Call Veterinary
  • Pet Food & Toy Manufacturers and Distributers
  • Groomers
  • Trainers
  • Holistic Care Information
  • Doggie Daycare
  • Unique Animal Collectibles
  • Pet Stores

 

In the ZONE - $10.00 off

Separation Anxiety? Marking? Scratching? Excessive Barking? Moving?

We have $10.00 off coupons available for the Comfort Zone Feliway for cats and Comfort Zone DAP for dogs.

 

Rebecca Moravec, Animal Communicator

Rebecca Moravec, Animal Communicator.Rebecca Moravec will be here this Sunday, April 10th.

Excerpted from Rebecca’s website, Kindred Spirits Animal Communication:

Animal Communication, also known as interspecies telepathic communication is the ability to telepathically connect with a being of another species and communicate with them. Two-way communication is accomplished not only with words, but with images, feelings, thoughts and emotions.

All species are born with this ability. Unfortunately for humans, telepathic… abilities are quickly lost, not only because we become so accustomed to verbal speech, but also because our society does not readily accept this form of communication.

Some people may think animal communication is very odd, or even unbelievable. The truth is that by communicating with other species, one begins to understand the interconnection of all living things. One can experience the beauty and harmony that is possible when we understand that all living creatures are intelligent beings, with their own feelings, thoughts, desires and perceptions of life and those they interact with.

Having the opportunity to find out what your animal companion’s thoughts, feelings and attitudes are can greatly enhance your relationship with one another and bring great joy and happiness into your life.

Call the store at 262.363.3338 to reserve your spot to have Rebecca talk with your animals!

 

The Name Game!

Banana-Fana-Fo-Fana…

NAME OUR LOGO DOG!

Our logo dog doesn’t have a name—poor guy! (Or is it gal?)

Submit your idea(s) for a name on our Facebook page by Easter Sunday and win a prize!

We will choose our top ten favorites and then you get to decide the winner. We’ll post the top ten in the store and let you vote through the end of April. The winner will be announced on May 3rd.

Here are some facts about our logo dog:

Likes: long walks on the beach at sunset, rolling in fish guts, the song Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey, sharing the pillow and everything from the treat room.

Dislikes: rainy days and Mondays, Michael Vick, fenced in yards and sad movies.

There is no limit to the number of times you can enter!

 

Should I Yell at my Puppy When he Makes a Mistake?

“While a puppy is in the learning curve he needs to be encouraged, not startled or frightened. For any living creature, learning takes place in a safe and supportive environment—which is what positive reinforcement is all about.”  —Tracie Hotchner

Radio show host and pet expert Tracie Hotchner is the author of The Dog Bible and The Cat Bible. Click here to follow her on Twitter and be sure to check out her website.

 

Happy Spring!

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.

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