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S.N.A.P. Those MeowMeows!

S.N.A.P. To It!

Fred’s always got somethin to say!August = Cat Month!

Post those happy cats and let’s close out our S.N.A.P. Contest with a Wall full of PURRty kitties!

Community Cat will receive a donation based on the number of entries we receive. You could be FEEL-ine fine at the end of the month by winning a $200.00 prize package.

Contest De-TAILS:

Visit our Facebook page and post your photo(s) during the specified month.

The photo that receives the highest number of “Likes” by the last day of the month is the winner.

There is no limit to the number of times you can enter. Be sure to spread the word to all your Facebook friends!


July’s S.N.A.P. Winner!

July was Small Animal Month for our S.N.A.P. Contest and the WINNER is RAFIKI the Chinchilla!


A big round of A-PAWS to Tammy Frahman Neumeister! She is the winner of a $205.00 Prize Package which contains a $75.00 store Gift Certificate.

Her Chinchilla, Rafiki, had the most “Likes” by midnight on the 31st. Thank you to everyone that posted pictures for the contest, they all made us smile, and because of your entries Fellow Mortals Wildlife Rehabilitation Center will receive a donation from us.


Stock Up on Fromm!

For the month of August, Fromm Family Foods allows us to choose a charity in which they will donate 6% of all Fromm products sold.


Barney, of Barney’s Blessings Pet Food Pantry.We are happy to announce that Barney’s Blessings Pet Food Pantry is our charity this year. The more Fromm food we sell in August the bigger the donation Barney’s Blessings receives, so give Fromm a try and stock up this month!

Barney’s Blessings Pet Food Pantry is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide pet food assistance to qualified households. We feel no companion animals should have to be surrendered or abandoned due to financial hardship and lack of food.

We offer pet food assistance and financial assistance to help lower the cost of spay and neuter surgeries and vet wellness visits. At the end of 2011 we hope to have implemented school programs to teach children the importance of kindness to animals and the responsibility that comes with pet ownership and a “meals on wheels” program for qualified seniors and home bound individuals with pets. We currently assist seven local food pantries with pet food to help their clients. You may also donate pet food directly to the seven food pantries. They are located in Muskego, Sussex, Oconomowoc, Kettle Moraine, Pewaukee, North Lake, and Hartland.


End of the Leash and Herbsmith present a FREE educational webinar:

Managing Your Pet’s Allergies: The Basics & Beyond
Wednesday, August 3rd at 7 p.m. CST

Allergies are one of the most common issues with today’s pets. Dog owners everywhere continue to struggle to find solutions that don’t result in negative side effects. There are lots of natural options that will successfully address canine allergies regardless of the source (food, environmental, contact, etc.)

Help your pet find relief this allergy season!

- Discover what is happening in an allergic dog’s body

- Gain an understanding of how to get to the root of allergy issues

- Learn the best (and worst) foods to feed a dog with allergies

- Get the opportunity to talk with Chris Bessent, DVM, holistic veterinarian and founder of Herbsmith Inc.

Visit http://www.herbsmithinc.com/webinarseries.asp to register!


Animal Communication – Saturday, August 6th

Animal Communicator Rebecca Moravec will be with us this Saturday. Bring your animal with you or bring in a photograph. Rebecca can connect with your animal in spirit, too.

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.

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 to reserve your spot to have Rebecca talk with your animals—262-363-3338.


Can’t wait to see all your feline friends on our Facebook page!

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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