When They Barkie They Want Charki!
Diggin* Your Dog
Finally! Dehydrated pumpkin! 100% USA pumpkin and apple fiber natural anti-diarrheal for dogs + cats.
No more cans. no more waste, just add water. Even the re-sealable bag is BPA free.
Diggin’ your Dog is a 100% USA small grassroots company owned and operated by people who truly DIG YOUR DOG! They have rigorously sourced all ingredients from USA farmers and ranchers, offering products that you will feel safe and confident feeding to your loved pet. Their products begin and end in the USA…from the soil to the bag, it is their promise to keep their products real, and keep your pet happy and healthy!
“Charki” comes from the 16th century Quechuan language of the Incas meaning “dried meat.” It’s the first known word for Jerky. Most dog’s can’t say Charki but make no mistake…when they barkie they want Charki!
Go Pack, Go Big Red!
We just received a large order of Packer Jerseys & Bandanas, Badger Jerseys & Bandanas, Stainless Steel Badger Bowls and more.
Your pooch wants to join you in celebrating your team spirit this fall with Officially Licensed Team Logo Wear!
Our Mummy has been baking up a storm and filled the bakery case with spooktacular Halloween Treats.
Spider Webs, Candy Corn, Carob Cats and Ghosts are among the menagerie that is hauntingly delicious.
500 cats in 100 days
Our good friend Dr. Sandra Miller, owner of Creature Comforts Veterinary, is running a community service campaign to spay/neuter 500 cats in 100 days.
Dr. Miller has put together a low cost spay/neuter campaign for cats, with a goal of lowering the number of unwanted litters in southeastern WI. She is offering cat spay/neuters at cost, which is a significant discount over the regular cost of this surgical procedure.
Thanks to some donations, including her own time, she is offering the spay/neuter appointments as a package deal of $99. This includes a feline leukemia test, physical exam, spay/neuter surgery, and nail trim. This is a savings of almost 50%.
The down turn in the economy is not only affecting people. As a result, shelters and rescues are over-run with homeless cats. People lose their jobs and have a tough time keeping up with expenses, resulting in the family pet being relinquished to the local shelter. People able to afford to keep their pets still may choose not to spend money to get their cat spayed or neutered. This results in unwanted litters that end up at the shelter.
Enjoy some time with your furry kidlings today!
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.