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The Best Supplements for Your Furbabies

Click the image to find out more about Herbsmith Digestive Supplement.Herbsmith Webinar:
Proper Digestion for Our Pets
Wednesday, April 11th, 7-10pm

A proactive approach to supporting your pet’s digestive system may help prevent or resolve digestive problems. Come join us for a free webinar led by holistic veterinarian, Dr. Chris Bessent, about common problems associated with digestion and strategies that may help or prevent them from causing you and your pet grief.

Click here to view the Herbsmith webinar flyer.Discover how a good regimen of food, activity, and supplements can help your pet thrive. Learn the traditional Chinese perspectives associated with digestion and how it can be applied to common digestive problems.

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




Essfacid 36 – Tuesday, April 17th, 2-6pm

Dr. Claudeen McAuliffe will be here to talk about Essfacid 36, the organic supplement she developed, that has been shown effective in improving focus and concentration as well as decreasing anxiety.

An organic supplement containing ground flax seed, pumpkin seed, sesame seed and sunflower seed, it provides fresh omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids, plus minerals and B vitamins.  It comes in a 32oz container.

Essfacid puts back in what processing takes out. Developed and produced by Claudeen E. Mc Auliffe, M.Ed.

Claudeen E. McAuliffe is a teacher, lecturer and author. She holds a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is a Level 2 Tellington TTouch practitionerTM.

She owns and operates Kindness Canine Behavior Consultants in Oconomowoc, WI, a consulting practice providing holistic behavior counseling for dogs and their people, along with educational programs in behavior, nutrition and Tellington TTouchTM.

Her published works include, Mindful Dog Teaching, The Big Bang: How You Can Help Your Dog Cope with Thunderstorms and Fireworks, “The Good Behavior Game” (with Mary Norby, M.Ed.), and numerous articles and essays.

She is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT), the Animal Behavior Society, and the Tellington TTouchTM Practitioner’s Guild. She is a doctoral student in holistic nutrition and companion animal health at Clayton College of Natural Health in Birmingham, Alabama.

Stop in anytime Tuesday the 17th between the hours of 2-6pm to chat with Claudeen and find out more about this supplement!

You may also visit www.endoftheleash.com to read more about Essfacid 36.


Krill Oil

Finally! We have Krill Oil on our shelves and we couldn’t be more excited about it.

Krill Oil differs from the other oils available for us and our animal companions and is higher in Omega-3s than other options.

Why Krill?  (Excerpted from Mercola.com):

Compared to fish oil, Krill Oil offers better absorption and is more resistant to rancidity. It also doesn’t have any fishy aftertaste or side effects even at high dosages. But perhaps topping the list of differences is its being free from mercury contamination, which afflicts most fish and seafood from the lakes, rivers, streams and oceans.

The pristine Antarctic seas hold a dear secret, one that uniquely combines antioxidants and essential Omega-3 fats for your optimal health and well-being: Krill Oil, which has now bested previously recommended fish oils and other supplements with its rich vat of health benefits.

Don’t be surprised: even giant whales can attest to the benefits of Krill Oil. Small shrimp-like creatures that make up the largest biomass on earth, krill feeds these great whales – along with seals, penguins, squid and fish – and supply them with their nutritional needs.

More than being a highly renewable source, krill is harvested wild in the cold, unpolluted seas surrounding Antarctica and is thus free from mercury, heavy metals, and other toxins that hound your family’s safety.

Read more here about krill oil on Dr. Mercola’s website.



There’s nothing superstitious about adopting a new friend!

Adoptable dogs and cats from Lakeland Animal Shelter will be at EOTL this Friday the 13th from 11-3pm.



Enjoy the week!

Your Friends at End of the Leash

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