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Update on our New Pewaukee Location!

Pewaukee Update

Things are rolling along quickly and the month is speeding by. Susie’s goal for opening the doors is July 4th, and she’s working feverishly to make that happen. Here are some pics of the work in progress!  Click on the photos to see them full-size.















Your EMPTY Food Bags Can Help the Shelter!

Simply bring back any empty food bag that you purchased from End of the Leash and Melissa from The Foxy Hound will donate $1.00 to Lakeland Animal Shelter. She creates the neatest recycled bags from them!

Lakeland Animal Shelter will be at the store with adoptable dogs & cats on:

Friday and Saturday, June 22nd and 23rd from 11-3pm

Stop in to meet some wonderful animals looking for a new home and to find out about this great resource in our community.


This Week’s Adoptable Pet:  Sparky!

The lucky family that adopts this pet featured here on our blog will receive a coupon from HAWS good for a “congratulations” gift bag from End of the Leash!

To learn more about how to adopt through HAWS, please visit their adoption page.  You may also give them a call at 262.542.8851.

Click on Sparky’s photo to find out more!Sparky from HAWS is featured here today:

Spark is a Jack Russell mix who’s had more than a few ups and downs in his life! He’s been in a few homes and is now looking for “the one” – with his special needs it will need to be a very special home (he has some separation anxiety, does a little resource guarding). While at HAWS he’s been working with our Mod Squad, going out on Mobile Adoption visits AND has been with the campers at our Kids ‘N Critters Day Camp – he’s doing well with all those activities so he definitely has lots of potential.

More info on Sparky can be found here.


More on Cleaning Green

From “Spring Cleaning Your Dog Can Live With” from Dogs Naturally Magazine:

In 2008, the Washington, D.C. based Environmental Working Group conducted a study to determine the effects of cleaning solutions on our pets, and found high levels of toxic chemicals from house- hold cleaners in dogs and cats. For dogs, blood and urine samples were contaminated with 35 chemicals, including 11 carcinogens, 31 chemicals toxic to the reproductive system, and 24 neurotoxins.

Click here to read the full article on Dogs Naturally Magazine’s website.


Dr. Claudeen McAuliffe at EOTL on Thursday, June 21st

Dr. Claudeen McAuliffe from HAWS will be here every third Thursday of the month from 4:30-6:30 to answer your questions on behavioral issues and offer techniques and supplement suggestions that may help. Her next visit is Thursday, June 21st.

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.


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