Learn More about Vaccination and Titers
To Vaccinate or Not Vaccinate? That is the question…
As a pet owner, you may feel there are many conflicting pieces of information out there about vaccinating and your pet’s health.
We want to help you sort out that information by sharing Dr. Becker’s article, “Vaccines, Nutrition and Your Pet’s Immune System” where she discusses the dangers of overvaccinating as well as the importance of nutrition in keeping your pet’s immune system as healthy as possible.
Free Ebook on Titers
Our friends at Dogs Naturally Magazine are offering a free ebook written by homeopathic veterinarian Dr. Don Hamilton.
“This guide will help you become an active partner in your puppy or dog’s health care and help you avoid vaccination mistakes that could result in dire financial consequences for you and lifelong illness for your dog.”
Spinal Manipulation & Holistic Consultations
for your pet at End of the Leash
Dr. Deanna Witte with Witte’s Natural Veterinary Care will be at the Mukwonago store twice a month to do consultations and/or spinal manipulations for your pet. She comes the 2nd and 4th Thursdays.
Dr. Witte’s next visits will be the following Thursdays: February 28th, March 14th and March 28th.
You can also make an appointment for a consultation with Dr. Witte to discuss holistic options for your pet (nutrition, supplements, essential oils etc…). Appointments are for 20 minutes and include a consultation and adjustment. Call the store to reserve your spot: 262-363-3338.
About Witte’s Veterinary Care:
Veterinary service providing traditional and alternative treatment options for your pets. Services include spinal manipulative therapy, wellness exams with individualized vaccination schedules, medical treatment, aromatherapy/therapeutic oils, western herbs, nutrition counseling, and whole food supplementation.
Adoptable dogs and cats will be at the store Friday, March 1st from 11am-3pm and Saturday, March 2nd from 11am-3pm.
Come and meet these cuddly animals in need of homes! You may just find your forever friend :)
This Week’s Adoptable Pet!
The lucky family that adopts one of the pets 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.
I’m Mustang Sally and I was a stray, so HAWS is not sure of my background. I am about 4 yrs old and am a Rat Terrier mix that would love someone to adopt me and bring me to doggie classes here at HAWS.
I don’t like it here at the shelter, even though the staff is so good to me…I tend to bark when I’m in my kennel and can’t wait to go for my walks. The staff says I am really getting used to being cuddled and pampered, I am good with cats and I LOVE-LOVE other dogs…I got to go to doggy day care and it was just the BEST FUN EVER!!! But, kids should probably be a little older, because I am just a little uncomfortable being picked up and handled. I’m getting better but sometime I squirm and could easily be dropped.
My new family will have to meet with our trainers here at the shelter, because the Mod Squad has some tips on training me that they should continue once I go home. So, stop on by and meet me…I am cute !!!
Train your Best Friend @ HAWS who offers classes for puppies through adults. HAWS dogs get a special discount but all dogs are welcome. Call 262-542-8851 ex 114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Demos at EOTL Mukwonago
Stop by our Mukwonago location throughout March for demos from some of our pet food companies!
Zignature foods are based on the science of the glycemic index for your dog.
Curious? Check out one of our demo dates for more info!
Nature’s Variety provides high quality kibble, canned and raw pet food. They would love to give you more information on optimum nutrition for your pet!
Have a wonderful day!
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.