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Where's the...Salt?

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The first thing you can do for your pet's health is read your labels. 

Dogs Naturally magazine has a great tip for evaluating what is really in your pet's food--check out their article, "The Salt Divider."  (Hint--it's not really about the salt!)

The moral of the story is: read your labels and do some research. Do not allow the visual on the package or the perception of certain ingredients determine your overall purchasing decision.


Five More Health Tips!

Visit healthypets.mercola.com--Dr. Becker's article shares the top 5 ways to avoid pointless veterinary expenses.

Story at-a-glance

Once again, skin allergies and ear infections topped the list of reasons pets saw their vets in 2013. However, those weren’t the most expensive to treat of last year’s top 10 most common disorders.

Many of the illnesses and diseases on last year’s list can be partially or entirely prevented by pet owners who incorporate a few common-sense tips into the care they provide their dog or cat.

These tips include feeding biologically appropriate nutrition, keeping your pet lean and well-exercised, brushing his teeth, avoiding unnecessary vaccinations, and keeping up with both at-home and veterinary wellness exams.

Many of the most common canine accidents reported in 2013 can be prevented by insuring your four-legged companion is physically fit and under your constant supervision in any situation in which she could be injured.


This Week's Adoptables from HAWS

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.


(Please click the links to see photos!)

Togo the Terrier mix

Togo is an eight year old terrier mix.  He is very cute but has big dog mentality and does not like to be picked up.  He is a real dog, you know--no purses for him.  He prefers an adult only home that knows how to treat him well!

Jane the Green-Eyed Beauty

Jane is a beautiful 12 year old kitty that is hoping to find a home that will love her the rest of her retirement.  She has been on special food for the last 5 years and it works very well for her and has had no problems since she started it.  She promises to greet you as you enter the shelter so come by today to say hi to Jane!


Lakeland Adoptables at Mukwonago EOTL

Stop by the Mukwonago EOTL Friday, June 6th between 1-4pm to meet adoptables from Lakeland Animal Shelter.  Check out our Store Events calendar to see upcoming Lakeland visits.

Your new FURever friend may just be waiting here for you!


Spinal Manipulation & Holistic Consultations for Your Pet

Dr. Witte comes to our Mukwonago store every Wednesday to do consultations, cold laser therapy and/or spinal manipulations for your pet. Consultations include discussion of holistic options regarding nutrition, supplements and essential oils.

Appointments are for 20 minutes and include both consultation and adjustment. Call the store to reserve your spot: 262-363-3338.

In addition to coming to our Mukwonago store every Wednesday, Dr. Deanna Witte also offers phone consults during normal business hours at her clinic.  Call her at 262-736-1212 to schedule. Please be sure she has your pet's records to review before hand.  Phone consultations are $45 to start; additional charges may be necessary for extended appointments.

About Witte’s Veterinary Care:

Veterinary service providing traditional and alternative treatment options for your pets. Services include spinal manipulative therapy, cold laser therapy, wellness exams with individualized vaccination schedules, medical treatment, aromatherapy/therapeutic oils, Western herbs, nutrition counseling, and whole food supplementation. House calls available upon request.

Visit Witte’s Natural Veterinary Care on Facebook for more information. 


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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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