Could you recognize the signs of heat exhaustion in your dog? Did you know he can only cool down by panting and through sweat glands in his paw pads and nose?
Play it safe this summer and check out this MUST READ article by Dr. Karen Becker, "12 Signs Your Pet Is Too Hot: Can You Recognize Them All?"
- Keeping your pet safe and healthy during the summer months is easy if you understand that your dog or cat doesn’t handle heat the same way you do… and if you recognize the signs of overheating in your pet
- Tips for keeping pets safe in the heat include never leaving them in a parked car, keeping them off hot pavement, limiting outdoor exercise to the coolest parts of the day, and providing a constant supply of clean fresh drinking water
- If your pet is a cat and you live in the city, it’s important to prevent your kitty from becoming a victim of feline high-rise syndrome
End of the Leash Express at Fido Fest
Susie, Joe and Amy will be debuting our new End of the Leash Express at Central Bark Fido Fest in Wawatosa this weekend!
Central Bark Fido Fest is Milwaukee’s "ultimutt" day out and fun for the whole family (two-legged and four-legged!) Enjoy a day filled with a wide array of vendors, doggy activities, lure coursing, dock diving, live music, great food, contests, demonstrations, the K9 splash zone, and much more!! Fido Fest will benefit Barkley’s Forever Friends.
Fido Fest is held at Hart Park in Wauwatosa--check out the Fido Fest website for all the details. We'll be there from 11am-4pm this Saturday, June 13th. See you there!
Get one-on-one dog training with Debbie Karnes
EOTL Mukwonago is excited to have Debbie Karnes of Canine Home School at our store to offer individual training sessions!
She will be at our store monthly, and her next visit is Thursday, June 18th from 3-6:30pm.
Call EOTL at 262.363.3338 to schedule a half hour session for you and your dog to work on the problem of your choice with Debbie--for only $30!
From her website:
"I will provide you with the knowledge that you will need to form a long-lasting relationship with your best friend. Using force free, positive reinforcement training methods you will see how quickly your dog wants to learn."
Talk to your pet in a whole new way!
Animal Communicator Carolee Biddle of Animal Connections will be back in our Mukwonago store on June 20th from 11am-3pm. The cost is $55 for a 30-minute session. To schedule your appointment, please call us at 262-363-3338.
Curious about animal communication? Want to learn more? Visit Carolee's website at www.animal-connections.com for insight on this intimate, effective tool you can use to bond with your animal companion and communicate with them in a whole new way! You can also visit her Facebook page.
Carolee was trained and mentored by Rebecca Moravec, and she is who Rebecca referred her clients to when her health interfered with her ability to accept appointments. We are honored and excited to have her join us.
Pewaukee Nail Clinic for June
Pewaukee's June nail clinic will be Saturday the 20th from 10am-2pm. The service is provided by Klips by Kate and it is first come, first served.
For future Pewaukee Nail Clinic dates, please refer to our Store Events Calendar or call us at 262.696.6052. We will be having them monthly, just on varying Saturdays.
Lakeland Adoptables at Mukwonago EOTL
Stop by the Mukwonago EOTL to meet
- Friday, June 26th from 2pm-5pm
- Saturday, June 27th from 11am-2pm
Did you know that Lakeland Animal Shelter cares for over 2,500 animals every year in the SE Wisconsin area? At any given time, they house 40-60 dogs and 150-400
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.
Hope you're having a pawsome week!
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.