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They're Baa-aaack!

Oh, yes. Some of us are finding them on our furry friends already this year!  Spring seems to be in full swing here in southeastern Wisconsin, and with that, flea and tick season begins.

At End of the Leash we have several different types of natural, safe and effective products to meet your needs for fighting fleas and ticks!  Swing by one of our locations and talk to one of our knowledgeable staff about which products are best for you and your pet.

We also pulled up a few informative articles that help educate about the traditional chemical flea and tick treatments, as well as help you sort out and understand some of the options out there for natural treatments.

EPA Alerts Pet Owners to Dangers of Flea/Tick Products by Dr. Karen Becker

FLEAS and TICKS: the battle rages on and your fears are spot-on by Dr. Deva Khalsa DVM


This Saturday...

Adoptables from Lakeland

Stop by the Mukwonago EOTL Saturday, March 19th between 11am-2pm to meet adoptables from Lakeland Animal Shelter!

Pewaukee Nail Clinic

Pewaukee's March nail clinic will be this Saturday the 19th from 10am-2pm.  The service is provided by Klips by Kate and it is first come, first served.


Dr. Witte at Mukwonago EOTL

Dr. Deanna Witte of Witte's Natural Veterinary Care will be available again for appointments at our Mukwonago store on Wednesday, April 6th.  See our Store Events to see her scheduled visits. Appointments are for 20 minutes and include both consultation and spinal manipulation. Call the store to reserve your spot: 262-363-3338.


HAWS Pets of the Week

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.

Charlie is a 8 year old Pit Bull Mix. He is very strong and also jumps up to give kisses, and may knock a child down or accidentally bop them in the face with his muzzle. He may not get along with all dogs. He is very forward, and other dogs may not tolerate his energy along with his sheer size. Sweet boy and very friendly dog. His new owner will have to work on his diet and exercise program as well. 

Ogg is a 3 year old Domestic Shorthair. He came to HAWS after he was transferred from another shelter. He is a VERY loving and affectionate young man!  Ogg is also very talkative--he would love to have a long conversation with you.  The only way to describe this cat is that he is AWESOME! 

Have 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.

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