Keepin' Warm


Keep YOU Warm!
We still have some of our locally made wool socks (below) for sale, $5 off until December 31st! 

Keep THEM Warm!
At EOTL we have a great selections of sweaters (below), plus fleece, and coats available for your pooch--stop in and check them out.   Dr. Karen Becker of healthypets.mercola.com also has some helpful tips on how to keep your pet safe and warm this winter.  ---> 10 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe in Cold Weather

 
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New Year's Hours

We will be open on New Year's Eve, and CLOSED on New Year's Day!  Normal hours resume at 9am on Tuesday, January 2nd.

 

Cabin fever already?

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Is the cold weather already putting a cramp in your pup's exercise routine?  Try some indoor games and/or enrichment activities to wear him out!  The folks at positively.com have an excellent list of 10 Simple and Fun Indoor Games for Your Dog.  Here's the list, read the article for how-to's!

  1. Hide & Seek
  2. Find the Treats
  3. Tug of War
  4. The Which Hand Game
  5. Put Your Toys Away
  6. Free Shaping Games
  7. Learning the Names of Toys
  8. Frozen Kong Recipes & Treat Dispensers
  9. Puzzle & Interactive Dog Toys
  10. The Three Cup Game
 

HAWS Pets of the Week

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.

Holly is a 6 year old miniature poodle. She will flourish in a calm house that will take the time to house train and expose her to new things slowly. Once she trusts you she does like attention and cuddling.

Holly is a 6 year old miniature poodle. She will flourish in a calm house that will take the time to house train and expose her to new things slowly. Once she trusts you she does like attention and cuddling.

Frosty is a 5 year old Pekingese. He can be slow to warm up to new people and does need help with house training. He is a cuddler when he starts to trust new people.

Frosty is a 5 year old Pekingese. He can be slow to warm up to new people and does need help with house training. He is a cuddler when he starts to trust new people.

Wishing you a wonderful New Year!
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.