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Summer Fun with Fido


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Summer is here, and that means more opportunities to enjoy the warm weather with your canine companion!

Backpacking: Preparing for a Backpacking Hike with Your Dog

Paddling: Tips for canoeing, kayaking, or SUP

Safety: Safely boating with your pet and safety tips for swimming and deep water

 

And don't forget: our Summer Fun (Customer Appreciation) event in July! Here are all the details.

WHAT: End of the Leash's 4th Annual Customer Appreciation Day

WHEN: Saturday, July 21st, 2018 from 10am-3pm

WHERE: End of the Leash Mukwonago, 325 Bay View Road
 

We have over 20 vendors who will be here sharing their knowledge of their products and providing samples for your pet to try.  Various rescues will be here as well, like the folks from ArrowBichon & Little BuddiesGRROW (Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin)Elmbrook Humane SocietyLakeland Animal Shelter, and more! A delicious variety of food will be provided again this year by Winston's Wishes!

Our friends at Health Hut will be joining the fun this year!  Don't miss the chance to visit all their demo booths and talk to their vendors.
 

Enjoy these memories of our Summer Fun Days so far. We hope to see you there this year and make lots more!

 

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.

 This week we are featuring Oliver again! He is a 4 year old Plott Hound Mix. Oliver is your typical hound as he enjoys using his nose to explore the world around him--he reminds us of Mr. Twist in Charles Dickens' novel. He came to Wisconsin from Florida where he was found as a stray and he is now looking for his "furever" family!

This week we are featuring Oliver again! He is a 4 year old Plott Hound Mix. Oliver is your typical hound as he enjoys using his nose to explore the world around him--he reminds us of Mr. Twist in Charles Dickens' novel. He came to Wisconsin from Florida where he was found as a stray and he is now looking for his "furever" family!

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