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Understanding Poopcicles


Do you have a poop-snacker? Are the poopcicle temptations for your canine friend simply irresistible?

Our friend Dr. Karen Becker discusses this stinky habit—called coprophagia—in detail in her article Why Do Dogs Eat Poop? on healthypets.mercola.com. You can also join in the conversation on her Facebook post!


More reasons to love Auntie Jennie’s


We just had to share this awesome interview WDJT Milwaukee did with Jennifer Schwingle of Auntie Jennie’s Barkery. She’s a one-woman business—working right from her own home kitchen in Franklin, Wisconsin. End of the Leash proudly sells Auntie Jennie’s treats!

“Our mission at Auntie Jennie’s Barkery is to provide high quality dog treats that you can feel good about giving your dog every day!”

When I started Auntie Jennie’s, it was to make healthy treats for my niece and nephew dogs for Christmas. As I have grown, I am so very proud that I can provide healthy dog treats to your dog as well!! Bentley, our taste tester, can tell you that these treats are the best out there!!
– Owner, Jennifer Schwingle

Jennifer Schwingle of Auntie Jennie’s Barkery in her  interview with WDJT Milwaukee .

Jennifer Schwingle of Auntie Jennie’s Barkery in her interview with WDJT Milwaukee.

You can connect with Jennifer on her Auntie Jennie’s Barkery Facebook page.



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.

Today is all about love! Nietzsche and Winifred are a bonded pair of New Zealand mix rabbits. They adore one another, and like all bonded pairs at HAWS, will be adopted together. Nietzsche is two years old and Winifred is one. He is neutered and she is spayed. These youngsters will entertain you with their antics. Between games of chase and bunny binkies this duo is a riot! They make a BUNderful pair and would like to share their love with you!


Stay warm out there!
Your Friends at End of the Leash

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