End of the Leash

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Why You Shouldn't Use Retractable Leashes


Here at End of the Leash, we want the best for you and your pets. We spend countless hours researching foods and pet care items, and the companies that make them, to bring you only the highest quality and safest products!

One thing we DO NOT have on our shelves are retractable leashes. While we understand how some may feel they are a convenient way to leash your dog, they are repeatedly proven not safe. Not only can they cause harm to your dog, but to you as well.

Whole Dog Journal has a nice little article summing up our thoughts on the use of retractable leashes. We encourage you to take a few moments and check it out.

—-> Reel It In – Why I Don’t Like Retractable Leashes


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Our sale for Frozen Friday, August 30th, is Small Batch. All Small Batch is 20% off!

We love the Small Batch company for so many reasons…they source their meat from small family farms on the West Coast with animals that are raised humanely on pasture and without antibiotics or hormones. All of their produce is certified organic. And instead of synthetic added vitamins, they use herbs, greens, and kelp to supply nutrition for your pet.

What’s not to love!?



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