How to Build a Better Bowl
If you are like many pet parents, you want nothing but the best for your furkids. We all want our pets to live a long happy life—one where they are not only healthy, but they thrive!
There has been a lot of concerning news being reported lately regarding pet food and how it may effect your pet’s health. Our goal at End of the Leash has always been to provide the safest, healthiest products for your pets. Join us for a fun informative evening with Dr. Deanna Witte, owner of Witte’s Natural Veterinary Care as we navigate some questions like:
What is DCM? Can this be prevented?
What is Taurine? Where does it come from?
I have a pet with allergies; how do I change their food?
What are the advantages/disadvantages to grain free and grain inclusive foods?
What is the most appropriate food for my pet? Do I need to change the food I am currently feeding?
I have a budget to work within; how can I feed a better bowl?
How do I know the ingredients in the food I am feeding are not only safe, but healthy?
I am interested in adding some living foods; how do I do that?
WHAT: How to Build a Better Bowl
WHERE: End of the Leash, Mukwonago
WHEN: Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 from 7-9pm
COST: Free! (For every person that attends, End of the Leash will donate $5 to Lakeland Animal Shelter; 1 donation per household.)
RESERVE YOUR SPOT: Call 262-363-3338 or Respond to this event on Facebook. Please let us know you’re coming so we know how much room to make in our store!
BRING A CHAIR: Please bring a comfy lawn chair if you have one! If you need a chair please request one when reserving your space by calling the store. We want to be able to accommodate everyone who would like to attend!
Get answers to questions you have been concerned with. Together, lets figure out how to feed the best bowl possible for your pet. As a bonus, we’ll raise some money for Lakeland Animal Shelter and give away some prizes in a drawing (must be present to win)!
Looking for a new harness for your pup?
You’ll love The Everything Harness by Canada Pooch! It’s everything your dog needs in a no-pull harness.
No pull front D-ring attachment
Back D-Ring leash attachment
Adjustable & customizable neck and girth fit
Breathable mesh exterior on pink, red and black harness
Water-resistant exterior on all patterned harnesses
End of the Leash carries sizes small to XL in 4 different designs. Stop in to check them out!
New to Us: HoneyCure
From their website:
HoneyCure is a revolutionary new wound care product from EnBiologics, engineered from organic certified medical-grade honey and compounded with natural ingredients. Made from FDA-approved Manuka honey, HoneyCure is a triple-action product: antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and pest-repellent. Simply mix well, apply to the wounded area, and watch as your animal’s wound heals with less discomfort and fewer complications than ever before.
By treating with HoneyCure, your animal can experience state-of-the-art veterinary care. As opposed to traditional wound care treatment, where wounds are kept try to promote scabbing and avoid the risk of infection, HoneyCure utilizes the process of wet wound healing by providing a moist, antibacterial, osmotic environment. This keeps the wound hydrated and quickens the healing process, reducing the time for the wound to heal by as much as half.
Interested? Stop in at End of the Leash and chat with our staff about this amazing product. We sell the 1 and 2oz tubes, as well as the 2 and 4oz jars.
HAWS PET 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.
Tuti is a petite, thirteen year old domestic short hair cat. She is a senior feline, but don't overlook this darling gal. A true lap cat, she enjoys a good cuddle and lets you know by unabashedly purring. Tuti lives in our small cat colony room, so she not only likes humans, but also gets along with cats. Would you like to provide Totally Awesome Tuti a lap to snuggle on? Visit her at HAWS!
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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.