March Newsletter 2018

01March Madness…
It’s that time of year again, March Madness. For some it’s the basketball tournament office pool, but for those of us with dogs we know the madness is in the house. March is cabin fever time when the dogs are a little stir crazy and we are all ready for spring. How do we cope? With sales on all kinds of things! During the month of March check out sales on Primal Frozen bones, cases of Fromm dog & cat cans, new interactive toys, new collars by Jess Betts designs and Up Country, outdoor products by Kurgo and check out the “tried & true, but need to make room for new items” sale table. A new sale every week, watch Facebook, Instagram or just stop in for the latest.

Many Happy Returns…
Leash on Life appreciates all the support we receive from our loyal customers throughout the year. We always remember we would not be here without you. We do our best to give back to the community which has been so kind of us. During 2017 here are just a few of the organizations we have supported with monetary donations, product donations, or donations of our time. When you spend your dollars with us your pet gets quality products and together we care for our community.

*Friends of the Animal Center Foundation *
Paws and More Animal Shelter*
*Safe Heaven of Iowa County* 02
*Last Hope rescue*
*Fur Fun rescue*
*Farm Sanctuary*
* Therapy Dogs of Johnson County *
*Johnson County Humane Alliance*
*Johnson County Humane Society*
*Witty Kitties *
*RARE, Raptor Advocacy Rehabilitation & Education*
*Iowa Equine & Awareness League*

Iowa City Pride * North Liberty Food Pantry * Compeer * Regina Education Center * Crisis Center * Breast Cancer fundraiser * Hospice walk * Bird House * Bur Oak Land Trust * UI Dance Marathon * American Heart Association, Go Red for Women * United Way, Power of the Purse * Numerous Iowa City & North Liberty Schools * NAMI*
03Clean Up!

As we wait for spring we are all reminded of the ‘great spring melt down.’ Yes, after many winter months of keeping warm from the freezing temperatures, everyone is ready to be outside. This means making your way through all the slush and muck. While dirty dogs may have more fun, the same may not be true for your floors and furniture. Our new Tall Tails Paw Mitts are just the thing to keep in the car or at your door. Absorbent and machine washable they absorb the grim and make for easy cleanup.


Adoptable Dog of the Month, Pretty Girl…
04Pretty Girl is a sweet senior looking for a place to call her own. She is deaf and blind, so it will take her awhile to get the run of new house. She sees the world through her nose. Pretty Girl is available through the Iowa City Adoption Center, call (319) 356-5295 or visit to learn more about all the animals at the Center.