RSS

Whoo-hoo! It's a Dog party

7/10/14 2:52 PM

You're invited to a great party near downtown Denver, Colorado this Saturday, July 12th between 11:00am and 3:00pm.  Best of all it's FREE!  

The MaxFund, a local Denver no kill shelter, has teamed up with Purina and lots of entertainers and vendors to celebrate the opening of its Wellness Center.  There will be live bands, food and wonderful vendors including yours truly, LeashLocket.

Read More
Posted in News By Val Marshall

Infants and Dogs: A Perfect Match

One of the most devastating things for a young child is to be held back from play or social excursions with others because of allergies. Not only do allergies have the potential to interfere with kids’ social lives, they can also disrupt a child’s natural tendency to spend time in the Great Outdoors, and put an end to bonding activities with pets, including walking the dog amidst natural scenery. 

Read More
Posted in News By Val Marshall

Friday, April 11th, is National Pet Day! Let's celebrate! For details about National Pet Day, check out their website. If you have been looking at adopting a pet, this is a great day to do it! There are many events around the country and if you are looking to adopt, you may be able to find an event at your local shelter. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for details on our contest coming up on Friday, you could win a LeashLocket for you or a friend!

Read More
Posted in News By Leah Overton

Leash Laws

2/26/14 10:05 AM

Are you confused by leash laws? You’re not the only one! Leash laws vary by state, as well as by municipality. Some states require dogs to be on a leash at all times, others are more lenient and still others only require certain breeds to be on leashes. Some laws dictate the length of the leash, others the type of leash. No wonder we are all confused! But, the bottom line is, leash laws are there to protect you and your pooch and hopefully accidents are avoided when the laws are obeyed. They also protect dog owners and non-owners alike. Even though most dogs don’t mean any harm by jumping on others (they’re just excited!) there is still the possibility that an injury can occur, which isn’t good for anyone involved.

Read More
Posted in News By Leah Overton