Three women, one man standing in front of building, two women holding certificates

Bringing greetings from the Town of Petawawa to owners Jillian McLellan (left) and Tina McNish (right) are Petawawa Mayor Bob Sweet (second from right) and Councillor Theresa Sabourin (second from left). Submitted photo.


End of the Leash Pet Boutique hosts grand opening block party

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Posted on Thursday September 9, 2021


New pet supply store’s mission is to “Put the Pet back into Petawawa one Paw at a Time.”

End of the Leash is the newest pet boutique in Petawawa. Their motto is to “Put the Pet back into Petawawa one Paw at a Time.” The shop is locally co-owned by Tina McNish and Jillian McLellan, who share more than 30 years of experience in the industry, and who also founded Watch My 6 Service Dogs. They provide the community with high quality, wholesome, and extremely personal experience for the pet owners of the Ottawa Valley. They held their grand opening on Aug. 28 with a block party event with special raffles, draws and giveaways. Additional vendors and suppliers attended the celebration to offer more for the public to enjoy, and a fundraising BBQ, sponsored by Hyska’s Your Independent Grocer, was also held with donations going to the Ontario SPCA Renfrew County Animal Centre. End of the Leash is located at 3067 Petawawa Blvd., Unit 4.