Sunday, September 27, 2009
Cat grooming is becoming very popular and why not? Most people love to snuggle with their cats but some are allergic, or the cat hair is flying all over the place. But with grooming you can take an ordinary cat and turn it into an extraordinary cat.
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Dr. Sarah – A Profile in Compassionate Service to Companion Animals
Sarah Wooten loves animals, great and small. From an early age, she felt a deep kinship with and profound love for all animals, thanks in part to growing up in a family that included dogs, cats, ducks, goats, horses … even peacocks! As a teenager and after conversations with a local veterinarian, Sarah realized that her calling in life was to work with animals and she set a course to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Later, armed with an undergraduate degree in Biology from Wheaton College, she entered the doctoral program at the prestigious UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, where she graduated in 2002. Fresh from veterinary school, Dr. Sarah kicked-off her career as a lead veterinarian at a large veterinary clinic. Almost two years later, she moved into another leadership role as Team Leader/Veterinarian at a veterinary hospital. In 2007, she worked part-time at a shelter, where she managed wellness of shelter pets, performed sterilization surgeries, conducted monthly vaccine clinics and wrote shelter health protocols.
When we asked Dr. Sarah what she loved the most about practicing veterinary medicine, she said, “helping families”. She said, “Seeing the look on a face of a pet parent when you save their dear companion’s life is an amazing experience.” Dr. Sarah leads an active life in Colorado with her husband Aaron and their three children Riley, Aricin and Kael.
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Friday, September 25, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Here is one of my all time favorite speakers Teri DiMarino. I was so blessed to have had a chance to sit in on her Brusher/ Bather Certificate Program where pet bathers-in-training, future groomers, and salon owners benefited from the day-long program with tips on equipment and products to make the groomer job easier. I have been grooming for 17 years and walked away with some very great tips.
Teri has been a salon owner for nearly thirty years and a mobile groomer for another five. Teri has written for all the industry publications including Barkleigh Productions when she took the position of Industry Consultant, Sales and Marketing. She also writes the business column and feature articles in Groomer To Groomer magazine (my favorite magazine.) She was the professional consultant for the Animal Planet reality show, Groomer Has It. Teri regularly lectures at trade shows and consults with pet styling businesses, specializing in teaching everyday grooming and bathing techniques, salon set-up, and time management efficiency. She is a Sanctioned Judge for many grooming competitions. She is one very classy lady.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
This man is Frank Brown, he is the official greeter at Groom Expo in Hershey PA. Frank is a warm and friendly man with always something nice to say. It been four years since the last time I saw him and he hasn't changed a bit. He sits or stands at the entrance to the registration area and so he indeed greets each and everyone that walks through the halls.
How did someone get so much niceness!!! He loves people and it shows.
Thank you Frank for making me feel so welcomed.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
If you haven't yet participated in our popular "Ask Dr. Jane" series, you're missing out on a great treat.
While you can learn a great deal about HealthyPetNet products from our web sites and sell sheets, nothing compares to having direct access to the product formulator ... which is exactly what the "Ask Dr. Jane" series is all about!
Tomorrow (Wed Sept 9) night, Dr. Jane will devote several minutes to discuss the importance of using Ear Care Formula. This herbal product helps to dissolve ear wax, eliminate odors and rid ear canals of dirt and debris. Best of all, this unique formula has a soothing effect on the ears that can last for several hours. We hope that you will take full advantage of this fantastic service. We look forward to your participation in our next "Ask Dr. Jane" conference call tomorrow night!
PLEASE NOTE: To participate, dial (218) 844-0860 and enter pass code 626116# after the prompt. Once you join the call, please follow the moderator's directions to reduce background noise, so that everyone can hear Dr. Jane clearly. Please remember, Dr. Jane cannot legally advocate any treatment by phone or by email. We ask that you please refrain from asking Dr. Jane any diagnostic questions. If you have condition-specific questions about companion animals, either real or hypothetical, we strongly urge you to seek the medical advice and attention of your veterinarian.
To learn more and order go to http://www.pipschoice.com
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Friday, September 4, 2009
NuVet Labs: Our scientists, veterinarians and formulators began with the premise that most pet diets are lacking the proper amounts of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. There are important nutrients that animals once received when they were living in a more primitive environment that are not available in the modern diet. Commercial pet foods contain numerous by-products that can make them poisonous, toxic and incapable of reducing the devastating effects of unstable oxygen molecules, also known as "free radicals." Free radicals have been implicated in more than fifty health problems in humans and animals including various forms of cancer, heart disease, arthritis, cataracts and premature aging.
This is for first time customers only.
Pet Tag is courtesy of Spotts Dog Care and not of NuVet Labs.
- Log onto www.nuvet.com/42299 or call 1-800-474-7044 use order code 42299
- Order 90 count bottle or higher of NuVet Plus supplements
- Email your customer account number to email@example.com Chose Color, Size, Style Include your name, address and telephone number (if I need to contact you for clarification)
- Allow 4 weeks for delivery
Thursday, September 3, 2009
HealthyPetNet findings Potato product is a filler? First, what is your definition of filler? Second, what is your definition (or preconceived idea) of potato product? Potato Product is the legal term that is mandated by AAFCO (American Association of Feed Control Officials). Although it may sound bad, it is the only term you can use if you care to abide by the law. Many pet food create their own terminology and in doing so, they fall out of compliance with AAFCO. Of course, the penalties are small so it happens quite frequently. This non-compliance makes the pet food maker the final authority on what is in their pet food. There is no way to check with another authority. In other words, if I choose to say 'Fresh Idaho Potato's' (instead of the AAFCO term 'Potato Product'), what does that really mean? The pet food maker now becomes the final authority and defines it any way they see fit. HealthyPetNet is interested in being transparent and in being legal. By the way, even though we have spent much time explaining Potato Product, we no longer use it in our formula. This was done almost 1 year ago (along with some other changes) but the analysis website hasn't updated it's information to reflect this. Incidentally, Potato product was removed to help eliminate this type of argument. However, it was used successfully for 9 years prior without any problems. I am not aware of the Purdue study which states that using fat in the first 4 ingredients causes bloat in large breeds. I do know, however, that many large breed dog breeders are using Life's Abundance dog food with fantastic results. Again, this goes back to ethics. If this were a real problem, an ethical company would change it's formula to keep up with the science, including us. http://www.pipschoice.com/
Last night there was a disruption in our internet service, which affected Trilogy’s web sites. The interruption in service was due to a fiber cut near Trilogy’s headquarters, through no fault of our own.Our IT Department worked diligently with AT&T to resolve the issue Service was fully restored at approximately 11:30 pm EST on Wednesday. We anticipate no further outages.We thank you for your patience in this matter and apologize for any inconvenience the disruption of service may have caused.
You can now place your orders.
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Potty Park is an indoor place for your dog to relieve himself. All to often I hear about the "bad dog" going pee or poo in the house. Well, I for one, rather have my dogs go to the potty outside. But if you have a hard time getting your pet outside, if you work all day, if you live in an apartment and so on, Potty Park is for you. Ask yourself these questions:
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