Perrigo Animal Health Receives SQF Certification
Comprised of Sergeant's, SENTRY® and PetArmor® brands, Perrigo Animal Health brings quality, affordable flea and tick treatments, health and well-being solutions, and consumables for dogs and cats to grocery, mass, dollar, drug, club and pet specialty …
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Perrigo Animal Health Receives SQF Certification
Meet Haston and Larry, two English bulldogs who live in Menton. Bulldogs are such fun and have the most beautiful temperaments and of course are such clowns. Look at the expression on the faces of these two!
Thanks so much to my friend Sylvie who arranged for me to meet these two and their lovely owner Celine in the Parc de Pian in Menton.
We posted a video earlier in the week that showed cats stealing food from the dogs’ dishes. Which begs the question: does this kind of stuff happen in your house? At my house, we keep the cat food behind a baby gate to keep the dogs out, and my dogs don’t eat slowly enough to […]
In yesterday’s outfit post, I gushed about the incredible pair of ankle boots I was wearing. And today, I’m absolutely thrilled to be offering you the chance to win a pair of your very own! Called the Madison Boots, they’re made by one of my new favorite companies, a footwear and leather goods line called Trask. Inspired by the independent spirit of the great American west, Trask provides beautifully crafted shoes, boots, sandals, and accessories for women and men who appreciate artisanal quality and timeless style. This season the women’s collection offers stylish riding boots, booties and flats that strike the perfect balance between form and function. I’m being completely serious when I tell you guys that I’m in awe of the craftsmanship of these boots. They feature soft, burnished leather that is zipped up and topped off with a beautiful buckled harness strap. And their chunky, lightly distressed heel gives off a 70s bohemian vibe that I adore. They’re crazy comfortable too – and for someone who rarely wears even the slightest heel anymore, that’s saying a lot. The attention to detail that these shoes were clearly given is evident, and I couldn’t be happier to be teaming up with Trask to give away a pair to one of you.
To enter, just use the entry form below. There are several ways to enter.
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This giveaway will run through November 14th and is open to Bubby and Bean readers worldwide. The winner will be announced here (on the Rafflecopter form) within 48 hours of the end of the giveaway. Thank you again to Trask for offering our readers the chance to win a pair of their amazing Madison booties. Good luck!
PetMed Posts Dismal Q2, Lags on Earnings and Revenues – Analyst Blog
Year-over-year sales were negatively impacted by decreases in new order and reorder sales. According to the company, demand for flea and tick topical was soft in the reported quarter. Despite that, the average order size has increased to $ 75 in the …
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Pets fight the summer temperatures
We sell several different flea products. I recommend the Advantage or Frontline. It's a topical solution that you can get your pet. It protects them all month long. It kills fleas, eggs, and the whole stage. So it helps prevent your house from becoming …
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Richard Nelson's off-Broadway's SORRY Set for Next 'Theater Close-Up' on …
The plays run the emotional and thematic gamut: from Richard Nelson's cycle "The Apple Family Plays," presented by The Public Theater; Hamish Linklater's "The Vandal," presented by The Flea Theater; Denis O'Hare and Lisa Peterson's "An Iliad …
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We love to use the word “love”, don’t we? I love football and pizza and ice cream — not to mention 1,001 other things that may or may not deserve such a high accolade. The writer of Psalm 119 is not shy to proclaim what he loves. He loves the Word of God. And…
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Thank you for all you do for this breed. I rescued a Boxer/pit 2 1/2 yr old female that was used for puppies. She will be spayed and just be the loving compainion she is. Such a sweet girl and I treat her like a Queen.
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Back when it was just a foreign concept whose name was limited to public health journals and the occasional horror movie, my sister and I used to joke about Ebola. Every time we got the flu and felt like garbage we would text each other “Ugh, I have Ebola.” It was shorthand for “I feel very under the weather at the moment.”
But now that it’s finally happened, this snaking into the global population that public health experts have warned of for many years, we stopped joking about having Ebola because now we might ACTUALLY HAVE EBOLA.
I know the risks are low. They are, for now, still very low, and I am grateful for that. But it’s hard not to panic unless you turn off the TV, because all we see are bridal shops being bleached and entire school districts shutting down because someone rode on a plane with someone who might have at one point been symptomatic. My own school district just sent out an email assuring us that they have an Ebola plan in place, and we’re in San Diego, with not an exposed person to be found. Preparation is key, though, so I’m glad they are thinking of it.
I was at the doctor yesterday, for a routine sort of thing, and when they took my temperature the doctor noted it was 99.5.
“Are you feeling sick?” she asked.
“Well, I do have the tiniest bit of a sore throat, now that you mention it,” I said. “I’ve been travelling all week, and you know how that goes. I mean, I lysol that plane seat down and…” My voice trailed off as I noticed her giving me the side eye.
“Not to Dallas,” I said. “New York. No one I met had Ebola.”
“Oh, thank goodness for that,” she said. “How about West Africa?”
“No,” I said. “Do you get that a lot?”
“No,” she said.
“So you don’t think I have Ebola?” I asked, being serious.
“No,” she said.
So she gave me a flu shot instead. I had totally forgotten about the flu in the midst of this Ebolademic, to be honest. Fortunately for me, she hadn’t.
As I stood in line at the pharmacy behind an elderly emphysematics on oxygen, a guy picking up Lipitor and a diabetic purchasing insulin, I looked down at her discharge notes: take Vitamin D. Wash your hands. Get some sleep. But just to be safe, and because I want to protect my spin buddies, I decided on a self-imposed quarantine from the gym for the next 24 hours. Can’t be too careful.