Dog and Cat Clinic & Laser Center, 220 E. Kings Highway Shreveport, LA 71104 - The Dog and Cat Clinic, was founded in 1940 by Dr. Robert Franks, a graduate of Texas A&M. He owned and operated the Dog & Cat Clinic until 1985 when it was purchased by the current owner/Veterinarian, Dr. Valri E. Brown, a 1982 graduate of Auburn University, Auburn Alabama. She is the daughter of Air Force parents during elementary and middle school years. Then during high school her father retired and they moved to Alabama, hence Dr. Brown attended Auburn University for her Veterinary training. Upon graduation she immediately moved to Louisiana where she did a 3 month internship for a veterinarian in Minden and then went to work for Dr. Franks. Three years later she purchased the practice!The practice is an all small animal practice, exclusively specializing in dogs and cats and prides itself on personal, friendly service with excellent individual one-on-one care for you and your pet. The clinic's warm and inviting atmosphere will make you feel right at home. We treasure our long-term clients who founded the clinic as well as our new clients responsible for our continued growth, success and future expansion. Dr. Brown has put together a wonderful, caring, and competent staff who are genuinely concerned about the service they provide and helping your pet lead a longer, healthier, happier life.
Country: 220.127.116.11, North America, US
City: -97.822 , United States
Bought to exterminate scorpions in the house. Works great. I alternate this with Suspend every 30 days in the warm months. Safe for people, pets, horses once it dries. No residue or odor. One vial mixes with 2 gallons of water in a sprayer.
I love Marrakesh products. I have ordered 3 sets from here, but the last set had the lids taped on the shampoo and conditioner and they still leaked. Some of the labels were worn off. Not a very attractive set.
I like it. I started with the Gospel according to St. John because it was Easter time when I downloaded it and I wanted to compare the differences between John's story and the other gospels. The sermon on Sunday recently had a mention about the contrast between the "writers" and it was fascinating. Go, Father Stan! But I digress. Back to the book: I like the way there are footnotes and if you click on a little number by a sentence, then you go to the footnote, and then can go back and continue reading. It took me a while to figure out how to get back, since it did not occur to me to just hit the back button on the Kindle Fire (1st generation), so I got lost a few times by going from footnote to footnote. And you have to be careful while you are reading. You touch the page on the right side to page forward to the next page (that is usual in the Kindle Fire) and if you are not careful and there is a footnote number where you touch, then it can catapult you into a footnote page.
There is simply nothing that compares to using CAD on a mac !!! ; It's AutoCAD re-designed as software programs should be used: intuitive, smart, cross-platform, collaborative. I've used all PC releases of AutoCAD from 2006 onwards, including 3D, Architectural Desktop and Revit. , and on a mac with parallels partition.
I just had a 10" Solatube installed in my bedroom by the manufacturer. I went with the solatube since the way the eaves of the roof came down it was difficult to add more windows. It's the biggest waste of $500 that I've ever spent. It's in relatively small area of a bigger room that doesn't get a lot of light. The tube hardly changes the atmosphere of the room. Not sure if I should tell the installer to take it out, but that's just going to cost me more. I know other people have had more success with these, but I feel it's important to state that not everyone finds this product wonderful.
A very good song that is getting some increased attention lately -- for a good reason! Thanks very much. BrBa
In the early 2000's, I was pretty intensely into Dance Dance Revolution. And when this came around, I rolled my eyes at the franchise as a cheap clone. Turns out this is actually a really well done title. My only real beef has been with the "sing along" mode. You can't turn that OFF, and it keeps detecting the games own music as perfect singing, which it then gives to player one. Player one will always win because of this. Period. Very annoying design flaw.