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Archive for September, 2011

recent Idaho Supreme Court decision identifiedB  the IDAPA Rules to apply for approval as a prospective adoptive parent within the Department and also the Rules for appealing adverse Department decision.  Remember that a general informational series is not a substitute for actual legal representation.

Come to a FREE seminar! Karen Donaldson will be speaking on nutrition and exercise for insulin resistance, diabetes, and weight loss at Quail Ridge on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 6:00 pm. Call 233-8875 to reserve your spot. You can also call her office at 233-0593 to schedule a nutrition consult!

In short, no; cats that are hesitant to jump are uncomfortable.  Your cat is officially a senior kitty, and may have one or more diseases that we commonly diagnose in older cats, such as arthritis.  Reluctance to jump is one of the most common symptoms in cats with arthritis!  The good news is arthritis, and most other age-related diseases in cats, are treatable.  The earlier your cat is diagnosed, the more manageable those problems tend to be.  Call your veterinarian today to schedule a senior wellness exam.  Your veterinarian will likely recommend diagnostics such as bloodwork and x-rays to determine what is troubling her, and then formulate a plan to manage her discomfort.  September and October are Senior Health Awareness Months at Community Animal Hospital, and Senior Wellness screening packages are discounted.

True.  In general, advertising agencies are not deemed agents of the advertisers, because they act as principals for the services they buy on behalf of their clients.  Until next time remember…Marketing Matters.