WE OFFER GROOMING, BOARDING, DOGGIE DAYCARE, AND FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE FOR BOARDING.WE ARE A SMALL FAMILY OWNED (MYSELF AND MY 5 DAUGHTERS) BUSINESS WITH 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU. BLAINE, BROOKLYN PARK, AND RAMSEY/ANOKA GROOMING IS BY APPOINTMENT MON. - SAT BOARDING IS AVAIL. 7 DAYS A WEEK. REASONABLE RATES.
Douglas Animal Hospital's staff is small, but their hearts are big. They take special care of all animals, whether furry, feathered, or scaled with a range of services ranging from annual vaccinations to veterinary acupuncture. What's more, general wellness appointments are made easier thanks to a slew of on-site conveniences. Digital x-rays provide immediate viewing of images, and an in-house pharmacy and lab mean that owners won't have to leave to get their pets' medications or test results.
Feather boas, oversize glasses, and false mustaches mounted on sticks rarely fail to get a party started. At least that’s what Picture Perfect Photo Booth's attendants count on as they lug those and other props to galas ranging from company picnics to graduation parties to family reunions. Once they've arrived and set up their black-curtained booth, partygoers can begin layering on whimsical accessories to take a silly photo or to pose as a long-lost family member just passing through town. Patrons can opt for either black-and-white or color photos, and can even customize the layout of their photo strips.
Dog City Dog Park is an indoor and outdoor doggy playground for temperate dogtime throughout the year—and with today's deal, you'll receive unlimited access to this canine castle from the beginning of June, through the dog days of July and August, and up until the end of September. The park provides all the accoutrements needed to send your puppy into paroxysms of delight, including tennis balls, chew and tug toys, water, and more, so let your pooch pal off its leash to cavort happily, haplessly, and safely across the vast, open space inside. Like a swanky dog gym that thinks it's for people, Dog City is open 24/7 to members—meaning your dog can work off his excess energy at midnight in a cool, climate-controlled environment without disrupting sleeping children, dozing grandparents, or the diurnal bat nest above your bed's headboard. Members also have access to Canine Camp, a program similar to doggy daycare that usually runs for $20 a day (there's a "three days for the price of two" special during summer). Today's deal also includes a one-hour doggy-psychology session that specializes in issue identification and correction.
For Andy and Rachel Lee of Art and Frame World, their framing projects don't end at two-dimensional objects. Photos surround a folded American flag to depict a beloved family member in his military years. A commemorative Minnesota Twins jersey hangs with sleeves folded to show off its decorative patches. A Stratocaster guitar, signed by Jon Bon Jovi and his band, floats on mounts next to a gold record and a ruby-encrusted 8-track tape. This attention to detail is also apparent in the business's traditional frame jobs, which ensconce photographs in intricate patterns. Conservation items such as acid-free matting and UV-protective glass ensure that prized artwork is kept safe from the elements.
Third-generation barbecue master Willie J. Bridgeforth III, owner of Willie B.'s Memphis BBQ Catering, has traveled from Mississippi to Memphis learning to prepare authentic southern barbecue for catered events. The business-luncheon menu ($9–$12/person) boasts five combo options with seasoned meat that marinates for 24 hours, smokes for eight hours with three woods, is basted with an 18-ingredient sauce, and scored a 1430 on the SATs. The combos sate luncheon-goers with two side dishes, including creamy coleslaw, Memphis mac 'n' cheese, or Susie Q.'s southern baked beans. Generous helpings of cornbread help sop up leftover sauce from crispy chicken, pork chops, or racks of pork ribs that can form the centerpiece of a corporate get-together or post-LARPing dragonfeast.