Practitioner: Dr. April M. Woods
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Brands Used: Hospira, Surflo, Abott, Orastrip, Virbac, Abaxis, IDEXX.
Peticub Pet Pharmacy helps maintain the health of dogs, cats, horses, and other pets with an extensive inventory of supplies, which includes herbal and natural remedies. The company's licensed pharmacists administer the same high-quality medications used by the veterinarian industry, all of which receive EPA and FDA approval before hitting the store's shelves. Peticub also carries a variety of flea and tick shampoos to eliminate unwanted pests, as well as allergy relief for pets who suffer from seasonal itching or sneezing fits whenever they're around humans. For orders from its online store, the company offers free standard shipping on all products.
The canine caretakers at Rover Kennels are friendly, attentive, and experienced, and have been repeatedly recognized by the readers of Tails Magazine and the U.S. Commerce Association for excellence in pet grooming and boarding. The sage and experienced dog walkers will take aerobics-starved schnauzers for five one-hour canine constitutionals with today's deal. Fully bonded, licensed, and insured, Rover Kennels can arrange for walks, runs, or hikes to tire out pups, rendering them less likely to issue unsolicited cooking advice.
The recipe for the typical crepe is simple—a bit of flour, milk, water, a few eggs, some butter, and a dash of salt. Yet, transforming that batter into the golden, paper-thin canvases found in classic Parisian cafes—and more importantly, deciding what to put inside the crepe—requires real talent. Luckily, The Crepe Kitchen‘s master chef Yafit Barades eliminates the guesswork with her menu of made-to-order dinner and dessert crepes. With a flick of her wrist, Chef Barades creates edible envelopes for her complex and globally inspired flavors—such as the Italiano, which embellishes melted mozzarella and cheddar with pesto, turkey, and fresh basil. To satisfy their sweet hankerings, guests can enjoy butter-and-sugar, cinnamon-sugar, and Nutella crepes. For a supremely indulgent treat, patrons can tuck into the Oui Oui—a crunchy and sweet collaboration of caramelized walnuts, fresh fruit, and honey that’s more satisfying than watching your ex accidentally marry a mannequin.
Offering everything from basic schooling to in-home private lessons, “I Said Sit!” is a one-stop shop for puppy behavior, and a place where dog owners can feel safe taking their four-legged loved ones for training. Tucked away on Robertson Boulevard near the 10 freeway, “I Said Sit!” offers both four week comprehensive behavioral instruction programs (including lessons for the owner) and more limited six-lesson small group classes. They even offer training for puppies, where they learn to socialize and are housebroken. All the in-facility programs take place at the 1,600 -square foot “I Said Sit!” training room space, with rubber floors (for paw comfort). Award winning founder Jonathan Klein is considered one of the best trainers in the city.