The seasoned technicians at Sams Gas efficiently refill 20-pound propane tanks, perfectly designed for gas grills. Whether customers own their own propane reservoirs or buy one from Sams, a technician will fill it to the brim with fresh-from-the-farm propane gas, lauded for being nontoxic and having minimal effect on the environment or the indigenous dryer-sheet trees that spring up in lint filters.
Most pet owners consider their furry friends to be full members of the family, with privileges that meet or exceed those of their human roommates. With that in mind, it's understandable that some people would reject the one-size-fits-all approach to veterinary medicine. Licensed vet Dr. Deanna DeVuyst certainly understands. That's why she started Home Healing Animal Clinic, LLC, a mobile practice that delivers holistic treatments to pets during old-fashioned house calls. Whether she's redirecting animal energy during acupuncture treatments or mixing up a traditional Chinese herbal remedy, Dr. DeVuyst keeps her patients comfortable and relaxed. In addition to dogs and cats, Dr. DeVuyst also heals horses with equine acupuncture treatments.
The first mobile HydroDog station went on patrol in Australia in 1994, bringing dog-bathing and grooming services directly to clients' homes. Back stateside in 2011, Anthony Amos launched a fleet of blue, dog-shaped trailers, towed by his groomer's vehicles, kicking off his own HydroDog franchise. Furry friends hop aboard the whimsical, climate-controlled trailers during appointments. There, groomers clean dogs with a minimum of two tearless shampoos, de-mat tangled hair, and condition fur before cleansing the ears and smoothing the nails. A citrus treatment free of harsh chemicals and pesticides wards off pests such as fleas, ticks, or smaller dogs hiding in fur. After sessions, HydroDog's groomers disinfect all tools and equipment.