Sunday, October 15, 2006

News & Newsletter

Wow, been a while since I posted here! Have been so busy, seems I don't have time for much except sleeping & working, & not always in that order!
As most of you know, I finally won the fight with the phone company & got my old number back, so now the one in the phone book is the right one! Also, I got a new bird, a Cockatiel named Pappy. I lost my 16 year old, Charm over the summer & missed him so much, thank you Helen for trusting me with this beautiful boy. He is learning how to do a Bob White & some of Dixie so far.
Alot of you emailed & let me know you couldn't get my last newsletter open, so I thought I would put it on here for you. Enjoy & I hope to post some more later this evening. The Redskin game is on right now, so I'm going to watch that first. ;)

AMPG Pampered Pet
Angie’s Mobile Pet Grooming
Sept. 2006
Toxic Plants & More

Little Mitzi Knight went to the Rainbow Bridge this month. She was 16. I am going to miss her terribly. She was always a favorite of mine to groom. Please remember her folks in your thoughts. This newsletter is dedicated to her.

I finally have old number back!
After a few months of fighting with the phone company, I have my original number again!

We know to keep certain poisons--like antifreeze--away from our pets, but many people don’t know how toxic their houseplants are. When we are careful growing these twelve houseplants that are considered toxic, we can help to keep our pets safe. If kept in a place away from your pets, you can safely have these beautiful plants, I have a few of them myself. Just remember, dogs are like children, if you DON’T want them to do something, they will try their best to do it anyway. Better to be safe than sorry.

Aloe Vera
Boston Ivy
Dumb Cane
English Ivy
German Ivy
India Rubber Plant
Potted Chrysanthemum
Weeping Fig

For a complete list visit:
Animal Poison Control Center: 1-888-4ANI-HELP (1-800-426-4435)

I pray none of us never need to use that number, but it’s good to have just in case. Of course, always keep your vet informed if your baby swallows something he/she shouldn’t.
Hugs & Treats to you! Angie
Serving the Pet Community for over 26 years!

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