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Valentines Day Is Fast Approaching

  Everytime Valentines Day comes around, what do you think about?  Chocolate , flowers, going out to dinner or just a nice dinner at home.....  I want to send a reminder out that Chocolate and certain flowers are poisonus to our pets.  If you have a puppy that gets into everything, please make sure these things are put up out of reach. Cats go everywhere, so it will be tough to keep flowers out of their reach. Put the flowers in a room with the door closed when you are not able to supervise your kitty. 

  If you want to go out to your special dinner and need a Professional Pet Sitter to check on your babies while you are gone to Tucson to a special resturant, give us a call. 520-249-6635. We still have some space on our schedule.

  Have a wonderful and safe Valentines Day!!!

                                


 

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