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For years now we have known Jewel had some sort of allergy. Every fall she would itch constantly, and develop scabs around her neck from itching so much. The vet would give her a steroid shot and she would be so much better within a few days. The vet said we could do allergy testing, but it was very expensive, and it was probably just something associated with our HVAC unit that was triggering it when the heat came on. After a few years, we moved, and Jewels fall allergy wasn’t nearly as bad.
Jewel also gets feline acne on occasion. The vet suggested we buy the circle acne pads that are made for very sensitive skin and use them on her face a few times a week. It seemed to work, but we were never sure what was really causing it.
Lately Jewel has been losing weight but all her blood work and other lab tests came back normal. We even checked her stool for parasites / infection and that came back completely normal. The vet suggested we try switching her food to a “senior” diet. Continue reading →
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Her goal is always to create a personal and unique portrait of your pet, something truly beautiful that will have lasting value; not just as a beautiful oil painting of your pet, but as a work of art that captures the spirit of your pet and that singular moment that you will be sure to
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Working in a large print shop maintaining a level specific level is humidity in the air is important to keeping the presses running smoothly. While it may be important, it doesn’t always happen. Often times, the paper sucks all the moisture out of the air and quite often my skin is left very dry. Its worse in winter when the humidity level is very low due to the heat flowing through the building.