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Crooked Tails Veterinary Clinic
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Crooked Tails Veterinary Clinic in Prineville is searching for a part-time or full time licensed technician to join our team. We are located 30 miles from Bend with plenty of outdoor recreation nearby. Our ideal candidate would have excellent technical and communication skills, is able to multitask and can handle a fast paced work environment. New grads encouraged to apply, on the job training provided. Hourly wage dependent on experience. Housing opportunity available. Please email your resume and letter of interest to bethany@crookedtails.com, or bring it by the clinic.

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Who says dogs and cats can't get along!
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Very cool program for uniting shelter animals with adopters even across long distances.

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Time to go cuddle up with your pooch - it might benefit your health! http://n.pr/115JcWZ

"Recent studies have even linked up contact with pets when we're young with a decreased risk of allergies and autoimmune disorders later in life."

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Check out Dr.Bethany's cat Cosmo on step 2 of the Litter Kwitter training program. So far so good! Has anyone else ever used this successfully before?
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Don't miss this event coming up benefiting the Humane Society of the Ochocos. Should be a great time!

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Despite the wet weekend we took our dogs out for a hike to Steins Pillar (and even saw some sunshine!) Anyone else brave the weather with their pets this weekend? 
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Steins Pillar Hike
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Must be Friday afternoon at Crooked Tails...

Have a great St.Paddys day everyone and make sure to get some photos of your pets in green!
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Hey everyone, we are about to come into kitten season - here are a few small tips on starting your new pets down a path of lifelong health.

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Amazing driving dogs (don't try this at home!): http://youtu.be/BWAK0J8Uhzk

Anybody have a dog or cat that they have trained to do something amazing?
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