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Sarah Boehm Davies
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How We Came to Meet King Aries the Adorable
This is Aries. "I love you, and I am a goofball." In February 2010, I (finally) convinced my husband that we should adopt a third cat. We already had two: Tifa and Willow, who are from the same litter and were born in March 2006.  When I saw Aries on Petfin...
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How We Came to Meet King Aries the Adorable
This is Aries. "I love you, and I am a goofball." In February 2010, I (finally) convinced my husband that we should adopt a third cat. We already had two: Tifa and Willow, who are from the same litter and were born in March 2006. When I saw Aries on Petfind...
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Aries Loves Tifa
Aries has two big sisters - Tifa and Willow. They are 7 years old and are from the same litter. Willow is not overly fond of Aries - or really anyone or anything that makes sudden movements/noises. Tifa is another story. Tifa loves Aries... (Aries makes a g...
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Aries is not allowed on the kitchen table -at least, he didn't use to be. There wasn't anything too appealing there, as you can see, except for the fact that he wasn't supposed to sit on it. So, of course, he did.  One day, I came into the kitchen to this: ...
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Throwback Thursday- Baby Aries, Fashion Police
When Aries was a kitten, he was obsessed with stealing my glasses, but only when they were on my face. I would pick him up and as soon as as he got anywhere near my face - bam! Tiny kitten fists were yanking off my glasses. Maybe he was just offended that t...
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A great experience all around. The food was fantastic, the prices were great and the service was excellent. They went all out for us and were so accommodating. We had our wedding dinner here after the ceremony - a small party. They set aside the whole smaller room for us and treated us like family. We will be back, hopefully on our 1-year anniversary.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
What an awful experience. First, I went for a consultation, so that they could review my x-rays. I was told that they would pre-authorize the extractions, and then they would call so that I could make an appointment for the extractions. After 1 month of insurance hassles (not their fault - a different aggravating experience), I was able to make that appointment. On my second visit, I thought that I was going to have my wisdom teeth extracted, but was told (after an hour wait past my appt. time) that it was just an "evaluation." Basically, they told me (again) that my insurance wouldn't cover my sedation, and would only cover part of the cost of the extraction. I already knew that, and had even discussed it with them more than once on the phone - glad I drove 1/2 an hour to that appt.! I was reminded TWICE during this "evaluation" to bring payment with me, and that I would have to pay before any services would be rendered (which they told me on my first visit). Then, I had to make a third appt. and come back the following week. So, I did - this is the only place around that even accepted part of my insurance besides Katsur Dental, which had a month wait for a consultation. Finally, I came to have my wisdom teeth out. Since the sedation would have cost another $700 (twice as much as the surgery itself), I couldn't pay for it. So, they prescribed me a sedative to take before the surgery to at least relax a bit. I had 2 pills with me at this appt. When I arrived, I asked if I should take one, or if I should wait. They said I should take one, so I did. After an hour of waiting, my boyfriend asked if it would be much longer - they said it should only be a few more minutes. I waited for over 2 HOURS total past my appt. time, and by that time the sedative had worn off. I asked the dentist if I could take the second pill, but he said that it would take 1/2 an hour to take effect (and I guess that his 1/2 hour is much more valuable than my 2 1/2 hours). So, for extra fun, this whole ordeal ended with me having 3 wisdom teeth extracted while completely awake. At least they gave me Novocaine. The hygienist and the dentist were rolling their eyes at me as I struggled to stay still while they twisted my teeth out of the bone in which they were impacted. I'll never set foot in the place again! Wish I could rate less than 1 star.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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Clean shop, cool people. I just got my first tattoo here, and it hardly hurt at all. It looks way better than the design I brought in. I'll be back!
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago