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Merry Christmas! A new bed, three new squeaky toys, and an apple with breakfast. It's nap time until dinner is ready. 
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Well, that's kind of frustrating, but at least it wasn't bad news.  We will continue to keep our fingers crossed.  GSDs are high maintenance dogs, but give so much in return!
The day arrived, an incident free journey see us safely arrive on time for our 8:30 appointment. The calm before the storm as they say, this sun drenched waiting room would soon be the hive of activity, and sure enough as oth...
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So true, the amount Blue has given us, can't be measured, but you know it is without restrictions. I have to say they are an amazing breed, only those that live or work with them could fully appreciate,
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Keeping our fingers crossed for you, Blue - and family, too.  Can you please give him an ear rub on our behalf?
Tomorrow Blue returns to Fitzpatrick Referrals, at Godalming in Surrey, and it will be one of the biggest days of judgement that he has had to face for many a long time. Blue has completed the course of medication prescri...
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+Ann Salisbury Blue said thank you for the well wishes and the ear rub (both ears) was delightful 
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Hey +Waze This was the 1/3+ mile backup in my neighborhood this morning.  The street used to be a freeway exit - that was removed 20 years ago.  Now it is just a nice quiet residential neighborhood, or at least it is trying to be.  Any chance we can get this street removed from your routing?
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Getting ready for graffiti paint-out day. 
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After work, some people go to happy hour. I go to belly rub hour.
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Outstanding from beginning to end. We came here for a special occasion meal and it did not disappoint. The wait staff was friendly and knowledgeable and the food was excellent.
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Magical. We were here in mid-summer and the temperature was perfect (low 70s) and the views of the surrounding mountains were fantastic. The wind was up, so you might not want to picnic per se, but it was a good place to take a break and stretch your legs.
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Probably the least expensive CNG station in the near region. As a result, it can be crowded with buses and taxis. Be prepared to wait at peak times.
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Despite being a packed Sunday morning, the service was very attentive and the food was quite good, filling, and a good value. Definitely recommended.
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Vets that care, are well educated and trained, and don't price-gouge. We have been taking our dog here for the last three and a half years and think highly of them. Note, they don't do appointments, but are a walk-in clinic. I have seen some complaints about front counter service, but given the volume they do, direct responses are understandable. Still, front desk service has become more friendly over time.
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A craft cocktail bar where you wouldn't expect it. Over 25 unique cocktails nearly all of which contain house-made ingredients. Because the drinks are made with great care, they can take awhile to prepare. A place to sit and relax rather than rush (in other words, service can be slow). The food is quite good, including the house burger with the Cabernet reduction.
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I had thought they only worked on commercial grade machines, but they said they would repair home models as well. I took over my grandmother's circa 1972 Kenmore that I pulled out of the garage for the first time in about 25 years. I wasn't even sure it worked anymore. They took it in, gave it a good cleaning and oiling, and tested it out. I turned it in on a Wednesday and they were done with it in 48 hours. Great service, good pricing, and friendly folks. I would take my machine there again. Note: the parking lot is behind the building and you enter it off of Cypress Street.
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