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Sandra Jenkins and the staff at Dog Gone Crazy are wild about offering top-tier pet grooming, at your convenience

Sandra Jenkins’ Dog Gone Crazy is widely known as an affordably-priced, go-to place for people who need to board their precious pooch (or kitty) but want a customized experience. Offering an elevated level of service is what’s set her apart from other places since she opened nine years ago. In addition to individual kennels with access to...

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The Emerman Team at Keller Williams has made a name for itself by catering to clients, making the home buying or selling approach perfectly personal

The Personal Approach Honesty, integrity and reliability. These are the three attributes at the top of every buyer’s or seller’s list when looking for a real estate agent. The three most common complaints are lack of communication, knowledge of the marketplace and availability. The Emerman Team at Keller Williams in Pepper Pike...

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Bubbles-N-Biscuits Mobile Pet Grooming brings a relaxing experience to your pet’s front door

One of the funniest pet videos online is of dogs trying to avoid bath time. There is the Great Dane that stretches its arms and legs out when the owner is carrying it into the bathroom so it will not fit through the door. The boxer that does the infamous butt drag to try to keep away from the tub. Or the toy poodle that runs down the stairs as...

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Symphony at Mentor takes the stress and worry out of Alzheimer’s and dementia care

For all of us, no matter our stage of life, feeling needed, safe and secure is essential to our well-being. For those dealing with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, these feelings can diminish and loneliness and isolation can set in. After several months of dealing with the fear and worry that comes along with caring for a loved one with...

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Before choosing a dementia care facility for your loved one, ask these important questions

With the holidays and annual family get-togethers in the rearview mirror, people might be finding themselves traversing uncertain territory—dealing with a parent who is showing signs of slipping. According to Chrissy Grude, executive director of Symphony at Olmsted Falls, the earlier the signs of dementia are recognized, the better the...

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