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Kibby Park Companions – Service Providers Who Go The Extra Mile

AILUROPHILES (Cat Lovers)

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Naughty No More, by Marilyn Krieger

A leading clicker training expert coaches us on how positive reinforcement can change undesirable behavior in cats, such as intercat aggression, counter surfing, and door darting.

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Getting Started – Clicker Training for Cats, by Karen Pryor

Training cats is not only possible, it is fun and healthy!

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Pipolino

Pipolino is a food pellet distributor that acts as a virtual hunting field that will satisfy your cat’s predatory needs. When hungry, your cat has to roll the Pipolino® to extract the food pellets. This action mimics the natural predatory behavior that your cat was genetically programmed to perform in the wild.

BOARDING FACILITIES, PET SITTERS, & DOGGIE DAY CARE

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Kibby Park Animal Hospital

We board our patients in a safe, well-supervised environment with daily exercise in our spacious fenced yard. We provide medical boarding for diabetic pets and pets with special needs.

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Unleashed and Lovin It

3104 Page Avenue, Jackson, 817-0177 – Unique doggie daycare and boarding facility encouraging socialization of canines in a safe environment, webcam access for checking on your furry family members! Unleashed also offers a wide variety of dog leashes and collars, food, and toys.

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Pet Friends Sitting Service

In Home Pet Sitting, 787-8375, operated by Diana Jensen for twenty years, this service is wonderful for those patients who are not fond of leaving their home during their owner’s absence.

CHIROPRACTIC

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Blackman Animal Clinic

Dr. Tim Halstead, 2300 Wildwood Ave., Jackson, 784-8457

COMPOUNDING PHARMACY

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Brown’s Advanced Care

Robinson Road, 750-2180; Custom prepared medications for topical use or in pleasant-tasting oral formulations for ease of administration to dogs, cats, ferrets, birds, and other pets.

DENTISTRY

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Grass Lake Animal Hospital

Dr. Ruth Barthel, 1101 Norvell Road, Grass Lake, 522-6789; Board certified veterinary dentist who performs complicated dentistry procedures such as surgical extractions, jaw fracture repairs, restorations, crowns, and orthodontics for canines and felines.

DERMATOLOGY

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Bloom Veterinary Hospital

Dr. Paul Bloom, 31205 Five Mile, Livonia, MI 48154, (734)425-2270; Board certified dermatologist with great knowledge of the newest diagnostics and treatments for severe dermatological disease.

DOG ENTHUSIASTS

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Culture Clash, by Jean Donaldson

A thought-provoking book that emphasizes that dogs are not just “humans with paws” and encourages us to learn to think like a dog in order to get the behavior you desire.

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Don’t Shoot the Dog, by Karen Pryor

Promotes using positive reinforcement to achieve the training results that you want and end undesirable behavior without sacrificing the trust between you and your canine.

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Reaching the Animal Mind, by Karen Pryor

A book about communicating with animals and utilizing a clicker for positive reinforcement.

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Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know, by Alexandra Horowitz

A scientist and dog owner details a fresh look at the world from the dog’s point of view. This book enlightens us to the extent of a dog’s cognitive abilities.

GROOMING

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Pet Styling by Francie

4601 Francis St., Jackson, 841-2275; Francie specializes in terrier cuts and she is amazing!

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Nancy’s Dog Grooming

109 Sagamore Street, Jackson, 782-8886; Nancy works in a quiet home environment and is phenomenal with her furry customers.

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Bow Wow Meow Pet Grooming

At Kibby Park Animal Hospital twice monthly and also in Dexter, MI, 313-550-6095 or 787-5807; Sharon specializes in cat grooming and lion clips as well as grooming of heavy-coated breeds such as Siberian Huskies.

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Pampered Pets

210 Moscow Road, Horton, 563-2069; Jodi and Tami are wonderful with all dog breeds and they do not discriminate against pit bulls.

NEUROLOGY

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Dogwood Veterinary Referral Service

Drs. Andrew Isaacs and Jared Galle, Ann Arbor, MI; board certified neurologists available for neurological consultations and emergencies.

OPHTHALMOLOGY

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Animal Ophthalmology Center

Dr. David Ramsey, Williamston, MI, (517) 655-2777; one of my college professors and a top notch ophthalmologist.

PET PHOTOGRAPHY

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Picture This

316 N Wisner St, Jackson, MI 49202, (517) 782-9466

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Tailwagger Dog Photography

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(517) 990-5630
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PET RESOURCES

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Veterinary Partner

This is a great source of credible information about pets and health issues.

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Paying the Price of a Fat Pet

This is a well written article on the financial as well as physical ramifications of obesity in pets.

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Café Press

The ultimate online resource for shirts, mugs, calendars, and other unique items representing your topic or dog breed of choice. I love the pitbull paraphenalia.

PET SUPPLIES

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Pet Supplies Plus

1094 North Wisner Street, Jackson, 787-0090; the staff are great, the retail items are of a good variety, and the owners are local citizens and support Jackson by giving back to the community.

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Unleashed and Lovin It

3104 Page Avenue, Jackson, 817-0177 – Unique doggie daycare and boarding facility encouraging socialization of canines in a safe environment, webcam access for checking on your furry family members! Unleashed also offers a wide variety of dog leashes and collars, food, and toys.

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Freedom No-Pull Harness

Designed to minimize/eliminate pulling without placing pressure on the neck, the Wiggles, Wags, and Whiskers Freedom No Pull Dog Harness is an effective tool utilized to walk your dog with comfort and confidence.

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Pipolino

Pipolino is a food pellet distributor that acts as a virtual hunting field that will satisfy your cat’s predatory needs. When hungry, your cat has to roll the Pipolino® to extract the food pellets. This action mimics the natural predatory behavior that your cat was genetically programmed to perform in the wild.

RADIOACTIVE IODINE THERAPY FOR HYPERTHYROID FELINES

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Cats Veterinary

Dr. Dan Marshall, 43727 N. Gratiot Ave., Clinton Township, 48036, (586)463-9550; radioactive iodine therapy has advantages over surgical or medical management of hyperthyroidism in the cat – it is an excellent and permanent way of treating this disease.

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MSU Veterinary Internal Medicine Department

(517)353-5420; radio iodine therapy is also performed in East Lansing.

SHELTERS

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Cascades Humane Society

1515 Carmen Drive, Jackson, 787-7387; the dogs and cats, puppies and kittens are housed in spacious, warm cages and runs and Dr. Serino, Sue, and the CHS staff try to make their stay there as happy as possible. Due to the kind donations of many wonderful donors, Cascades Humane Society has been able to help many animals find their forever homes…and donations and volunteerism will continue to help them to meet the needs of pets and people in the community.

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Jackson County Animal Shelter

3370 Spring Arbor Rd, Jackson, 788-4464; the dogs and cats, puppies and kittens are either surrendered by owners or found as stray animals – they are desperate for loving homes and may need a little extra care to overcome mild respiratory disease or diarrhea acquired at the crowded shelter initially. Dr. Anderson and the shelter staff work very hard to prevent the spread of disease at the shelter but due to overcrowding and the admission of unthrifty or ill animals, a disease may occasionally cause coughing, sneezing, or diarrhea. Many of our patients had a rough start but overcame their medical issues and settled nicely into their new homes without looking back!

VETERINARY EMERGENCY SERVICES

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Ann Arbor Animal Hospital

2150 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI 48103, (734) 662-4474; Ann Arbor Animal Hospital is a locally and independently-owned, full service companion animal hospital providing 24-hour emergency & critical veterinary services as well as appointments or walk-in routine care available from Monday through Saturday.

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Michigan State University Veterinary Emergency Service

736 Wilson, East Lansing, (517) 353-5420, The Emergency & Critical Care Medicine (ECCM) Service receives small-animal patients that are presented to the Michigan State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital on an emergency basis. Our caseload is made up of patients that are presented either as “walk-ins” or those that are referred by their veterinarian. The guiding philosophy of the Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Service is that we will see “any small-animal patient at any time” if the problem is perceived by the owner or veterinarian to be either urgent or emergent in nature.

WEB DESIGN

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Rooted Pixels

Rooted Pixels is a web design and videography company that is focused on helping business’s, organizations, and non-profits build their name with everything from web services, marketing, and videography.