AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION Pets, plants don't mix
leas and members of the rhododen- toxic plant on a table may not be
dron species contain a substance enough to keep it out of reach for a
called gray antoxins that can cause cat that can climb and jump.
die. If your pet ingests any of these forelegs up on tables edges to reach
or other poisonous plants, collect a plants that would normally be con-
(Dr. William Fredregill is a
identification and knowing which northeastern Colorado veterinar-
plants to keep out of your pets’ reach ian who owns and operates the
is an important first step in ensuring Veterinary Medical Clinic in Ster-
the safety of your pets. Keeping a ling.)
Child care training set
terials and other school improve-ments.”
On June 27-28 the Northeast Colorado Child Care Resource and
Referral will be holding a 15 hour pre-licensing class “There’s No Place
Like Home” for individuals who want to become licensed child care
This training will be held in Yuma at the Rural Communities Resource
Center and is open to individuals throughout Northeast Colorado.
To find out how to become a licensed family child care provider,
The Logan County Humane Society has several pets available for
including information on financial assistance in the form of mini-grants of
adoption this week, including Reid, an 11-month-old male Terrier
up to $400 to pay for some of the costs of becoming licensed or to pre-
mix. He weighs about 10 lbs. and is very cute. Reid is all ready
register for the class, contact Claudia or Sheila at (970) 848-3867 or toll
house trained, and gets along best with smaller, more calm dogs.
For more information about this week’s pet, and other available
dogs and cats in the animal shelter call the Humane Society at 520-
2804 or visit the group's web site at www.loganhumane.org
rules and paying thousands of dol-lars in sales tax while others weren’t,”Sonnenberg said.
by Ronald Lorenzo, R.Ph.,
Jenae Lorenzo Lock, R.Ph.
Bobbi Archuleta, Pharm. D., R.Ph.
Brian Menkhaus, R. Ph.
Bobbi Ronald Jenae Brian
twice as the bill worked its waythrough committees.
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