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Volume: Number 1    
Issue Number:  4                
Date: October- December

Angel's Love Pet Sitting is expanding and is happy to welcome new pet sitters. We have added Samie Wolfe and Richard Wolfe to our family, This pet sitting duo is retired and moved to Saint Augustine from the North Carolina/ Virginia area. They are the happy owners of 1 dog and 4 cats. I look forward to working many years with them. Helpful Hint:   10 Most Common Poisonous Plants  1. Marijuana  2. Sago Palm  3. Lilies  4.Tulip/Narcissus bulbs 5. Azalea/ Rhododendron  6. Oleander  7. Castor Bean  8. Cyclamen  9. Kalanchoe  10. Yew With the holidays coming we are adding 11.Pointsettia Please be conscious and aware of the plants in your home.  Flow us on face book  for weekly explanations of listed plants. 


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Helpful hint… 10 things not to feed your dog


1. Food and drinks with caffeine in them: severe or even fatal heart or nervous system problems  2. Grapes, raisins, currants: toxin can cause kidney failure 3. Xylitol containing gum or candy: can cause severe low blood sugar or liver failure 4. Garlic, onion, or chives: Contain a substance that can cause anemia ( even cooked)  5. Corn on the cob: pieces of cob, if swallowed can cause bowel obstruction  6.Bones: if they splinter, or are swallowed can cause lacerations in the mouth or digestive tract or an obstruction  7. Raw eggs: contain an enzyme in the whites called Avidin and prevents Vit B absorption affecting skin and coat 8. Avocado: contain Persin which causes vomiting and diarrhea  9. Liver: in large quantities causes Vit A toxicity affecting bones and muscles  10. Fish: raw canned or cooked : fed exclusively can cause Thiamine deficiency leading to anorexia, seizures, or even death. 


When to use a pet sitter:

~On days where you spend long hours away from home.
~To increase exercise for a hyper or over weight pet
~When traveling
~During medical recovery or when illustrating limited physical mobility
~While pregnant, to limit exposure to toxoplasmosis (cat owners only)
~ To taxi your pet to or from the groomer, vet visits, and even the boarding facility, when you're away.
~To help administer medication in familiar surroundings and times
                  


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