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AZ PET PROFESSIONALS JUNE 23RD MEETING




Our Az Pet Professionals Network Meeting has come and gone.
Welcome Shannon Kipp with Kay-9 Companion Pet Care! You are officially a new member and we are so pleased to have you!
We would like to update you on two of our Groomers. We will sadly be missing Theresa Luzzi and Barb Ryansford from Aloha Grooming and Bark Bath and Beyond. They have been so gracious to stay on with us as members but are currently soooo busy with business that they are filled to capacity and unable to accept new clients. We will miss them but they will let us know when they are accepting anyone new again. Thanks Barb and Theresa! Our remaining groomers, Nikki owner of Pampered Paw and Amber and Jasen owner's of Cutie Paw Tootie are extremely busy but please call them as they do have some openings available. If they are full, they will point you to somewhere else. Thanks girls!
We have included Dippity Do Dog on our website as an alternative for those of you who think you may have fun taking your dogs to a grooming salon that offers both self serve amenities so that you can bathe your own dog as well as full time groomers on site. Their facility is very nice, very clean and the people have always been very friendly! See their link to the Left in our Members Area. We have just discovered how fun Twitter can be and hope you will follow us and see what we are up to! Thanks again everyone for your continued support! We have some Charity Events in the works to help some of the area Animal Shelters. If you are interested in Donating any items, please let me know. I am going to start collecting them. We will keep you posted! Have a great week! Kim MacCrone, Owner of Vetek Chic On Wheels. Email: vetekchic@gmail.com.



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