Getting personal with your pets: Manlius Vet makes house calls

Getting personal with your pets: Manlius Vet makes house calls
Central New York now has a veterinarian that’s making house calls. If you want to avoid the stress of going to see the vet, Dr. John Shokoff will come to you. Armed with his office on wheels, Shokoff owns All Pets Veterinary Home Care, which provides the …
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Topical non-pharmaceutical cosmetic, personal and pet care products with chiral technology and methods of formulating and manufacturing the same
Title: Topical non-pharmaceutical cosmetic, personal and pet care products with chiral technology and methods of formulating and manufacturing the same. Abstract: As disclosed herein, a series of compounds that are not generally intended for …
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P&G sharpens focus on personal care and household by exiting pet care
Procter & Gamble has exited the pet food category with the sale of the final 10% stake of its remaining interest to consumer products company Spectrum Brand Holdings. The deal will see Spectrum take over the IAMS and Eukanuba brands in Europe for an …
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The Economics of Music Festivals: Who’s Getting Rich, Who’s Going Broke?

musicThe Economics of Music Festivals: Who’s Getting Rich, Who’s Going Broke?
Nothing better exemplifies this than Coachella, the crown jewel among destination music festivals, a sort of spring break for music lovers. Three days of music, over 150 bands, repeated over two weekends (the second week starts on Friday) featuring a …
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The ten best summer music festivals in Colorado
A Colorado summer can be short, but there are plenty of ways to make it sweet, especially if you pack it with as many festivals, road trips and patios as possible. We’ve picked out ten music festivals sure to give you the flavor of the state’s musical …
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Are corporate music festivals killing local venues?
I saw another side of the live music business as the former director of operations at a mid-sized concert venue. We weren’t large enough to host performance acts in their prime, for the most part; the superstars of their time played amphitheaters and high …
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