It’s a free service, it’s well-respected so it’s not SPAM, and the cards are very cute.
It took me a little while to copy and paste 100 names from my customer lis but that’s all done. I’m not going to send the Christmas evite cards until I have all of my sister’s customers entered, but I *am* starting to use it to send thank you’s for every order. I sent the first one off this morning
In the card, I included my contact info, my website, and the toll-free order number from Trilogy. I also let this brand new customer know that I set her up as a Wholesale Customer, which means she will get 20% off on all orders except for the Clay Essentials line.
Val and I prefer to have lots of loyal, repeat customers who send us their friends than to get that 20% markup. We earn plenty on the volume, so we set everyone up as Wholesale after their first order. If they Autoship, we would lose that percent, anyway, so this just helps us build customer loyalty.
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A few nice oral hygiene images I found:
Fort Hood Dental Activity educates children
Image by Army Medicine
Fort Hood Dental Activity Dentist Capt. (Dr.) Brandon Gage, assisted by the "Sparkle Toothbrush" Spc. Salvador Sanchez, talks to children Meadows Elementary School about the importance of proper nutrition and the effects of certain "bad" foods on teeth. As part of Children’s Dental Health Month, dental professionals from the Fort Hood DENTAC plan to educate almost 4,000 elementary school students on post about the importance of proper oral hygiene. (U.S. Army photo by Patricia Deal, CRDAMC Public Affairs)
Image by pennstatenews
Rita Jablonski, assistant professor of nursing, Penn State, shows an oral hygiene approach she helped develop for patients with dementia on an actor refusing care.
Gene Maylock, copyright 2008 Penn State School of Nursing/Center for Excellence in Geriatric Nursing
‘My Chocolate Lab Bailey greets us like this every afternoon’ Looks like someone really, really wants to play!!
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It pays to trust your instincts when it comes to taking care of your dog.
In February a woman from Indiana found her 10 year old dog was lethargic and dehydrated. She quickly took her to the vet where her condition worsened and she began to have seizures and going into cardiac arrest. Her Dog, Abbey soon died.She asked the vet if it could be the Pedigree dog food that she had been feeding her dog and the vet said that he didn’t theink it was the cause. Her Dog Abbey soon died.
Three weeks later she got a new puppy and fed her the same exact food. The same thing happened to the puppy and she was rushed to the vet. This time the vet listened when she told him she had fed her the same food and they immediately put her on IV’s and antibiotics. Fortunately the puppy recovered.
Later she found that the Pedigree dog food she had purchased in February at a discount store because she couldn’t find it any where else had actually been recalled in August the previous year.
She stated “If when they had a recall they just set a little tag out where the food used to sit on the shelf why its not on there I never would have bought this.”
The vet bill for her two dogs came to $ 1400
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Lacey doesn’t like the cold. It doesn’t take much before she is standing up on her hind legs like a gopher and her love of boots hasn’t improved. But the snow…. she LOVES the snow. I bet she’d stay outside all day if I let her.
Crazy Coulee and Little Lacey
Philippians is one of those books in the bible that I didn’t think about working and reading through, but by suggestion of a close and dear friend, I took up the study of the book. As the book blurb suggests, “In spite of his dire situation as a prisoner in a Roman jail, Paul’s letter…
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Arthritis is a painful condition and is one of the most common problems affecting dogs in America. It was listed among the top ten disease conditions in dogs in 2008 (source: VPI). There may be as many as 10 million dogs currently suffering from the chronic pain of joint disease and one in five dogs will most likely develop arthritis or joint disease during their lifetimes.
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