For all the dog and cat owners concerned about the recent pet-food scare, Alpine Meadows Animal Clinic is offering blood and urine screenings at a great rate. The clinic is equipped with a state-of-the-art blood analyzer, which can detect kidney problems just minutes after a blood draw. Results can either be analyzed at Alpine Meadows or forwarded to your veterinarian. The test’s value is $120, but for a limited time, the screening at Alpine Meadows is $75. Appointments are being taken for Tuesdays and Thursdays from April 17 to May 17 between 9 and 11 a.m.For more information, call Susan Klein at 569-3636.
Bob Aubrey is an honest man. He e-mailed the following recently. We hope it helps.”Yesenia Slick, I found your Wells Fargo Visa credit card on Bridge Street on Wednesday. Call 331-1037, and I’ll get it back to you. Thanks.”Thank you, Bob.
A reader called to let us know that she lost her checkbook in the Vail City Market parking lot. If anyone has any information, call 376-1459. Thanks!
A volunteer in Holly helping to clean up in the aftermath of the tornado would like to thank Coloradans for their support, but the community doesn’t need anymore clothes. Instead, there’s a relief fund set up at the Colorado East Bank in Holly, and donations can be designated for schools, the larger community or other groups.
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