Arizona Sinus Center Division of Valley ENT * Phoenix Sinus Doctors Treating Sinusitis Nasal Polyps Nasal Tumors * Sinus Surgeons Phoenix 85006 - The Arizona Sinus Center strives to be the premiere source for ear, nose, throat, and advanced sinus care with a focus on patient education. Our physicians use the latest technology and medical therapy to diagnose and manage your ear, nose or throat condition. We take pride in constantly refining technical skills and continued learning in an effort to advance our field.
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Case is very durable. Love the hidden card compartment but it's kind of hard to keep open sometimes. Overall great case.
If you only want one stroller, I think this would be the one! When our son was a newborn, we used it with the Britax bassinet and the B-safe carseat, which was so convenient. Now that he's almost a year we use the stroller on it's own which seems equally comfortable. The suspension is good, even on rougher terrain. The canopy is large and extends easily, great protection from the sun. I like the mesh window for peeking in to check out the zzz's. My nanny is maybe 5'0" and my husband is 6'2" and it fits all comfortably. The storage room below isn't huge, but fine for blankets, layers, some groceries and our ergo carrier. Plus we hang the diaper bag on the handles so we have plenty of space. My son naps in the reclined position routinely on our afternoon walks. The only complaint I have is that it doesn't sit totally upright (as is the case with many strollers) but a fellow reviewer had a trick (attach the straps to the frame using the snaps) which totally solves the problem. We've gate checked it a few times and it has held up perfectly. It is not the lightest out there, but it is very easy to fold and lift with one hand. Now that my son is getting bigger I was thinking of getting an umbrella stroller, but I'm not sure there will be much benefit!
I used to use those drops for my dogs for fleas and ticks, but after using a very expensive brand of flea drops and still getting a full flea infestation which required fumigation, I switched to flea collars upon a friend's advice. I will never go back to the drops, pills, or anything but flea collars. Don't fix what isn't broken, these work like a charm!
I have 8 Dogs and despite vacumning constantly, washing bedding and applying Frontline Plus, we apply Fleabusters every 6 months to our entire house. We have Laminate and tile floors. After watching a certified Fleabusters technician apply Fleabusters the first time, I learned to use a feather duster along all base boards (fleas hide under the baseboard) and use a stiff brush after sprinkling the powder over all area rugs. We open all windows as it gets dusty until everything settles. We put the Dogs in the yard when applying. They have had no issues with the powder. If you wash a rug, reapply the powder for best results