Kingsbury Animal Hospital - Veterinary Services - Veterinarian - Saint Louis, Missouri - Home - Kingsbury Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary practice conveniently located in Saint Louis, Missouri in University City, near the Central West End, Clayton, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, South City, and Dogtown. Our mission is to provide the highest quality in Veterinary Medical animal pet health care in a professional, friendly, relaxed setting. 63105
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First, you should know I purchased this in November to give to my daughter for Christmas. My daughter was 2 months shy of her second birthday when she received this. Within a week, through some freak occurrence, my daughter dropped the Leap Pad from her high chair at the exact right height and exact right angle to crack the screen. My husband (not a believer in customer service) says, "Well, that was that." You see, the Leap Pad was sold out. Well, customer service is AMAZING. They had me write across the screen of the broken one, take a picture of it, and they sent me a new one and I sent them the broken one. This is not too shabby for a $100 toddler toy. It only gets better. As we live in the south (AKA the worst and most unpredictable weather you can imagine) we spend a fair amount of time waiting out tornado warnings in the bathtub. Today, as a matter of fact, we're experiencing the worst storms to hit the gulf coast since 1887. Thankfully, the Leap Pad can work only on batteries. Today, I'm thankful for batteries, the Leap Pad, and Dora videos. A two year old gets cabin fever faster than Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Believe me, she gets a whole lot crazier, too. All and all, totally worth it.
I purchased this software along with my computer that I had customized through a major computer manufacter that I'm probably not supposed to mention here. I was really excited about getting this software for burning cd's. It was not preloaded onto the computer, I had to download it from a cd that came with the computer. I didn't have any problem installing it and it seemed to function OK at the start, but then after a couple weeks my computer started doing buggy things like not recognizing my e and f drives(the dvd drives). One time the f drive would not exist on my computer and another time my e drive would disapear. Then at times I couldn't eject a disc out of the drives and I would have to restart my computer. Now when I try using Roxio to burn a cd, I get an error message and also I now get coasters from my blank cd's. Tonight my f drive disappeared again and I finally suspected my Roxio software and so I came onto Amazon and saw all of the bad reviews for this Roxio 2011 software and one of the reviews said to uninstall the software. And so I did and now all of the buggyness has stopped. Both of my drives are showing up and are active and I can eject the cd's now with no problem. I am using another burner software now and I am having no further issues. If Roxio doesn't fix these issues then I beleive that the company will not be around much longer. I know that I will no longer purchase anything from them. They use to be a good company, but not any more.
Just finished my counter tops in Java stone. The color is fantastic...and transforms to look much better then the previous blue counter tops i had. I will mention some caution to those about to embark on this project...it says to work in sections...BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT THIS. You will end up with a visible "line" in the counter top at that junction. Even though we never let the first section dry and worked together constantly. If I had known it would leave a line i would have just base coated then chipped the whole thing without working in sections. I was able to go back and "fix" the line by base coating and chipping... sanding it out...only to leave a new line. So there was no way out of that one. Be extremely careful scoring around the sink. it is difficult to sand real close so adhesion of the chips may be less then optimal. Also..behind the sink next to the back splash...the counter top lifted there too. After speaking with company about fixing it... they offered no solution after the final coat is on...maybe remove the surface and re sand and chip? that would mess it up more!...* Be careful also to check and recheck to fix all spots you missed in all angles of lighting carefully before applying the final coat. Same goes for the final top coat. It is only workable for four hours (top coat). The next day i noticed i missed some spots....too bad for me.. the top coat was hardened in the can and unworkable, so i could not touch it up. Sooo....i am going to dab on some base coat over the areas that the counter shows through (no chips)...then caulk around the sink to seal behind it where the counter chips lifted. Finally.. i will use the cabinet resurfacing top coat to dab on areas that i missed with top coat on the counter (only small tiny areas). Also... I highly recommend using a small rotary or belt sander to sand..... it save a lot of time!! I lost the diamond embeded sanding block after I scuffed up the counter top to prepare it. The company told me that 60 grit sand paper will work to sand the chips down (which it did just fine). When they say to close windows and keep pets out... they are not kidding! I left the house with all pets for 5 hours during dry time and the counter top caught dust already! It's a dust magnet. In conclusion...I am 85% happy with the results. I think i can "fix" the areas mentioned, but not to perfection. It certainly looks better then my original top. BTW. i did the cabinet resurfacing kit too... and I am 100% satisfied.
As a fully grown adult I never expected to pick up a little foam dart blaster and run around the house yelling and unleashing a barrage of orange-blue fun. But that's exactly what happened when we bought this for Christmas - and isn't that what toys are for?
Although they seem to fit okay, my toes start to go numb after about 20 minutes of riding. I've tried gel insoles, which help a little, and adjusting my seat position. Might be a unique problem between me and the shoe. I would suggest buying cycling shoes from a local shop, where you can get them fitted and maybe try them out first.
I love the concept of suicide bunnies! The calendar is made of sturdy materials that I love to write on. I will say that the bunny deaths are less creative in 2016 than 2015..