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Have you met Dee Ann yet?

DEE ANN  Your Hazel Dell Receptionist

Dee Ann has been part of the Hazel Dell Team since July 2005. Dee Ann is usually the person who will greet you  upon your arrival with a warm smile.  She is an appointment-making, information-giving,  and question-answering extraordinaire.  She loves to spend time with her pets Rocco the Shepard/Husky mix,  Willie the Beagle, and Bob the cat.  She also loves her Paint Horse named Charlie.  She is truly a favorite here among the clients and our staff  And we would not be able to perform at our best without Dee Ann.  Mostly likely she is the first person you will meet on the phone and  one of the last people you see on your way out.  We love you Dee Ann!!

Nail Trims

Why Should You Trim Your Dogs Nails? 
Photo Courtesy of Planned Property Management
You hear the click clacking across the floor when it is quiet. You turn and it is the sweet face of your dog. You may or may not look at what is making that click clacking sound. The next day your dog is limping and you have no idea why. You look at the paw pads and toes and realize that one of the nails is broken. What do you do? Trim their nails! 
Why is this important though? It is no different than you wearing a pair of shoes that do not fit correctly. The anatomy of the dog is set so that they can place their paws on the ground and push off. If the nails are too long, they are unable to rotate properly, then it changes the gait of your pet and they are not able to move as they should. Another reason to trim regularly is that sometimes the nails grow so long that they can grow into the paw pads of the pet, especially the declaws.  This can be painful for them.   Believe it or not, this is a very co…