2 days ago
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Im looking around for another vet clinic for my dog. I’ve been taking him to Pet’s First on Broadway but they’ve broken up his vaccine schedule and are billing me for exams each time he goes in for one shot. After I pay about 130 for one vaccine, they send me a reminder a month later for another vaccine. They are telling me now he needs to come in for yet another exam before they sign off on flea control,...
Im looking around for another vet clinic for my dog. I’ve been taking him to Pet’s First on Broadway but they’ve broken up his vaccine schedule and are billing me for exams each time he goes in for one shot. After I pay about 130 for one vaccine, they send me a reminder a month later for another vaccine. They are telling me now he needs to come in for yet another exam before they sign off on flea control, because the exam he received for his vaccine did not count. I feel like I’m overpaying for his routine care and I’m looking around for a vet that’s a little more cost efficient. Do any of you have a good vet to recommend?
Updated 47 hours ago
Any personal recommendations?
3 days ago
Tue 3/20: At the monthly Talk Show Presents at the Public House Theatre (3914 N. Clark), Paula Scaggs and Megan Stalter host performances by comedians, drag queens, musicians, and more, plus a "wild-card" guest performer every month. 8 PM, $10
...21: The Reader's Albert Williams writes of the play Bunny Bunny at Mercury Theater (3745 N. Southport), "Alan Zweibel's wonderful 1997 memory play, which he adapted from his own book about...This article has 4 other Chicago locations (Show)
...touring behind their no-wavey noise-rock masterpiece Aggressive Advertising, will be playing the Hideout (1354 W. Wabansia). The Reader's Luca Cimarusti says of the band's 2017 album, "Pill lay down...
Mon 3/19: The Harold, iO's (1501 N. Kingsbury) signature long-form improvisational format, is always worth a revisit. New Harold teams are regularly added to the roster, each with its own take on how to interweave story lines. 10:30 PM, $5-$14
Wed 3/21: The weekly quiz night Trivia Mafia at North Bar (1637 W. North) comes with cheap drinks, popcorn, and pizza and is hosted by WBEZ's Amy Wielunski. Also, you can catch some cool bands and comedy acts after the trivia. 7 PM, free
Thu 3/22: Adam Morgan, publisher of th Chicago Review of Books, discusses the local comic-book scene with artists and one cultural anthropologist at Comic Book Chicago, taking place at the Chicago Literary Alliance (641 W. Lake). 7-8 PM, free
3 days ago
Part-time household assistant wanted. Early morning starting at about 6 am Monday through Friday for about 2 hours, then some fresh grocery shopping a few days a week at your convenience during the day, then help prep fresh healthy dinner 3 nights a week. Perfect for college student who likes to cook or any age person needing part-time job. Must have car and be able to drive. Other errands besides cooking (i.e. taking my car for maintenance and cleaning, household errands). Occasional babysitting my 9 year old child. Respond to email@example.com
4 days ago
- 1300 block W. Irving Park Rd. Comment
Updated 6 days ago
Hi, Looking for a company to install Brick Pavers. Any recommendations?