Corso dog – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 11:57:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://peet-corso.cz/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Corso dog – Peet Corso http://peet-corso.cz/ 32 32 Home-based business: From show dogs to CBD products, Gebers strives to be #1 https://peet-corso.cz/home-based-business-from-show-dogs-to-cbd-products-gebers-strives-to-be-1/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 00:25:49 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/home-based-business-from-show-dogs-to-cbd-products-gebers-strives-to-be-1/ The desire to get away from the usual gloomy weather in Northern Oregon brought a major life change and new business to Curt Gebers. Gebers, owner of Natural Blüm in Boulder City, said he lives in northern Oregon along the Columbia River. “It was so dark that I bought a house in southern Oregon,” he […]]]>

The desire to get away from the usual gloomy weather in Northern Oregon brought a major life change and new business to Curt Gebers.

Gebers, owner of Natural Blüm in Boulder City, said he lives in northern Oregon along the Columbia River.

“It was so dark that I bought a house in southern Oregon,” he said.

His new home, a 13-acre plot in a conservation and recreation area along the Applegate River, was prime land for farming. It was close to several award-winning wineries and the orchard of luxury food and gift basket supplier Harry & David. Gebers calls it the “Mecca of the world”.

He said he briefly considered growing wine grapes but there was “no money in the grapes. Instead, he wanted to focus on people’s health and well-being.

His timing coincided with the legalization of cannabis, which was grown on nearby farms. Gebers started growing the plants and harvesting them at a young age to take advantage of the cannabigerol or CBG they contained.

Natural Blüm products contain a blend of CBD and CBG and are free of THC, the chemical that causes the high associated with marijuana. They include a balm made with 12 essential oils, tinctures, bath bombs and salts, and edible gummies.

According to Gebers, its gummies, available in about 35 flavors, help reduce stress, anxiety, and tension while providing a feeling of calm.

He said he was not interested in growing plants for people to smoke.

“I wanted to do something to ease the pain and change lives one person at a time.”

Already in health and wellness, he said he believed using the cannabis he grew for relief was the best opportunity for him.

“I tweaked it until I was where we are today.”

The result, he said, are products that are superior to others on the market.

Being the best at something is nothing new to Gebers. He said he had “an inner drive to be the best. It obliges me. »

This same motivation was behind his success as a breeder and competitor of Cane Corso championship dogs.

He has bred, bred and exhibited four national champions and won many other awards for his dogs.

He is one of seven breed experts for the American Kennel Club, mentors its judges, and has been recognized as a breeder of merit.

Although his Red Rock Canyon Cane Corso puppies have been in high demand, Gebers said he very rarely breeds his dogs and only his friends get the puppies. He said he had 2,500 people on a waiting list.

Gebers has also owned and operated a tax business in Las Vegas since 2003.

For now, however, his main focus is on Natural Blüm.

“It was scary to open a new business, but I believe in what I have.”

He opened the Boulder City site on July 2 and said he has grown his business by 20% every week since then.

Gebers said the business is doing so well that he is already opening two more locations and there is the possibility of national and international distribution.

“Customers will burst into tears,” he said, telling her they were pain free for the first time in years after using his products.

He said it was the small-town charm of Boulder City that convinced him to open his Natural Blüm store in the community.

Editor’s note: Business at Home is an occasional series that offers insight into the personal lives of local business owners.

Hali Bernstein Saylor is editor of the Boulder City Review. She can be reached at hsaylor@bouldercityreview.com or 702-586-9523. FFollow @HalisComment on Twitter.

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Hiawatha’s longtime dog boarding and boarding business has closed https://peet-corso.cz/hiawathas-longtime-dog-boarding-and-boarding-business-has-closed/ Mon, 17 Jan 2022 20:25:41 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/hiawathas-longtime-dog-boarding-and-boarding-business-has-closed/ You always hate to see a business shut down, but this one hits especially close to home. Not only will Julie and I miss it, but our dog will too. Camp Bow Wow in Hiawatha has closed permanently. The online announcement came just before the final closing time friday january 14, and read “Customer Notice! […]]]>

You always hate to see a business shut down, but this one hits especially close to home. Not only will Julie and I miss it, but our dog will too.

Camp Bow Wow in Hiawatha has closed permanently. The online announcement came just before the final closing time friday january 14, and read “Customer Notice! Camp Bow Wow Cedar Rapids is permanently closed. We’ve loved taking care of your puppies over the years!” And the puppies loved going there to socialize and play.

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I know two of our Shetland Sheepdogs, Casey and Cooper, who have enjoyed visits over the years. Especially Casey. The last two times he went there, he couldn’t wait to get in. He definitely knew the difference between the vet and Camp Bow Wow.

One thing about Camp Bow Wow in Hiawatha is really close to my heart. Years ago, Julie and I were vacationing in St. Louis and Cooper got sick while at Camp Bow Wow. They called my cell when we were at a Cardinals game last night and let us know he had thrown up. He ended up at the emergency vet that night. When we got back to town early the next morning, Cooper was much better. After picking him up, I went to Camp Bow Wow to pay the cost of his boarding house. They categorically refused to take any money.

I contacted Camp Bow Wow this afternoon and asked for the reason for the closure, but got no response. I can’t imagine how difficult it has been for these types of businesses since the pandemic began nearly two years ago. Casey barely went to Camp Bow Wow in those days because we just didn’t go anywhere. I expect the dog daycare business to be down as well, with so many people now working from home. Add additional difficulties caused by labor shortages and it might just have been the perfect storm.

Goodbye Camp Bow Wow Cedar Rapids. We will miss you.

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Italian restaurant Yeppa and Co opens in the former Biltong Bar space in Atlanta’s Buckhead Village https://peet-corso.cz/italian-restaurant-yeppa-and-co-opens-in-the-former-biltong-bar-space-in-atlantas-buckhead-village/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 18:09:55 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/italian-restaurant-yeppa-and-co-opens-in-the-former-biltong-bar-space-in-atlantas-buckhead-village/ Pietro Gianni and Stephen Peterson, two of the owners of Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante and Forza Storico, plan to open an Italian restaurant Yeppa and Co. this summer at the former Biltong Bar space in Buckhead Village. The Biltong Bar, backed by Justin Anthony and restaurant group True Story Brands, closed its doors to […]]]>

Pietro Gianni and Stephen Peterson, two of the owners of Storico Fresco Alimentari e Ristorante and Forza Storico, plan to open an Italian restaurant Yeppa and Co. this summer at the former Biltong Bar space in Buckhead Village. The Biltong Bar, backed by Justin Anthony and restaurant group True Story Brands, closed its doors to the luxury retail development earlier this month.

Gianni and Peterson, along with chef Michael Patrick, also own wine bar Storico Vino on Peachtree Road in Buckhead Village, which opened in the Corso Coffee space in March 2021. Patrick, who remains involved with the other three restaurants, is focused on writing a cookbook, and is not involved with Yeppa and Co.

Yeppa, named after a verbal exclamation expressing joy and excitement, will serve a menu of dishes influenced by the coastal town of Rimini in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region along the Adriatic Sea. Look for charcuterie and cheese platters, grilled skewers, seafood dishes with Adriatic fish, paninis and piadina romagnola (Italian flatbread sandwich) as well as hearty pasta dishes, like Bolognese lasagna and tortelli filled with meat, vegetables and cheese. . Also expect pizza as well as focaccia on the menu.

Located on Buckhead Avenue, across from the recently opened Fetch Dog Park and Bar, Yeppa’s design provides for a large central bar with televisions tuned to American and international sports, seating 130 people indoors between the dining room and bar, and an all-weather patio with seating for an additional 50 people.

Yeppa and Co.

306 Buckhead Ave. Atlantica.

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New advisory board in Manchester could attract stores like Aldi https://peet-corso.cz/new-advisory-board-in-manchester-could-attract-stores-like-aldi/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 15:04:33 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/new-advisory-board-in-manchester-could-attract-stores-like-aldi/ It’s a new year with new goals and new expectations for everyone, but you can expect to see things happening in Manchester Township too in 2022. Mayor Robert Hudak, who was appointed to the position in 2021 following the resignation of Mayor Ken Palmer, was elected in November for an unexpired one-year term. He is […]]]>

It’s a new year with new goals and new expectations for everyone, but you can expect to see things happening in Manchester Township too in 2022.

Mayor Robert Hudak, who was appointed to the position in 2021 following the resignation of Mayor Ken Palmer, was elected in November for an unexpired one-year term.

He is looking to start the new year with plans to address several areas of need and continue to develop the township.

Three of his major goals to achieve are the economic development of Whiting, the preservation of open space, and fiscal responsibility in the township.

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At the reorganization meeting this month, council approved a resolution creating the Manchester Township Economic Development Advisory Council which will comprise four residents, one council member, one planning council member and one council member of zoning.

“I’ve heard a lot of concern about people who — want to see commercial food come to Whiting, so on that front I’ve put together what’s called the Economic Development Advisory Council and they’re going to be working with me on projects to help bring retailers such as Aldi and Lidl and other opportunities to Whiting,” Hudak told Townsquare Media News. “We are also seeing preliminary plans to do other work there, possibly including the installation of a car wash, which I heard a lot about during the campaign, as well as other fare for Whiting – restaurants and a few other commercial developments of a residential.”

While anyone could develop a wish list for stores, restaurants, etc. wishes to see in a given municipality, there is a process that must be played out to see if those wishes can become reality.

“Retailers are constantly doing demographic studies to see where they could get the most profit, but townships can also market their communities in some way – that’s why I formed the Economic Development Committee and commercial – to help me with that,” Hudak said. “I know that some residents, on their own, have prepared petitions and things like that, it’s certainly very helpful and I encourage them to do so, but I wanted to coordinate these efforts so that we can reach out to these retailers and say ‘hey, give us a second look’.”

One chain the city is hoping to give them a different look is Aldi.

“We’ve contacted them a couple of times, they’ve had a look, they haven’t shown any interest yet, however, we want to keep our name front and center so to speak, so we’re keeping the reaching out and reaching out to them just to make sure they know we’re here and I think that’s a big part of what we need to do,” Hudak said.

Along with tariffs, open space and preventing overdevelopment is another priority for Manchester in 2022, says Mayor Hudak, particularly in the eastern part of the city.

“I’ve been working with the county – and I’m pushing the program forward – to buy more open space, it’s very expensive now, the real estate market is hot, so it’s challenging, however, I’m proud to announce that the county and township are partnering on the purchase of Surf & Stream Campground (off Highway 571),” Hudak said. “This will go a long way towards preserving this property and it was to be developed into approximately 245 apartments, so we will stop this overdevelopment on this property.”

Additionally, the Township of Manchester is set to complete a Bowker Field renovation project in Whiting, is working to finalize plans to complete the Whiting Cell Tower project in 2022, cap the Whiting Landfill at no cost to residents and create a solar depot on this land as well as addressing flooding issues in Pine Lake Park and across Manchester.

For more on the restaurants and retail stores that could soon be coming to Whiting or any other part of Manchester, as well as the latest plans for 2022, Check out the latest episode of “Eyes on The Jersey Shore” with Mayor Robert Hudak as a guest.

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SPARKY Announces Bark in Style 2022 Fashion Show in Owensboro https://peet-corso.cz/sparky-announces-bark-in-style-2022-fashion-show-in-owensboro/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 08:00:53 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/sparky-announces-bark-in-style-2022-fashion-show-in-owensboro/ Once again, local fashion is about to go to dogs in the best possible way. SPARKY, Saving Paws Animal Rescue of Kentucky, just announced their plans for the return of Bark in Style, which is one of my favorite fundraising events of the year. It’s an event that mixes some of the best clothing from […]]]>

Once again, local fashion is about to go to dogs in the best possible way. SPARKY, Saving Paws Animal Rescue of Kentucky, just announced their plans for the return of Bark in Style, which is one of my favorite fundraising events of the year. It’s an event that mixes some of the best clothing from our most popular Owensboro retailers with some of the cutest rescues you’ll ever come across.

The 2022 Bark in Style is scheduled for Saturday, April 23 at Green River Distillery Co. in downtown Owensboro. I will be the host of the event and I personally invite you to join us. Bark in Style is an absolute blast. You will see some of your friends and neighbors strutting the catwalk and a variety of SPARKY dogs strutting (or being carried) with them.

This year’s event is sponsored by Homes by Benny Clark and will feature an amazing dinner created by Matt Weafer, owner and chef of Niko’s bakery here in town and a huge silent auction. Additionally, there is a new addition to Bark in Style 2021. There will be a Canteen Service Company coffee bar.

Tickets for the event are on sale NOW and cost $ 50 per person. Each ticket includes entry to the Bark in Style fashion show, dinner and a drink. You can buy your tickets by BY CLICKING HERE! Additionally, there will be live, silent auctions with great items up for grabs. And, of course, all profits go to SPARKY.

If you would like to donate to the silent auction, you can also do so by simply contacting info@sparkyrescue.com.

SPARKY’s Bark in Style has sold in its previous four years and we fully anticipate a sale in 2022.

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Large College GameDay Panel Predicts CFP Title Game Between No.1 Alabama and No.3 Georgia https://peet-corso.cz/large-college-gameday-panel-predicts-cfp-title-game-between-no-1-alabama-and-no-3-georgia/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 01:09:00 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/large-college-gameday-panel-predicts-cfp-title-game-between-no-1-alabama-and-no-3-georgia/ It has been 41 years since Georgia won a national championship. If ESPN’s “College GameDay” has anything to say about it, the drought will end on Monday when the No.3 Bulldogs face No.1 Alabama in the national college football playoff championship. Here’s how the crew chose the game: Lee Corso, 13-5 headgear picks this season. […]]]>

It has been 41 years since Georgia won a national championship. If ESPN’s “College GameDay” has anything to say about it, the drought will end on Monday when the No.3 Bulldogs face No.1 Alabama in the national college football playoff championship.

Here’s how the crew chose the game:

Lee Corso, 13-5 headgear picks this season.

“All Alabama has going for them in this game is they have the best varsity coach ever. Alabama in attack all they got was Bryce Young, the Heisman Trophy winner. And, in Alabama, all they have in defense is Will Anderson, the best player. And, Alabama, beat them 37 days ago by 17 points. Poor old Georgia. Everything. what they have are hungry Dawgs I’m going Uga.

Meanwhile, back in the preseason, David Pollack, Georgia’s honorary captain for Monday night, chose Alabama to beat Georgia in the SEC title game and lose to the Bulldogs in the national championship. . Did he stay with the pickax?

“This is the fifth time that the top 5 teams have met in the same season,” he said. “The four were won by the losing team. I think Georgia, revenge, defense is playing better. Stetson Bennett plays a good game with his feet and his arm. I think Georgia wins.

Desmond Howard: “Looking at Georgia you have to think this defense won’t have the same poor performance it did in the SEC Championship game. They’re just too good for that. … This team is mentally ready for this game. I’m going with the Georgia Bulldogs.

Joey Galloway: “I was never right when I picked Alabama, but, damn it, I’m going to try again. Give me the Georgia Bulldogs.

Jesse Palmer: “The Georgia Bulldogs. They play with a chip on the shoulder.

Greg McElroy: “I love Bama. I think they have more guns. The top 2 players in the game are Bryce Young and Will Anderson. 31-28, tide.

Robert Griffin III: “I’m leaving with Bama 38-34. I think it’s a great game. Bama has Bryce Young, the Heisman. They also have Will Anderson Jr., the nation’s top defensive player. So I rock with the tide.

Alabama and Georgia, set at 7 p.m. (8 p.m. ET) and will be streamed live on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

Mark Heim is a sports reporter for The Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Mark_Heim.

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Driver ejected after hitting another vehicle in Manchester https://peet-corso.cz/driver-ejected-after-hitting-another-vehicle-in-manchester/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 17:21:44 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/driver-ejected-after-hitting-another-vehicle-in-manchester/ For the second time in the past week, distracted and inattentive driving appears to be the cause of a car crash on Route 37 near Colonial Drive in the Township of Manchester. Tuesday, the driver of a Ford 550 commercial truck was not paying attention when he struck the back of a car at a […]]]>

For the second time in the past week, distracted and inattentive driving appears to be the cause of a car crash on Route 37 near Colonial Drive in the Township of Manchester.

Tuesday, the driver of a Ford 550 commercial truck was not paying attention when he struck the back of a car at a red light at this intersection, sending a Honda spinning.

The injuries in this accident were minor.

At around 8:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, Manchester police said the driver of a 2018 Chevrolet Colorado was partially ejected from her vehicle – because she was not wearing a seat belt – and after colliding with a Mercury Grand Marquis 2007 who had stopped at a red dot. light.

Chevrolet driver Jayna Deshay, 30, of Browns Mills, was injured in the crash as a result of the included partial ejection and was taken to the University of Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune by the Manchester Emergency Services Division for treatment and assessment.

Deshay is currently listed in stable condition.

Mercury driver Jaimie Hom, 38, of Toms River, was also brought to Jersey Shore University Medical for treatment and assessment of non-life-threatening injuries.

Manchester Police have said the crash investigation is ongoing, but at the moment they believe distracted driving is likely the main contributing factor.

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Point Pleasant Beach, NJ man faces 5 years over threat of appeal https://peet-corso.cz/point-pleasant-beach-nj-man-faces-5-years-over-threat-of-appeal/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 02:17:30 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/point-pleasant-beach-nj-man-faces-5-years-over-threat-of-appeal/ A Point Pleasant Beach man, jailed since March 2021, has now pleaded guilty to a series of threatening charges and incidents. Ocean County District Attorney Bradley D. Billhimer announced Friday that Shaun Giberson, 40, had pleaded guilty to the terrorist threats he was accused of after making threats in Point Pleasant Borough last March. Giberson […]]]>

A Point Pleasant Beach man, jailed since March 2021, has now pleaded guilty to a series of threatening charges and incidents.

Ocean County District Attorney Bradley D. Billhimer announced Friday that Shaun Giberson, 40, had pleaded guilty to the terrorist threats he was accused of after making threats in Point Pleasant Borough last March.

Giberson also pleaded guilty to arson on Friday following an unrelated incident in Manchester Township on August 18, 2020.

On March 18, 2021, Giberson, described to police as an anonymous caller, left a series of threatening voicemail messages on the phone lines at Point Boro High School as well as Nellie Bennett Elementary School.

It is not known what these messages implied or a motive for leaving them in these schools.

Point Pleasant Borough Police investigated the phone calls and voicemail messages and this led them to Giberson, who was later arrested that day and has been in Ocean County Jail since that arrest.

As for the Manchester fire, Giberson set a backpack on fire at a township group home on August 18, 2020.

Police learned that Giberson, who lived in the group home at the home, had set on fire on purpose.

For his threatening voicemail messages and for setting a backpack on fire, Giberson faces five years of concurrent sentences in state prison.

Prosecutor Billhimer said supervising assistant prosecutor Michael Abatemarco was handling the case on behalf of the state.

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Distracted driving may have led to a truck collision in Manchester https://peet-corso.cz/distracted-driving-may-have-led-to-a-truck-collision-in-manchester/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 19:40:57 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/distracted-driving-may-have-led-to-a-truck-collision-in-manchester/ Manchester Township Police continue to investigate a multi-vehicle crash on Tuesday, but for now it seems distracted driving was what started it all. It started with both vehicles traveling in the same lane on Route 37 when the driver of a Honda Pilot regularly slowed down for a red light at the Colonial Drive intersection. […]]]>

Manchester Township Police continue to investigate a multi-vehicle crash on Tuesday, but for now it seems distracted driving was what started it all.

It started with both vehicles traveling in the same lane on Route 37 when the driver of a Honda Pilot regularly slowed down for a red light at the Colonial Drive intersection.

Police say the driver of a Ford F550 commercial truck owned by Sano Drilling Inc., which was just behind the Honda Pilot, was distracted at the time, did not see the Honda and walked away. crashed into the back of the vehicle in front of him, causing the Honda to spin into the intersection.

Meanwhile, the Ford entered the road from the shoulder and struck the traffic light, electronic traffic sign, traffic sign and a utility pole causing extensive damage to everyone in the process.

The trailer, with a John Deere 75g excavator on the back of the Ford, then jackknifed up and struck the Ford on the passenger side of that vehicle.

Police, who are just outside the intersection, responded at around 2:22 p.m. to see the damage to the two vehicles as well as to the traffic light, sign, electrical panel, and nearby utility pole.

Elizabeth Hughes, 53, of Jackson, who drove the Honda complained of head pain and was assessed by paramedics from the Manchester Township Emergency Services Division and ultimately refused medical treatment .

Ford driver, 47, Robert Moyer 3rd, of Barrington did not report any injuries from the motor vehicle crash.

Moyer and Hughes were both wearing seat belts at the time of the accident.

Due to the damage to the traffic lights and the utility pole, traffic was slowed down as this intersection was closed with crews working to fix everything.

JCP & L is working on the repair of the pole and the electric wires while the NJ-DOT is working on the restoration of the traffic lights.

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Here are the 10 most expensive dog and cat breeds to insure – perfect but expensive puppies https://peet-corso.cz/here-are-the-10-most-expensive-dog-and-cat-breeds-to-insure-perfect-but-expensive-puppies/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 22:28:21 +0000 https://peet-corso.cz/here-are-the-10-most-expensive-dog-and-cat-breeds-to-insure-perfect-but-expensive-puppies/ The study, commissioned by financial experts Councilor Forbes, also found that more than half of owners admit to underestimating the cost of having a pet. Medical bills are the number one expense, costing an average of £ 462.80 per year – even more than food, costing owners around £ 340 per year. Kevin Pratt, insurance […]]]>

The study, commissioned by financial experts Councilor Forbes, also found that more than half of owners admit to underestimating the cost of having a pet.

Medical bills are the number one expense, costing an average of £ 462.80 per year – even more than food, costing owners around £ 340 per year.

Kevin Pratt, insurance expert at Forbes Advisor, recommends that owners consider insuring their pets to manage costs, explaining, “One thing any pet owner will tell you is that a visit to the vet – probably unavoidable at some point – can be extremely costly.

“This makes pet insurance such an important purchase. Having coverage in place means animal lovers don’t have to worry about paying for any care their pet might need, and they don’t. won’t need to plunder their savings or even go overdraft to pay the vet’s bill.

But pet insurance can vary wildly depending on the breed of dog or cat.

Here are the 10 most expensive dog and cat breeds to insure.


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