Shelby Veterinary Clinic, Shelbyville, KY, 40065 - Shelby Veterinary Clinic has been providing quality healthcare for horses, cattle, dogs, cats and other livestock in Shelby and surrounding counties for over fifty years. We are a three doctor practice, and we pride ourselves with the ability to meet all of your animal healthcare needs under one roof. We also provide farm visits for large animal patients in Shelyville, Simpsonville, Frankfort, Louisville, Eminence and surrounding areas. Having three doctors also allows us to have a doctor on call 24 hours a day for your convenience in the event of an emergency.So, whether you have large animals, pets or all of the above, we are certain that with three doctors and many years of veterinary experience, we have the expertise and knowledge to take care of your ainmals.We are grateful to those who have entrusted us with their pets and livestock in the past and look forward to meeting you and your animals in the future.Although Shelby Veterinary Clinic has been in business for over fifty years, we strive to practice high quality medicine that is up to date with today's standard of care. With in-house diagnostics and technology, we are able to perform most testing in a timely and efficient manner at an affordable price.
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I had high hopes for this considering the feedback. I was not impressed for the cost it was. The cushioning and fabric are comfortable for the child, cup holder is nice, and it does steer nice. The front wheels at times do vibrate and the plastic wheels do not make this a very smooth ride. For the price I was hoping the wheels would have been rubber. I don't consider this any better than a Chicco. I am keeping this stroller and it will work fine for us, but for other potential buys I do believe you are paying the high price for the name only.
This is what should have been OEM installed on my 2016 Ram 2500. Looks very nice along beside the aluminum diesel cap I also bought.
Keeping in mind that I was using it on cans of 3M 08881 car body undercoating, which I'm sure it was not intended for, it did clog up enough that the cans stopped spraying about halfway thru. By experimenting.....since I'd not taken the time to find any of the recommended cleaner (live out in the sticks)....found that when it did that, spraying both the tool and the spray part of the can with something called "Goo Gone", it would resume. Had some left in the last can, so cleared it as recommeded (spray with the can held upside down until only air comes out), then filled the small inside ring of the can cover with Goo Gone, put it on the can, and stored it standing on its head overnight. Checked it a week later and the can was still working, so it's good to go when I want to do the overlaps on my stock horse trailer roof. On a regular paint can, it may not plug. Haven't tried it there....yet. Even plugging up, it sure beats holding that button down with your finger!