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    Stat! Spray Pet Wound & Skin Care with Enhanced Hydrogel; First-Aid Treatment for Dogs, Cats & Horses, Speeds Healing of Cuts, Bites, Scratches & Rashes; Soothing Relief Hot Spots, Itching & Chewing
    Pet Products (Corral del Cielo)


    Corral del Cielo


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    • Stat! Spray with Enhanced Hydrogel speeds healing of cuts, bites, scratches, burns, rashes and other skin conditions.
    • Developed by hospital pharmacist. Made in USA. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee or your money back.
    • Antimicrobial fights bacterial & fungal infections; fresh eucalyptus fragrance repels insects. Handy 8 fluid ounce bottle with trigger sprayer allows for effective treatment of difficult to reach areas on your pet.
    • Stat Spray is safe, non-toxic and contains no alcohol, steroids, antibiotics, tea tree oil or bleach; not intended for use on deep lacerations, puncture wounds or abscesses that require immediate veterinary care.
    • Moisturizing cellulose-based formula includes Aloe vera to soothe itching and hot spots; promotes new hair growth without discoloration. Great for stopping mane and tail rub or constant chewing and itching.

    Bee Propolis Throat Spray by Beekeeper’s Naturals | Premium 95% Bee Propolis Extract | Natural Throat Relief and Immune Support | Great for Kids
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    Beekeeper's Naturals Inc.


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    • NATURAL, THE WAY MEDICINE SHOULD BE: Contains only three natural ingredients: high-grade Canadian bee propolis extract, non-GMO vegetable glycerin, and purified water. Spray safely with a natural product that is painstakingly tested for quality & potency.
    • Paleo Friendly, Gluten Free, and all natural. Contains no: artificial preservatives, colors, refined sugar, gluten, wheat, yeast, corn, soy, dairy, egg.
    • Other brands often cut corners by sourcing cheap, adulterated, pesticide-laden honey. Beekeeper's Naturals propolis comes from remote apiaries in the mountainous regions of Canada and is among the purest and most sustainably-sourced on earth.
    • GETTING SICK SUCKS: No one likes a dry cough, sore throat, cold, flu or laryngitis. Bee propolis is nature's ultimate protector and the hive's immune system. It has been used for centuries for immune support, sore throats and combating various ailments.
    • MEDICINE THAT ACTUALLY TASTES GOOD: A unique alcohol-free propolis formula that tastes awesome! No dreading the taste every time. The best part? There are never any added flavors, additives or refined sugars to our clean natural formula.

Year in Review

Passers-by glancing in the conduct of Tam Valley or Old Mill elementary schools will see the usual quiet abandonment of summer replaced by a hive of construction as workers furor to finish a host of renovations before students return.

The Queen of Florencia

Hen Irene Rodriguez died last year at 72 of complications from Parkinson’s, Calvary Mortuary in East Los Angeles filled with mourners. A video screen showed photos of her beaming at various ages, for Irene was a woman who made her house a center of family and community life in the Florence-Firestone district of L.A. County. She and her husband, Raymond, a foreman at a plastics-compound plant in City of Industry, raised three daughters there, and as Irene’s siblings fell into drugs and gang life, she raised two of her nieces and a nephew as well.

One of those nieces sat in the second row of the chapel during the service. Dark-skinned with dark eyes, Arlene Rodriguez is an effervescent 45-year-old, yet she can quickly revert to double negatives and the finger-wagging “bitch, please…” swagger of the Florence streets where she grew up. Wearing a low-cut black dress that revealed a scar not far from her heart, she nodded to cousins, nieces, and ex-uncles, pointing out those who were down for the hood back when things were raging in Florencia 13, the dominant street gang in the area. Several of the men at the funeral had been to prison; a few women had husbands who were still locked up. Some people kept their distance from Arlene. Others approached to say hello. “My friends, they care about the person I am, not about the rumors,” she said to me quietly. “They’ve matured. They’ve moved out of that street thinking and barrio code of ethics.”