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Get dogs ready for the spring season

Get dogs ready for the spring season
News from MiamiHerald.com:

Spring has arrived which means it’s time to clean up inside and get outside with your dog! To help you and your dog get ready for the new season, the American Kennel Club offers the following spring cleaning tips. Among them:

- Schedule a vet check-up. It’s good to take your dog for a check-up after being cooped up inside all winter. Since symptoms of illness sometimes don’t appear in our four legged friends right away, spring is a great time to make sure your dog’s annual veterinary appointment is scheduled. This will ensure your dog is healthy and ready to get outdoors.

- Brush the coat. Shedding increases in the spring as dogs lose their winter coats and regular brushing will help keep shedding under control. To keep your dog neat and clean, make sure to brush all the way down to the skin which will loosen and remove dead hair and dandruff.

- Keep the feet clean. Springtime is often referred to as “mud season” by dog lovers, as outdoor playtime in the dirt and grass can lead to paw prints all over the floor. To keep your dog and house clean, greet your dog at the door after he’s done playing outside and gently clean each paw with a damp cloth, being sure to get in between the toes to remove mud and debris.

- Regularly wash your dog’s bed. Use a fabric cover that on your dog’s bed that can be easily removed for washin…………… continues on MiamiHerald.com

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Workers say car-wash king cleaning them out
News from New York Daily News:

Anthony DelMundo/for New York Daily News

Employees at the LMC Car Wash in Queens complain about lousy working conditions and say owner John Lage cheats them out proper wages. 

The state is investigating whether New York City’s car-wash kingpin has financed a life of luxury by cheating workers out of wages, the Daily News has learned.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman last week slapped a subpoena on John Lage, who is linked to more than a dozen car washes and lives in a $ 900,000 lakefront house in Westchester.

Workers claim that the car washes pay $ 5.50 an hour — $ 1.75 less than the legal minimum — plus a pittance in tips. They don’t make overtime and complain about harsh working conditions.

Sources close to the investigation say Schneiderman is zeroing in on “serious” allegations of wage-and-hour violations.

Lage’s lawyer,

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