East Lake Pet Care – Lodging
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Lodging at East Lake offers the perfect pet vacation while you are away. Whether its for a day or an extended lodging stay, you can be sure your pet will be attentively cared for, happy, comfortable and safe. For you, this means unprecedented peace of mind, for your pet its just lots of fun! East Lake is very proud of our pet to care-giver ratio, higher than any other lodging facility in the area. When pets arrive at East Lake for lodging they are evaluated by a veterinary nurse who provides a health screening and makes sure pets are parasite-free. Our pet guests stay in our specially designed noise-controlled suites and cabins and we even have TV sets and toddler beds, so pets feel right at home. Cybersuites are available too, so pets can be seen anytime, from anywhere computer access is available and veterinarians are on site 7 days a week. Pets also enjoy outside walks and playtime. We routinely feed the highest quality prescription and Hills foods or if you have special feeding requirements, well even cook for your pets! We cater to cats too. Cats enjoy staying in a private quiet area with cat condos. Cats from the same family can even have adjoining condos. Our luxurious cat quarters have shelves to perch on and window views to the outside, where we have arranged bird feeders and bird houses for hours of visual stimulation. A television also provides familiar sights and sounds for our feline guests and powerful air purifiers provide a clean, fresh, dust free …
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The pearl cockatiel is identified by its pearl markings which are usually found on the back, nape and wings. They have scallop-like feathers and have established the third mutation of the cockatiel species. It is significant to note that the pearl in their body is an effect of feather pattern changes, not a color change. The pearl cockatiel has many nicknames: the pearled cockatiel, laced cockatiel, pearly tiels, pearly cockatiel, pearl tiels and opaline cockatiel. The part of their body where the wings, nape and back feathers are edged or laced with the yellow or white color is called pearling. There are both deeply pearled and lightly pearled birds.
Cockatiel color mutations include: cinnamon, fallow, lutino, normal grey, pearl (opaline), pied, silver, whiteface (albino). Cockatiel color cross-mutations include: cinnamon-pearl, cinnamon-pearl-pied, cinnamon-pearl-whiteface, dominant silver-whiteface, lutino-whiteface (albino).
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