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    As some of you may know on this site I just opened my new shop in a commercial location.(OOOHHHH THE HORROR). The horror being trying to enter the new age technology, downloading-uploading, shrinking, enlarging, ipod you pod i don't get it) slow but true I perservere! Anyhu, my son-in-law is building my new website. (OOOHH ANOTHER CRIMEEEAAALVE CRIMEEVIL????) For the messages about my avatar you can see it all on my site he is currentlt building.
    Here it comes...DANTADA! www.leesloveonaleash.net
    It's not nowhere done, he is in school for this and going to use it for his, portfolio. He's doing this as a gift for Christmas, so new bidness, new email, new location and first ever website....cool... who ever said you stop learning... And Thank You For Family!

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    That's looking darn GOOD! Still love that shop and love the slide show!
    You've come a long way baby!!!!!!
    Often it's not what you say, but how you say it.

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    • #3
      Very good site! I really loved those pics too!
      Mandy, Birdie, Evie, Willie and The Woo
      Check out my Blog at doggydivasdish.com

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      • #4
        That is very, very nice! Excellent start. I enjoyed looking at your pictures. Everybody looks very cute and happy. My kids did my site for me and I agree, all the technology can drive you crazy! Best of luck with your new shop.
        www.gomobileandsucceed.com
        http://thesuccessfulpetgroomer.com

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        • #5
          Very nice site. The slide show is a great idea.

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          • #6
            My what big ears you have! I love that little dog on your home page! That is one interesting looking pup

            I just had to say, another groomer who had a salon named "Love on a leash" told me once that they had a client come in, write a check, and apparently couldn't remember the name of the salon so the check was made out to "dog on a rope" LOL
            What a caterpillar considers the end of his world, we call a butterfly.

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            • #7
              Thats very funny "dog on a rope" and more original than my name. But in my defense I used love on a leash in the 1970's and it just stuck with me. I now wish I had named my new shop something more original. Oh well, life goes on. Thanks everyone for the input.

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              • #8
                Just a couple of comments from the mouth of my hubby, who maintains my web site:

                "You may run into trouble with the Disney-esque dog in your logo. It looks very much like "Lady" in "Lady and the Tramp". If you don't want to see a case of a P.O.ed corporation dumping all sorts of legal hurt on you, pray they never see it. Disney successfully sued a day care center in South Florida a few years ago for using their intellectual property without permission (and payment). If that is your logo, since you are in Florida, register the logo with the Florida Department of State as a service mark. It will keep others from ripping off your good name.

                Look into getting a .com as opposed to a .net domain name. You can always have the .com domain name point to your .net domain name. We have our DBA name, our LLC name, and several other variations registered as distinct domains, and they all point to our single web site. If someone thinks of you as "dog on a rope" register the domain "dogonarope.com" and have your web host point the domain to your active domain name of "loveonaleash.net"

                Hope this helps you. Good luck!"

                Ditto from me.

                Laura
                Last edited by kats_melody; 12-22-09, 08:25 AM.
                "With God's help, all things are possible!"
                Laura Lee Ray
                I am kats_melody on eGroomer. Follow my Twitter tweets - @ZOOMGROOM on Twitter.com

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                • #9
                  Thanks for the feed back Kats and actually I was a bit worried about the logo design myself. I'm in the process of having it redone. Since my shop is so new and I have'nt put anything on my windows and signs I figured I would change it now. Better to be safe than sorry.

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                  • #10
                    oh my goodness - is that a bunny rabbit?? so cute - & what an expression on her face! nice site too

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                    • #11
                      IDK, my cousins is, well, was an animator for Disney, is now a director and is actually leaving, but anyway, there are so many other companies that make things look like Disney characters on purpose. As a huge Disney buff myself I didn't even think about Lady (and my dog Lady is named after that movie) when I looked at it until someone said something. I actually went to school to become an animator hoping to work for Disney. When I was in RI I was shocked to see a mobile unit with a direct coppy of Snoopy and the one poodle from Clifford the Big Red dog on the side of her mobile unit. It wasn't "like" the characters, it WAS the characters.
                      What a caterpillar considers the end of his world, we call a butterfly.

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                      • #12
                        atimetopaws

                        That is cutest little dog. Love those eyes. Interesting table top also.

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                        • #13
                          I was thinking about the fiberglass tops as well as they do look very clean. What is the footing like? Is it textured?

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                          • #14
                            Yes, my new grooming table is fiberglass with a clear coated mat over the top. I love it because its so easy to clean and I like the light while grooming. It is a very sturdy table. My DH put a different groom arm attachment to make it stronger. I do get some slippage without traditional matting but nothing that bothers me too much. I like the electric features as well but miss the way I could rotate my hydrulic in a circle, but I still have that table too. Thanks for the comments.

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