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Pet Butler

Pet Butler provides professional pet waste cleanup and removal services plus pet stations and supplies to individual yards, parks, and multi-family communities across North America.

2012Pet Butlerwww
2010Pet Butler Hopes To Scoop Up Profits In New Mexicofranchise
2009Poo Pooing The Bad Economy, Pet Butler Has Record-Setting Yearfranchise
2008Pet Butler Sells Dallas-Fort Worth Franchisesfranchise
2008Pet Butler Achieves 100th Franchise Milestonefranchise
2008Pet Butler Appoints New Operationsfranchise
2008Big Doo-Ings In Pet Potty Businessfranchise
2008Picking-Up Dog Poop Pays Off For Pet Butlerfranchise
2008Pet Butler - Ridding Greater Cincinnati Of Dog Waste, One Pile At A Timefranchise
2007Pet Butlers Receive Franchisee Awards At First Annual Conventionfranchise
2007Pet Butler Trademark Application Suspendedfranchise
2007Pet Butler Expands To Hudson franchise
2007Veteran Pet Butler Franchisee Niki Tudge Nominated For Franchise Association Honorfranchise
2007Poop-Scooping Franchise Picking Up Businessfranchise
2007Pet Butler, Is Now Cleaning Up Cape Coralfranchise
2007Pet Butler Franchise Growswork-at-home
2007Pet Butler Urges Pet Owners To Keep America Beautiful - By Scooping Poopfranchise
2007Pet Butler Reaches Milestone, Launching Its 60th Franchisefranchise
2007Pet Butler, Nation's Top Pet Waste Cleanup Service, Expands To San Diegofranchise
2006Pet Butlerfranchise
2006Pet Butler Offers Useful Tips For Holiday Travel With Your Petfranchise
2006Pirate Is Top Winner In First Pet Butler Howl-O-Ween Photo Contestfranchise
2006Dressing Up Your Dog For Halloween? Take A Photo For Pet Butler's Howl-O-Ween Contestfranchise
2006Pet Butler And DOGIPOT Join Forces franchise
2006Pet Butler Wins Award for its Impressive Growth and Financial Performancefranchise

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How to Get Control of Your Time and Your Life (Signet)
Alan LakeinWhat do Gloria Steinem and I.B.M. have in common? Both have sought the advice of Alan Lakein, famous time management expert, in order to minimize the time they waste and to maximize their productive capabilities. Now his practical widwom and amazingly effective simple rules are available to you: How to build your willpower How to waste time for pleasure and profit How to work smarter, not harder And much, much more Reading this book can be the wisest investment of your time that you have ever made!
Country Living Crafting a Business: Make Money Doing What You Love
Kathie FitzgeraldHome-based businesses are a common starting point for many entrepreneurs—and women in particular yearn for flexible hours as well as the chance to do creative work they really love. But how can that dream become reality? Find out, from the experts who already made it happen. The women artisans at the heart of this volume will inspire and motivate anyone who wants to follow in their footsteps. In illuminating in-depth profiles, they provide invaluable practical information on what it takes to get started, develop a saleable product, organize a company, market your goods, manage the finances, and handle staffing. All types of business are featured, from hand-weaving, doll making, and rug hooking to travel, interior design, and photography. Gorgeous photos showcase each businesswoman happily in her element, along with her work. INSIDE, YOU’LL MEET:Amy Butler, owner of Amy Butler DesignAnna Corba, owner of Found Cat Studio (home accessories)Michelle Joy, owner of Primrose, a floral design and vintage shopMarilyn Lysohir, owner of Cowgirl ChocolatesLisa Norris, owner of Made by One Girl (handmade books)Kate Shifrin Style Consultants Inc., Come Flea with MeJane Zaccaria, owner of Tiddlywinks and Scallywags, a child’s clothing storeAnd many more!
Sustainable and Resilient Communities: A Comprehensive Action Plan for Towns, Cities, and Regions (Wiley Series in Sustainable Design)
Stephen J. CoyleThe ultimate step-by-step action plan guidebook for making communities resilient, resourceful, and healthy Many of today's communities face an unprecedented struggle to adapt and maintain their environmental, economic, and social well-being in an era beleaguered by fiscal constraints, uncertainty about energy prices and supplies, rapid demographic shifts, and accelerated climate impacts. This step-by-step guidebook for urban planners and urban designers explains how to create and implement an actionable plan for making neighborhoods, communities, and regions more environmentally healthy, resource-conserving, and economically resilient. Sustainable and Resilient Communities delineates measures for repairing, retrofitting, and transforming our built environments and supporting systems—transportation, energy, water, natural environment, food production, solid waste, and economics—through: Methods for assessing a community's key sustainability quotient Deploying tools for establishing timely performance goals and metrics Developing strategies for evaluating, selecting, and implementing 'high-leverage' interventions Activating policies, codes, programs, plans, and practices, as well as monitoring and upgrading their performanceThe book includes a range of targeted case studies, from New Orleans and South Carolina to Arizona and California, illustrating geographically diverse approaches for urban contexts large and small.A resource for developing an ecological urbanism, Sustainable and Resilient Communities employs time-proven, broadly applicable strategies and actions that can be customized for specific environmental, energy, and economic conditions.
The Waste Land (Norton Critical Editions)
T. S. EliotThe text of Eliot’s 1922 masterpiece is accompanied by thorough explanatory annotations as well as by Eliot’s own knotty notes, some of which require annotation themselves.For ease of reading, this Norton Critical Edition presents The Waste Land as it first appeared in the American edition (Boni & Liveright), with Eliot’s notes at the end. "Contexts" provides readers with invaluable materials on The Waste Land’s sources, composition, and publication history. "Criticism" traces the poem’s reception with twenty-five reviews and essays, from first reactions through the end of the twentieth century. Included are reviews published in the Times Literary Supplement, along with selections by Virginia Woolf, Gilbert Seldes, Edmund Wilson, Elinor Wylie, Conrad Aiken, Charles Powell, Gorham Munson, Malcolm Cowley, Ralph Ellison, John Crowe Ransom, I. A. Richards, F. R. Leavis, Cleanth Brooks, Delmore Schwartz, Denis Donoghue, Robert Langbaum, Marianne Thormählen, A. D. Moody, Ronald Bush, Maud Ellman, and Tim Armstrong. A Chronology and Selected Bibliography are included.
Life: The Science of Biology, Vol. I
David Sadava, David M. Hillis, H. Craig Heller and May BerenbaumTHE NEXT GREAT CHAPTER IN THE STORY OF LIFE The science of biology evolves. The science classroom and lab evolve. In this edition, asalways, Life: The Science of Biology evolves with them, in innovative, authoritative, andcaptivating ways.From the first edition to the present, Life has set the standard for being the most balanced experimentally-based introductory biology text. Life has always presented how we know (the process of science through experiments) as well as what we know (facts derived from these experiments). The new edition builds on this legacy, again teaching fundamental concepts and the latest developments by taking students step by step through the research that revealed them. To achieve this, all of the Ninth Edition’s innovations—new authorship, new and reororganized chapters, new experimental content, enhanced features, reinvisioned art, and new media tools—are focused on giving students and instructors the best tools for bringing the best of biological research and applications into the introductory majors biology course.Also avalable, Volume Splits:—paperbound in full color!Volume I: The Cell and Heredity (Chapters 1-20)Volume II: Evolution, Diversity and Ecology (Chapters 1, 21-33, 54-59)Volume III: Plants and Animals (Chapters 1, 34-53)A GREENER LIFEAnother first, the new edition of Life is printed on paper earning the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) label, the “gold standard” in green paper products. Life paper includes 10% pre-consumer waste, 10% post-consumer waste, and is manufactured from wood from well-managed sustainable forests. Additionally, Life’s green initiatives include:• 5% soy based ink• Covers printed on stock with 10% post-consumer waste• 100% recycled paper coverboards• Digitized work flow to reduce paper wasteAll of which also earn us Courier Printing Company’s Green Edition designation for reducing our environmental footprint. The environmental savings we have achieved on the first printing alone are:• Number of trees saved: 469• Air emissions eliminated (GHG’s): 52,240 pounds• Water saved: 171,250 gallons• Solid waste eliminated: 28,335 pounds 
Decorate: 1,000 Design Ideas for Every Room in Your Home
Holly Becker and Joanna CopestickIn Decorate, the world's top designers and leading decor experts including Kelly Wearstler, Amy Butler, Jonathan Adler, and many others come together to share over 1,000 professional tips, ideas, and solutions for every room and every budget. Written and compiled by Holly Becker, founder of the hugely popular design blog Decor8, and Joanna Copestick, acclaimed lifestyle writer, this intensive home dcor program combines beautiful inspiration with nuts-and-bolts how-to for stunning results. More than 500 gorgeous color photographs provide motivation while line illustrations, checklists, shortcuts, and floor plans make it easy to get started. For those looking to make the most of their home and create stylish interiors, Decorate is the start-to-finish resource to keep on the bookshelf for years to come.
Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work: New Insights for Improving Schools
Robert EakerThis 10th anniversary sequel to the author's best-selling book, Professional Learning Communities at WorkTM: Best Practices for Enhancing Student Achievement (DuFour & Eaker, 1998), is a merger of research and practice. It offers educators specific, practical recommendations for transforming their schools into PLCs so their students learn at higher levels and their profession becomes more rewarding, satisfying, and fulfilling. The authors examine research, practices, and standards in education, as well as organizational development, change processes, leadership, and successful practices outside of education. They provide core information on the PLC concept, along with new insights gleaned from their work with leaders in education and in real schools and districts across North America. They encourage educators to undertake the challenging but rewarding process of building their collective capacity to create schools and districts that operate as high-performing PLCs.This volume features a detailed chapter on the rise and fall of school reform, information on assessment, strategies for intervention and enrichment, and chapters on the roles of classroom teachers, the principal, the central office, and parents and the community in a PLC.
Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work: New Insights for Improving Schools
Richard DuFour, Robert Eaker and Rebecca DuFourThis 10th anniversary sequel to the authors best-selling book Professional Learning Communities at WorkTM: Best Practices for Enhancing Student Achievement (DuFour & Eaker, 1998) is a merger of research and practice. It offers educators specific, practical recommendations for transforming their schools into PLCs so their students learn at higher levels and their profession becomes more rewarding, satisfying, and fulfilling. The authors examine research, practices, and standards in education, as well as organizational development, change processes, leadership, and successful practices outside of education. They provide core information on the PLC concept, along with new insights gleaned from their work with leaders in education and in real schools and districts across North America. They encourage educators to undertake the challenging but rewarding process of building their collective capacity to create schools and districts that operate as high-performing PLCs. This volume features a detailed chapter on the rise and fall of school reform, information on assessment, strategies for intervention and enrichment, and chapters on the roles of classroom teachers, the principal, the central office, and parents and the community in a PLC.
Facing East from Indian Country: A Native History of Early America
Dr. Daniel K. RichterIn the beginning, North America was Indian country. But only in the beginning. After the opening act of the great national drama, Native Americans yielded to the westward rush of European settlers.Or so the story usually goes. Yet, for three centuries after Columbus, Native people controlled most of eastern North America and profoundly shaped its destiny. In Facing East from Indian Country, Daniel K. Richter keeps Native people center-stage throughout the story of the origins of the United States.Viewed from Indian country, the sixteenth century was an era in which Native people discovered Europeans and struggled to make sense of a new world. Well into the seventeenth century, the most profound challenges to Indian life came less from the arrival of a relative handful of European colonists than from the biological, economic, and environmental forces the newcomers unleashed. Drawing upon their own traditions, Indian communities reinvented themselves and carved out a place in a world dominated by transatlantic European empires. In 1776, however, when some of Britain's colonists rebelled against that imperial world, they overturned the system that had made Euro-American and Native coexistence possible. Eastern North America only ceased to be an Indian country because the revolutionaries denied the continent's first peoples a place in the nation they were creating.In rediscovering early America as Indian country, Richter employs the historian's craft to challenge cherished assumptions about times and places we thought we knew well, revealing Native American experiences at the core of the nation's birth and identity. (20011015)
Entrepreneur Magazine: Guide to Professional Services
Leonard Bisk and Ruth MillsPractical solutions to one of the most critical problems facing entrepreneurs todayFinding reliable advisors, consultants, freelancers, and suppliers can be a challenge. This book provides lists of qualities to look for in a potential advisor or supplier and even questions to ask during an interview. It also supplies guidelines on how to monitor performance and control costs, methods of payment for services, negotiation tactics, tips on how to handle a working relationship gone sour, and more.* Features tips on working with lawyers, accountants, bankers, and creative servicesLEONARD BISK (Ithaca, New York) is an entrepreneur who started six successful companies.

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