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El Centro Pet Medical Center, 1202 S. WS Young Dr Killeen, TX 76543 - Do you remember how your son's eyes lit up when his new puppy licked his face for the first time? Or how careful you were to choose just the right kitten for your daughter's birthday? Everyone at El Centro Pet Medical Center has a special memory about a favorite pet, and we understand exactly how important that relationship is to you and your family.

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  • http://elcentropetmed.vetsuite.com/our_staff.html El Centro Pet Medical Center, Our Staff - Thank you for visiting our site! El Centro Pet Medical Center is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Killeen, TX. The professional and courteous staff at El Centro Pet Medical Center seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients.

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  • Aaron Hemman - Amazing!!!

    So after the first initial feeling of throwing up that lasted about 3 days. I love it! I've lost 20 pounds in a little over 2 months, but what's more important I've lost 30 pounds of body fat and have gained almost 20 pounds of lean muscle. It does everything I want it too do. Make sure you work out or do some activity, because if you don't you will get jittery.

  • Poppy - What a Terrific Read! All the dirt, failures and successes!

    What a terrific Read! The public's perception was definitely different from their real lives. A very informative, no hold read, all the dirt, the failures, the successes of their careers.

  • Stevie G - Not for my 65" Samsung

    I was looking to get something very low-profile to mount my newly purchased Samsung 7100 65" LED. When i first received the tiny box for this item I had doubts about if it would work with my TV. The frame for this unit actually has to be assembled so it is very compact when shipped. Ultimately Im sure it would have supported my 65" LED, but the distance between the wall and the back of my TV with this mount is only 1.3". My TV has a combination of input jacks that come off the back, both sideways and some that come straight back. The ones that come out straight back are the problem, specifically with the optical audio cable I was planning on using. I would have had to bend the back of the cable at an undesirable angle to get it to fit. I considered getting a 90 degree adpater, which would have allowed for the connection of the cable without having to bend it, but after considering my options decided to go with a more versatile mount that I could use, the ATDEC TH-3070-UFL Telehook, also sold on Amazon. It has a full motion articulation and provide ample sapce between TV and wall (2" min to 25" max). It costs severals times the price as the Cheetah Mount, but will provide the right versatility for me to connect all the cables I neeed and easy accerss to the back of the TV for future cable changes.

  • Mary Russom - The most racist material I have ever read.

    The most racist material I have ever read. As a life-long (White) resident of Birmingham (69 years), I have lived through the civil rights era and beyond. I lived through the events of 1963, and they changed my perspective forever. I would not like to return to the Birmingham I knew before 1963. I do not suffer from White Guilt, because I was just a child before 1963, and see injustice where it exists. Sure, racism still exists in Birmingham and Alabama, and Black (and now Hispanic) citizens still are affected by it. Replete with bad grammar, misspellings and misstatements and distortions of fact, this book should be avoided by anyone hoping to gain insight into Birmingham and the events which shaped its future, I recommend Diane McWhorter's book, Carry Me Home, for starters.