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Owner of Find Local Labour Trusted Saskatoon Recruitment Service Shares Tips About Millennials

Find Local Labour solves the problem of finding a reliable employee for a position that needs to be filled. They recognize that local job seekers and employers need a better venue for connecting efficiently, so they created the solution! FindLocalLabour.ca is listed under the Trusted Saskatoon Legal/Professional Services Category. They are a unique Trusted Saskatoon Recruitment Service. 


Trusted Saskatoon Recruitment Specialists at Find Local Labour Shares Tips About Millenials 


FindLocalLabour.ca is Evolving!


 


Everything in the world seems to go through an evolution, even windmills!  Find Local Labour is no exception. As you may have noticed, they have a new name and logo! Find Local Labour is a new addition to TrustedSaskatoon.com as they are a Trusted Saskatoon Recruitment Service. They recently began working with the Trusted Team and they are following some recommendations that include; a new name (Find Local Labour), a new logo, a new website - with a great new look (coming soon), and new email addresses, etc.  It is still a work in progress so please bear with them...hopefully they can make it seamless for users.  Find Local Labour will maintain forwarding of all old email addresses and website links forever, so don't worry about updating your records immediately.  Going forward, the company name is now Find Local Labour.


Find Local Labour Owner Rory Perron Tips to Encourage Millenials


Adults, parents, and society have a way of passing on a somewhat cynical attitude to the next generation.  When kids hear the low probability of becoming a professional athlete often enough, they adjust their attitude and goals downward accordingly.  How many times have you heard how bad the Millennial generation is? They hear it too and start adjusting their lives accordingly.  I recently heard about a Millennial that had already given up on ever buying a house because he felt he had no chance as a Millennial.  Many Millennials are giving up on life itself...  Are we contributing to a suicide problem by constantly trash talking Millennials? Perhaps it is time to start encouraging them instead of bashing them?

How Do We Encourage Millenials? 


Here are some thoughts from owner Rory Perron himself.

1. I generally keep my personal life to myself but I have a general desire to help people. So, if I can help some people by sharing some of my personal experience, I guess I will share. Last month, at 49 years old, I completed my first sprint distance triathlon. I am proud of myself because I achieved a goal that I had set for myself. (I am not looking for kudos from anyone, #SaskHumble.) Our next generation also needs to be proud of themselves. That's what makes them take pride in their work, makes them productive citizens, helps them feel good about life, and gives them a sense of purpose = positive mental health. Goals are the starting point. 

Here is a peek at some of Rory Perron's goals:


Fitness Goals:


  • Complete a Triathlon Sprint distance (short distance) --> DONE!
  • Complete a Triathlon Olympic distance (medium distance) --> Currently training for it this year
  • Complete a Triathlon Iron-Man distance (long distance) --> Before he turns 60 years old

Business Goals: 

  • Build a business for 10 years and sell it --> Done (but it took 18 years.)
  • Build a business 100 times bigger in half of the time --> Working on it


I think you get the picture - Can we support the development of goals? (bigger and bigger goals? Or S-M-A-R-T goals?) He has given examples of his fitness and business goals, but goals in relationships and spirituality or fulfillment also need to be nurtured. And, it is OK to dream BIG!


    2. The recommended dosage of positive to negative commentary is five to one.  People need approximately five positive reinforcement comments for every one constructive criticism.  Let’s get on with the positive reinforcement by offering five suggestions about how to succeed in every one pitfall to watch out for.  Let's pass out five compliments before pointing out a problem.

    3. I had a "down day" a few weeks ago.  I was having a hard time motivating myself to be productive and I doubted myself about everything I was doing.  I decided to make myself an “Up List”.  It is a list that I can use/read/activate on my next down day. (It is really hard to make this list on a down day!)  Over time, I came up with a list of the positive things that I have accomplished, things that I love about myself, and things that I am proud of.  It also includes some people that I can talk to that will inevitably make me feel better.  I also received some great input from other people.  This could be a great tool or exercise for any generation.  


 

Sign up as an employer or a job seeker now. Find Find Local Labour on Facebook. Call 306-700-5114 or email Rory@FindLocalLabour.ca. The Trusted Saskatoon team is thrilled to give Find Local Labour THE THUMBS UP as a Trusted Saskatoon Recruitment Service. 


 

End of the Roll Trusted Saskatoon Flooring Experts Welcome Chantelle to the Team

The moment you enter the doors at End Of The Roll, you know you have found the perfect place to help with all your flooring needs. As small as a hallway to as large as a commercial space – their flooring experts will guide you through the selection process, making sure you end up standing on solid ground. It has always been the goal at End Of The Roll to provide customers with the highest quality flooring and the best purchasing experience. They are your SASKATOON FLOORING Expert on the SASKATOON DIRECTORY of experts!


End of the Roll Welcomes New Team Member Chantelle!


Chantelle has a passion for design and has always enjoyed re-arranging and staging rooms in her home! She is offering home staging and interior design to the amazing clients at End of the Roll and she loves utilizing area rugs to update a space!
 Stop by End Of The Roll today and meet Chantelle!




 Find End Of The Roll online at www.endoftheroll.com or visit their large show room at 74 33rd Street East Saskatoon, or check out their listing in the SASKATOON FLOORING Category on www.trustedsaskatoon.com   







END OF THE ROLL are your SASKATOON FLOORING EXPERTS right here in ...on THE SASKATOON DIRECTORY of excellence!


Trusted Saskatoon Vets at VCA Frontier Animal Hospital Give Traveling Tips for Your Pet

Keeping your pet healthy is the #1 priority of VCA Frontier Animal Hospital Saskatoon. Their Saskatoon animal hospital offers Saskatoon pet owners an affordable dog & cat spay and neuter solution and full veterinary services. Their team is not only caring and compassionate, but they show continued dedication to the cause where they continue to offer an affordable solution to pet care, in this full service Trusted Saskatoon vet clinic. From the first joyous experiences of a new puppy or kitten to the final loving moments with a beloved senior pet, they are with you every step of the way. VCA Canada Frontier Animal Hospital are Trusted Saskatoon Vets and you can find them under the Vets & Pets Category.


VCA Gives Traveling Tips for You and Your Pet



Planning a trip with your pet soon? From the Trusted Saskatoon Vet's themselves here are some travelling tips that will lead to a helpful experience. 


Travelling Tips


  1. Keep your Pet safe, secure in a well-ventilated crate/carrier.
  2. Warm up with short trips before the long trip to get them used to travel.
  3. Feed your pet a few hours before you leave, and not during travel.
  4. Never leave your animal alone/unattended in a vehicle especially in warm weather.
  5. Have your pets travelling kit ready, including water, bowls, medication (if needed) as well as an emergency kit with bandages.
  6. Make sure your pet has a microchip or some form of identification.
  7. Keep their head inside the vehicle while driving and be sure windows are closed enough so the pet cannot escape.
  8. Bring your pets vaccination and medical records.
  9. Bring your own water!
  10. Consider getting easy to clean seat and floor covers for your convenience. 

These tips are a summary of tips from 10 Tips for Safe Car Travel With Your Pet. You can read the original article HERE.

Giardia




Are you or your pet at risk of Giardia infection? Giardia is a protozoan parasitic infection. Although there are various sources of contamination, one of the most common for our pets is drinking from untreated contaminated creeks, lakes or rivers. Once infected the most common symptom is acute, (or intermittent and can potentially be chronic if left untreated) smelly, frothy, mucousy diarrhea. This parasite can be transferred to humans. So, if you and your pet have recently been in areas at risk and symptoms occur, it is best to be seen by your veterinarian and/or physician. 


Do You Know Where You're Going?



 



When travelling with our furry family members we often forget to check to see if the environment is safe for them to travel to with us. Some things like heartworm are much more prevalent in hotter climates. This is a parasite that you can prevent your pet from getting as long as they are treated prior to exposure. How high is the risk for Lyme disease from ticks where you’re going? Possibly having them vaccinated beforehand would help but know ahead of time is the key. If travelling abroad, will your pet be allowed into the country? If not properly vaccinated and dewormed with specific regulations your pet could be quarantined or not permitted to enter.


Every country has its own rules and restrictions in regards to what a pet needs to be able to accompany you. You can start to sniff out all the answers by clicking here. The government site will also direct you to the correct people you need to contact if you cannot find all the answers you are looking for.


For any other questions if travelling within Canada don't hesitate to give VCA a call.



 



Looking for a vet in Saskatoon? We definitely recommend checking out the team at VCA Canada Frontier

See all they do and read reviews on their listing on Trusted Saskatoon here - VCA Canada Frontier Animal Hospital are Trusted Saskatoon Vets  


These tips are a summary of tips from 10 Tips for Safe Car Travel With Your Pet. You can read the original article HERE.


Trusted Saskatoon Vets at VCA Frontier Animal Hospital Discuss Gravol for Pets

Keeping your pet healthy is the #1 priority of VCA Frontier Animal Hospital Saskatoon. Their Saskatoon animal hospital offers Saskatoon pet owners an affordable dog & cat spay and neuter solution and full veterinary services. Their team is not only caring and compassionate, but they show continued dedication to the cause where they continue to offer an affordable solution to pet care, in this full service Trusted Saskatoon vet clinic. From the first joyous experiences of a new puppy or kitten to the final loving moments with a beloved senior pet, they are with you every step of the way. VCA Canada Frontier Animal Hospital are Trusted Saskatoon Vets and you can find them under the Vets & Pets Category.


The Experts at VCA Frontier Discuss Gravol - Is It Safe for Your Pet?




Just like some people, your pets can get motion sickness. That is   never a good thing when you’re trying to get somewhere and "Fluffy" upchucks in the vehicle. A common medication that people use for themselves is Gravol (main ingredient dimenhydrinate) and the experts at VCA Frontier Animal Hospital often get phone calls asking if they can give it to their pet.

Like most medications, there are contradictions in some pets. It should be avoided in pets with glaucoma, hyperthyroidism, seizure disorders, cardiovascular disease or hypertension. With some pets, it can have some adverse effects and they can become hyperactive, cause vomiting, diarrhea, or central nervous system depression (heart rate and respiration rate can decrease.)


Lethargy is seen quite often (which in some pets may be a good thing while traveling). It is more effective in dogs than in cats. VCA Frontier suggests giving them the medication 20 to 30 minutes before traveling. The dose recommended is between 4 to 8 mg for every kg by mouth and it can be given up to every 8 hours if needed. 


Example: 6.4 kg dog can be given a 25mg tablet. Always try at the very lowest dose to make sure they have no adverse reactions first.  




 



If you have any questions or concerns feel free to call VCA at 306-934-8288.  Make sure to never ever give a human medication to an animal unless you double check to make sure it is safe to give with a veterinary medical professional. 

Looking for a vet in Saskatoon? We definitely recommend checking out the team at VCA Canada Frontier

See all they do and read reviews on their listing on Trusted Saskatoon here - VCA Canada Frontier Animal Hospital are Trusted Saskatoon Vets  



Trusted Vet VCA Frontier Animal Hospital Explains Proper Pet ID

Keeping your pet healthy is the #1 priority of VCA Frontier Animal Hospital Saskatoon. Their Saskatoon animal hospital offers Saskatoon pet owners an affordable dog & cat spay and neuter solution and full veterinary services. Their team is not only caring and compassionate, but they show continued dedication to the cause where they continue to offer an affordable solution to pet care, in this full service Trusted Saskatoon vet clinic. From the first joyous experiences of a new puppy or kitten to the final loving moments with a beloved senior pet, they are with you every step of the way. VCA Canada Frontier Animal Hospital are Trusted Saskatoon Vets and you can find them under the Vets & Pets Category.


Please help them Welcome their new DVM Emily Lanigan. She is a 2018 graduate of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine and is eager to perform the highest quality of medicine. She is a great addition to the already amazing team at VCA Frontier.





The Experts at VCA Frontier Explain Proper Pet ID Options



It is always a good idea to have some form of Identification on your pet especially when travelling. Here are some pros and cons of each:


Microchip


Pros:

  • Permanent Identification
  • Most common Identification Nationally
  • If theft occurs cannot be removed

               

Cons:

  • Slightly painful application
  • Can migrate from the original site
  • Owners contact information must be updated to be of use
  • Need a universal scanner to be identified 



 


Tattooing


Pros:

  • Permanent Identification

             
Cons:

  • Can fade or become illegible
  • Can only be done under anesthetic
  • Province-specific and only used for ID in Canada
  • Relies on Veterinary Clinics record keeping
  • Owners need to update contact information
  • Visible on pet 

Name Tags


Pros:

  • You can design your own

Cons:

  • Can be easily lost or removed; Not permanent



Looking for a vet in Saskatoon? We definitely recommend checking out the team at VCA Canada Frontier

See all they do and read reviews on their listing on Trusted Saskatoon here - VCA Canada Frontier Animal Hospital are Trusted Saskatoon Vets  






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