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Q: My daughter told me my dog has hot spots. What is that?

Written on: July 9th, 2009 in Q & A's

Answer:  According to the ASPCA website, hot spots, also known as acute moist dermatitis, are red, moist, hot and irritated lesions that are typically found on a dog’s head, hip or chest area. They grow quickly because dogs tend to lick, chew and scratch the affected areas, further irritating the skin. Hot spots can become […]


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Q: “Is the capitol building open for tours on Saturday?”

Written on: July 8th, 2009 in Q & A's

A: Yes, Legislative Hall is open the first Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For more information and guidelines on visiting the Capitol please check: http://regulations.delaware.gov/Tour/services/guided_tour.shtml Thanks for using Ask a Librarian Delaware!


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Q: Can you return books and movies taken from one library at a different library?

Written on: July 7th, 2009 in Q & A's

A: Yes!  All items checked out in Kent or Sussex County may be returned at any public library in Kent or Sussex. We also have a state-wide delivery system.  Just let the library staff member know your book/movie needs to be sent to a library in a different county (and be aware items may take […]


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Q: I live in Dover. What do I do when my neighbor has an unhealthy house and children

Written on: July 1st, 2009 in Q & A's

A: If you think that the children are at risk you should contact the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families. You can report child abuse or neglect by calling 1-800-292-9582. For more information please visit their website at http://kids.delaware.gov/contact.shtml If the children are not at risk, but the house might have […]


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Q: Where can I get a passing bad check sign?

Written on: July 1st, 2009 in Q & A's

A: The Delaware Attorney General’s Office has a section of their website devoted to the “Check Enforcement Program.”  You can download card and poster sized signs stating passing a bad check is a crime.  The Attorney Generals Office also has guidelines for accepting checks, a returned checks procedure checklist, and a check complaint form. http://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/crime/checkenforcement/checkenforcement.shtml […]


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