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This Halloween cutesy pet costumes are not Rover’s biggest enemy in Atlanta apartments. According to the Pet Poison Helpline, the number of calls about dogs ingesting chocolate more than doubles the week of Halloween. Chemicals in chocolate are dangerous for dogs and the smaller the dog, the higher the risk for poisoning. Signs of a chocolate overdose include: vomiting, agitation, elevated heart rate, tremors and collapse. Be mindful of your furry four-legged friends and all the candy going around. The same holds true of grapes, raisins and candy or food containing them.
If your dog may have eaten chocolate, raisins or grapes then contact your emergency vet immediately!
JAMCO Properties, Inc. offers pet friendly Atlanta apartments for rent at 20 communities around metro Atlanta. Instead of an ugly holiday sweater, invest in healthy treats for your pets. They will thank you.
Make moving into Atlanta apartments less stressful. To help, start the night before the big move. Contact packers, movers, leasing staff and everyone involved the day before you move into your new apartment. Exchange contact information with each party including child or pet sitters and make sure to charge your cell phone overnight. Get a good night’s sleep.
Prior to moving, have the transportation route mapped out for all your helpers. Print your Atlanta apartment’s floor plan and draw a diagram of your furniture over it to assist your movers. Label all your boxes with the room where they belong and remember to label the rooms too.
Move-in day, wake up early! Be prepared by keeping a few things on hand, items like: snacks and beverages for movers, a first aid kit, daily medication, toilet paper and a little cash. Take responsibility for moving important documents and costly items yourself. Check with your new Atlanta apartment community for the best unloading location before the truck arrives!
Keep a positive attitude and be patient. Moving is not fun for anyone, but soon you will be on your way to enjoying apartments in Atlanta.
College Park, Georgia in south Fulton and north Clayton counties is home to the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and the country’s largest private grade school, Woodward Academy; however, the Atlanta suburb offers residents a small town feel while being in the center of everything. Atlanta apartment renters choose apartments in College Park for their historic location and easy commute to downtown Atlanta by car or MARTA public transportation not to mention the affordable apartments for rent in College Park. The city also hosts several recreation, dining and entertainment venues that draw residents from all over metro Atlanta.
In 1929 the College Park Municipal Golf Course opened 9 holes of challenging play for the public. The publicly owned golf course serves residents of College Park apartments and metro Atlanta homeowners alike. Anyone can play and that is the #1 priority of College Park’s golf course. Three recreation centers offering everything from basketball to gymnastics also provide recreational resources to the community of College Park. Additionally, four parks mostly named for famous former College Park residents serve the city.
Restaurants in College Park range from comfortable country cooking to upscale fine dining experiences. Whether it is gastro-pub fare or award-winning bbq with sweet tea to quench your thirst and fill your belly, College Park apartment residents eat like royalty without breaking the bank. Cheap eats abound on Main Street.
After a round of golf on the municipal course, a delicious lunch on Main Street or both, renters can enjoy entertainment at any of the festivals routinely occurring in College Park. Wolfe Creek Amphitheater caters to music lovers with several events including Funk Fest and Gospel Explosion that occur annually. Apartment renters should keep an eye out for their favorite celebrities. Talented musical artist like Ludacris and Monica as well as star athletes like Cam Newton and Josh Smith once called College Park, GA home.
Stonetree Apartments in College Park deliver spacious apartments and townhomes with affordable rent. Come home to College Park, come home to Stonetree Apartments.
“Located at the south end of Centennial Park in downtown Atlanta, the SkyView Ferris wheel is set up to thrill people from all over the Atlanta Metro area. The wheel is almost 20 stories high with 42 gondolas that will be able to hold up to 6 people. With a view like this, everyone will want a ride. And if you want to ride in style, check out our VIP gondola that gives you all the perks including the wonderful view. Surrounded by many other local favorite attractions of the downtown Centennial Park area, you’ll never find yourself looking for something to do.”
A fun escape from the city surface for Atlanta apartment residents! Scout for your next apartment home from the top of Atlanta’s newest attraction, located in the heart of downtown near the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca Cola not to mention Centennial Olympic Park. Just minutes from Cascade Glen Apartments! Visit the SkyView website for tickets and more information.