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Cape Qazette Business & Real Estate FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 - MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 37 Going to the dogs- and cats Savannah Animal Hospital celebrates 25 years The doors were thrown open to the public Oct. 20 as Savannah Animal Hospital in Lewes cele- brated its 25th anniversary. Over the past 25 years, the facility on Wescoats Road has grown and expanded; it now has a staff of 63 and offers 24-hour emergency services. The facility is not only an animal hospital, but also in- cludes a pet hotel for boarding and a pet boutique. Services for dogs and cats include prescriptions, sur- gery, dentistry, an in-house lab, grooming and preventative healthcare. See a complete list of services and more about the animal hospital at savannahani- malhosp.com or phone 645-8757. Friends (I-r) Kaeleigh Hite, Dylenn Enright and Addison Hedrick show off their faces painted as animals. Tristin Ruark of Seaford is ready to roar after getting her face painted. RON MACARTHUR PHOTOS IN A MOCK OPERATION on a stuffed animal, sisters Cookie, left, and Molly Ehrlich of Lewes join with veterinarian Kelli Martin, far right, and vet tech Mandi Thompson to begin an examination. Sadie Baker, a 4-month old German Shepherd, emerges from a tunnel that is part of an obstacle course. Christina Peirce of Ocean View pos- es with her golden retriever, Honey, during a photo-taking session. Along with Dr. Robert Pedigo, Dr. Andrea Richter founded Savannah Animal Hospital Oct. 18,1988. Jazz, cockta ils, brunc]a, wings: And the band played on! o many people tell me that living at the beach is like a year-round vacation. If that is the case (it is for me), then the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival is like a little vacation wrapped up inside a bigger one. So many things to do, and only four days to get it all done. My post-iazzfest wrap-up is sort of a tradition, and it's always fun to relive the adventures - at least those that I can clearly remember. There was no better way to kick-start the weekend than with Sheila E.I In my former life, my Washington, D.C. recording studio played host to Sheila E. and Prince for three all-night sessions as they scrambled to finish their "Bat- man" movie soundtrack album. It was great seeing her again on the stage at Cape Henlopen High School. Initial sound sys- tern slip-ups notwithstanding, by the time the 56-year-old (she looks 29) Latino percussionist took the stage, everything was perfect. Her dad, the legendary Pete Escovedo, was a special surprise, keeping up with his energetic kid on the timbales, cowbells and cymbals note for note. The man is 78! I felt bad for the people who found it necessary to rush out of the theater before the encore (Where were they going? It's 10 p.m. on a Thursday at the beach We tried to get her to joinus in October!). That annoyance aside, the encore was the best part of the show. Sheila not only performed an amazing drum solo, but she integrated two Cape music students into the program. The high school- ers performed their sax and trumpet parts like pros. Guitarist Paul Cullen was busy on Friday, adding his cool Latin iazz to happy hour at a(MUSE.), then hightailing it over to Touch of Italy to play until 1 a.m. We enioyed ap- petizers and Chad Ackland's incredible martinis at Espuma with none other than Bethany Beach fitness guru Lisa Velasco. This woman is the poster child for endorphins, and time with . i,i her is upbeat and memorable. She whips people into shape at Custom Fitness by Lisa and en- ioys a long list of faithful fans. at Touch of Italy, but she starts pumpin' iron at 6 a.m. (Up until that moment I thought 6 came around only once - followed by sunset.) We restrained ourselves at Espuma, saving room for Touch of Italy's crispy Focaccia alla Robiola da Ciro prepared by our favorite pizza guy, Biaggio Lucci. Of course you don't go to Touch of Italy without grazing the pasticceria, and smiling deli Continued on page 40 BOB YESBEK PHOTOS JAZZ BRUNCH at Back Porch Cafe: The traditional Eggs Benedict!