Pets and Fireworks

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Big Bear, CA, July 3, 2014 - We will all be enjoying the spectacular fireworks show tomorrow night. That is, if you're a human. But not so much if you're a dog. Here at KBHR, we receive the most reports of dogs being lost after the fireworks display. Here are some things to consider before the festivities begin. First and foremost, don't take … [Read more...]

Grant Available to Neuter Pit Bulls

San Bernardino County, CA, August 13, 2013 - The California Department of Food and Agriculture has awarded San Bernardino County  a $15,000 grant to help pet owners to spay and neuter Pit Bull breeds. Over 14,000 animals were admitted to the County’s animal shelter system last year, and the majority of them were Pit Bulls. This award … [Read more...]

Pets & Pyrotechnics: Plan Ahead

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Big Bear Lake, CA, July 3, 2013 - While most of us are looking forward to one of the top-rated fireworks shows in California this Thursday, the boom of pyrotechnics can terrify cats and dogs. This severe anxiety often takes the form of uncontrollable shaking, panting, clawing, and frantic meowing or barking. But in some cases, an animal's … [Read more...]

Keep Canines Cool as Temperatures Rise

Big Bear Lake, CA, June 29, 2013 - With record heat expected in Big Bear over the next few days, the San Bernardino County Animal Care & Control Program reminds pet owners to be extra watchful of pets. Pets are vulnerable to high temperatures, especially during a heat wave, and are unable to cool down their bodies as humans can. Animals left … [Read more...]