Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday, May 16th, 10:06 am
As the weather warms up, pets are outside more frequently. With this comes the potential for barking or howling dogs to become a neighborhood nuisance. While it is natural for dogs to bark to protect their home or owners, it is unlawful for any owner to permit their pet to bark, howl and/or yelp in a loud and persistent manner. Owners that do not comply with this regulation could receive a court summons and a fine up to $499 per violation.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday, April 26th, 10:55 am
The Douglas-Elbert County Horse Council (DECHC) and the Douglas County Animal Response Team (CART) are pleased to present an Emergency Preparedness Clinic for your horse and your property on Saturday, May 12 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Kirk Hall, 500 Fairgrounds Dr., Castle Rock, from 9:00 a.m. till approximately 12:00 Noon.
Submitted by Anonymous on Monday, December 5th, 10:47 pm
The Aurora Animal Care Division and Shelter advises these tips for your pets in winter. If you are aware of a neglected or abused animal in your neighborhood, call the Aurora Animal Care Division at 303-326-8288 immediately.