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    Santa Clarita Library To Kick Off 'Paws To Read' Summer Program

    Children, teens and adults can keep learning all summer with the Santa Clarita Public Library's "Paws to Read" summer program. There will be story times, craft days, movies, author experiences and even a chance to adopt a pet during the two-month program.

    Santa Clarita Valley Relay For Life Team Holds Bark For Life

    The Santa Clarita Valley Relay for Life team and the American Cancer Society held their 3rd Annual Bark For Life Event on Saturday.

    Ma & Paw Kennel To Teach Canines Rattlesnake Avoidance At Hart Park

    In order to circumvent rattlesnake bites and bring awareness to this prevalent issue, Ma & Paw Kennel is expected to host rattle snake avoidance training for canines at William S. Hart Park on Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Animal Care And Control Receives Four Trailers To Help More Animals

    Four animal evacuation/ transportation trailers were recently received by the County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC).

    Mountain Restoration Trust To Teach Dogs Rattlesnake Avoidance

    Poisonous snakebites can be fatal for dogs and a costly expense for their owners, and the threat is especially prevalent in the rural areas of SoCal. In an effort to teach dogs how to avoid rattlesnakes, the Mountains Restoration Trust will host a training session at William S. Hart Park in Newhall July 28.

    Woman Killed By Dogs In Antelope Valley Identified

    The woman who was found being mauled by dogs in Littlerock, Antelope Valley on Thursday, May 9 has been identified as 63-year-old Pamela Marie Devitt. The L.A. County Department of Animal Care and Control has taken eight dogs into its possession.

    Santa Clarita Valley Deputies Caution Owners About Pets In Cars

    Santa Clarita Valley Deputies Caution Owners About Pets In Cars


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    With summer around the corner and the weather heating up, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies wanted to remind the community about the dangers of leaving your pet in the car.