Bullhead City Animal Care and Welfare recently responded to a dog bite case involving a child and a 9 month old Weimeramer named Charlie. After reviewing the information, ACW determined that Charlie did not pose a major threat and that it would be in his best interest to be moved to an out of state Weimeramer rescue.

Because of a previous agreement, S.A.I.N.T. was asked if they would be interested in working with the City and ACW to assist.

“We would like to thank AC&W and the City of Bullhead City for allowing us to help in this situation.  This was a group effort and we were pleased to see a life saved,” said Gail Moscato, S.A.I.N.T. President.