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Motorcycle Safety Update

Bike Week Motorcycle Safety As Bike Week continues in Volusia County, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to conduct high-visibility traffic enforcement operations to reduce crashes, speeding, careless driving and red light violations. Extra deputies are working overtime with funding from a yearlong FDOT Motorcycle Safety High Visibility Awareness Grant, which launched last fall and continues through the next several months. They’ve placed copies … Continue reading Motorcycle Safety Update

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AdventHealth Infant CPR Class

Life-Threatening Emergencies and CPR This demonstration class teaches family and friends what they need to know in the event of a life-threatening emergency — for example, if your baby is choking or isn’t moving or breathing because of a fall or a near drowning. In order to provide an optimal experience and ensure that other class participants may focus on our instructor, please do not … Continue reading AdventHealth Infant CPR Class

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Pool Safety for Your Pet

Pet Safety Around the Water Last month we had a great question regarding safety for dogs at the beach. As a follow up this month we will delve deeper into overall swimming and pool safety for our canine friends. Being aware of potential dangers and setting up for a fun experience will help make outdoor water activities an enjoyable time for all involved. Can Your … Continue reading Pool Safety for Your Pet

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Pet Swimming Safety

Pets and Water Safety Q: “My dog, Grady James, loves coming to the beach with us every weekend. Sometimes he has diarrhea and acts sick afterward. I heard that the water can be bad for dogs. Is this something I should be concerned with?” Caitie – dog parent, NSB A: We are incredibly lucky to live in an area that allows us to enjoy the … Continue reading Pet Swimming Safety