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Winter Pet Tips

Winter Pet Tips

 

As the end of the year draws near, the weather gets colder and colder. Some parts of California have already reached temperatures that make most people choose to stay indoors. As the temperatures drop, it is important for everyone to stay warm for their own health and safety.

While everyone hurries to bundle up for the cold weather, they also need to consider their pets as well. While most pets have fur coats to help keep them warm, they aren’t impervious to the cold. Just like the cold will eventually worm its way through a jacket, it will do the same to fur. Plus, there is the fact that not all animals are built to tolerate all kinds of weather. Due to this, it is important for pet owners to consider their furry companions this winter.

 Keeping Pets Warm This Winter

There are all sorts of things that pet owners need to consider when winter rolls around each year. Here are some things to think about when the temperatures start to drop:

  • Adjust meals to account for changes in activity. If a dog spends more time indoors and is less active in winter, then they don’t need as much food. However, if they go out a lot and are more active, then they need more food. Plus, staying warm in the cold consumes energy, so that alone means needing more food.
  • Bring pets inside. While they may have fur, a lot of pets are just as susceptible of getting frostbite and hypothermia as people are. Think of their fur as permanent jackets. Animal can resist the cold for a little bit like people can, but eventually they need to come inside too.
  • Check under the hood of your car before starting it. Outdoor cats are always looking for warm places to hide, and a warm engine can be a nice place to curl up for a nap. Unfortunately, if someone comes by and starts the car up again while the cat is still there, disaster can occur.
  • Increase time between baths. Just like people, pets can suffer from dry skin, which can be dried out from baths. Since putting moisturizer on with all of that fur is a bit difficult, it is best to simply reduce the number of baths pets get in winter to help prevent the skin from drying out in the first place.
  • Keep dogs on leashes near bodies of water. Letting a dog off their leash near water is how the dog can end up running across the ice and falling in.
  • Keep walks shorter. Reducing the lengths of walks can reduce the exposure to the cold and help prevent any cold related health risks.
  • Provide jackets for pets. Some animals simply don’t have the fur to deal with cold or snow. Think of Chihuahuas and their short fur.
  • Provide proper shelter. The best place for pets to be in winter is indoors with their owner. However, if that is not possible, make sure outdoor pets have adequate shelter from the cold. The floor of the shelter should be raised above the ground, the door should face away from the wind, and a heavy burlap or plastic sheet should cover the door. The inside should be large enough for the animal to lay down comfortably, but small enough to conserve heat, and have a layer of sawdust or straw to lay on.
  • Take care of your dog’s paws. Wipe their paws after walks near roads that have been salted. The salt can get on the pup’s paws and make him/her sick after licking it off. Try putting booties on dogs’ paws to both keep them warm and clean.

 Consequences of Animal Abuse

California Penal Code (PC) 597 makes it illegal for a person to kill, harm, neglect, or overwork an animal. This includes failing to protect an animal from severe weather. Leaving a pet out in the cold is a type of animal abuse, since the owner is neglecting the health and safety of the critter. As such, if a person doesn’t take the time to care for their pet, they can face legal consequences.

If a person is charged with PC 597, they can face either misdemeanor or felony charges depending on the facts of the crime and the person’s criminal record. As a misdemeanor, a person faces:

  • Up to 1 year in county jail.
  • A max fine of $20,000.

When charged as a felony, a person faces:

  • 16 months, 2 year, or 3 years in state prison.
  • A max fine of $20,000.

Some additional consequences for being charged with animal abuse, regardless of misdemeanor or felony, can include:

  • Having the animal removed from the person’s care.
  • Paying for the animal’s housing costs during the trial period.
  • Mandatory counseling.
  • An additional year in prison if the abuse involved a deadly or dangerous weapon.

 Be Considerate of Animals This Winter

For some people, the cold weather can be fun, in short doses. The same is often true for animals. The cold doesn’t mean that animals need to be inside 24/7 until spring, but they should definitely spend more time indoors rather than outside.

Something else to consider, is this saying “If you’re cold, they’re cold. Bring them inside.” While this is true for most animals, there are a few breeds out there that are better built for cold and snow. One dog breed that springs to mind is huskies. They often prefer colder weather, and with their stubborn attitudes, they may resist their owner when it comes time to go back inside. Basically, before reporting anyone for animal abuse, make sure the parent isn’t out there trying to coax the stubborn animal back inside.

What do you think of California’s take on animal abuse? Are the consequences too steep, or are they well deserved? Do you have any additional winter safety tips for pet owners that aren’t on this list? If so, share them in the comments down below and help other pet owners keep their critters safe this winter.

The Difference between Bail Agents and Bail Bondsmen

The Difference between Bail Agents and Bail Bondsmen

 

The bail industry has a lot of different terms that are often confusing for people experiencing bail for the first time. One set of terms that can be particularly confusing is bail agent and bail bondsman. These two terms often leave people wondering which type of bail person they should contact to ensure that they get the best help possible, when it really doesn’t matter.

Even though it may seem like they are different, bail agents and bail bondsmen are the same thing. These are just two different titles for the same job. This makes your task of finding expert bail help easy. Want to know what makes it even easier? Contacting Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona.

Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona is a statewide bail bond company that has helped thousands of Californians since our company’s founding. Let us do the same for you. Our expert bail agents are available to offer their professional assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They will always be there to lend you a helping hand.

If you have questions about getting your loved one released from jail, our agents will be more than happy to answer them. We put our bail agents through training every other year to keep them up-to-date on everything bail related. This ensures that you receive the best help in the state. Some of the services we provide for our clients include:

    • 24/7 Bail bond service
    • 20% Discount
    • Phone approvals
    • 0% Interest payment plans
    • No hidden fees
    • No collateral with working signer
    • Se habla Español

Here at Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona, our goal is to make the bail bond process as simple as possible for our clients. Our bail agents are available 24/7, all over the state of California. Wherever and whenever you need help, we will be there for you. You can count on us.

Do you have questions for a bail agent? Consultations are free, so call (951) 684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

Questions about Payments

Questions about Payments

 

When it comes to bailing someone out of jail, most people have a lot of questions. Here at Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona, we have heard, and answered, all sorts of questions. The part of bail that causes the most concern amongst our clients, is paying for it. People have a lot of questions relating to paying for a bail bond, and so we’ve compiled a list of those questions, and their answers, to make things easier for you.

  • How much does a bail bond cost? How much a bail bond costs is dependent on how much your loved one’s bail is set at. Our bail bonds cost 10% of the bail they are for. This means that a $20,000 bail will have a $2,000 bail bond.
  • Are there any discounts? Yes, we do offer discounts for qualified clients. If one of the co-signers for the bail bond is a member of the military, a member of AARP, a union member, owns a home, or has a private attorney, then the person can get 20% off the price of the bail bond.
  • How do I make payments? We accept a number of different payment options to make paying for the bail bond easier. We accept cash, checks, credit cards, Western Union money transfers, E-checks, and Wells Fargo Business Account deposits. These payments can be made in person, online, over the phone, or even through the mail in some instances.
  • How much do I have to pay upfront? That is dependent on how big the bail is, and who the co-signers for the bail bond are. A smaller bail can lead to smaller monthly and down payments. Having good co-signers is another way to shrink the size of the payments.
  • How much is interest? 0%. We do not charge interest on our bail bonds.
  • Do I need collateral? In most cases, all we need for collateral is the signature of a working co-signer. If we have that, most times we won’t need any other type of collateral.
  • What happens if I miss a payment? We understand that life can get difficult at times, and so a missed payment is bound to happen. If you know in advanced that you are going to miss a payment, talk to one of our agents. We will be more than willing to work with you.

Paying for someone’s bail may seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. At Riverside Bail Bonds in Corona, we do everything that we can to make paying for the bail bond as easy as possible.

If you have more questions about bail or bail bonds, feel free to get in touch with one of our agents. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and consultations are always free. There is no reason not to talk to one of our professional bail agents.

Are you ready to get started? If so, call (951) 684-4484or click Chat With Us now.

Speeding Is Illegal and Dangerous

Speeding Is Illegal and Dangerous

Everyone has been late to something in their life. Anyone who has experienced this can attest to the fact that it is not fun. This makes a lot of people do whatever they can to avoid running late again in the future. Unfortunately, some people do this by breaking the law.

Speeding doesn’t seem like a big deal to a lot of drivers out there, especially since so many people do it on a daily basis. However, speeding is still illegal because it is dangerous. Speeding is classified as driving faster than what could be considered safe or prudent based on weather, visibility, and traffic.

The faster someone drives, the less time they have to react to an unexpected change or danger. This is what causes accidents. In fact, speeding is the third most common cause of accidents. Driving under the influence comes in second, and distracted driving is number one. This gives you a good idea of how dangerous speeding truly is.

Here in California, drivers will face tickets for speeding, which are arguably worse than just getting to their destination a few minutes late. So long as the overall speed was under 100 miles per hour (mph), the ticket prices are as follows:

  • $35 for being 1 to 15 mph over the speed limit.
  • $70 for being 16 to 25 mph over the speed limit.
  • $100 for being 26 mph or more over the limit.

For anyone caught going over 100 mph, they face a max fine of up to $500, as well as a 30 day suspension of their license for a first time offense. If caught speeding like that again, the max fine can be up to $750 with a 6 month license suspension. A third or subsequent offense earns a person a max fine of $1,000 and a 1 year license suspension.

Despite how it may seem, speeding is a very dangerous thing to do. Driving at unsafe speeds can easily cause accidents that can harm or kill people, which is why the act is illegal.

Fines for Rolling Stop Signs

Drivers Have to Stop

California is notorious for having drivers who like to play by their own rules. Drivers in the state seem to follow the mentality that if everyone does it, it must be okay. However, this is not the case. After all, if other drivers drove off of a bridge, you wouldn’t follow them. Besides, a driver can still get into trouble for breaking a law, even if other drivers broke it too.

A perfect example of this is when drivers approach stop signs. A driver is supposed to come to a full stop at the limit line, the white line in the road, when they approach a stop sign. This is required by law. However, many drivers prefer to do a rolling stop, also known as a California stop.

A rolling stop occurs when a vehicle does not stop. Instead, it slows to an almost stop, then continues on without truly coming to a stop. This common practice is actually illegal and can earn a person a traffic ticket. A ticket for this offense can cost around $140. As with all traffic violations in California, acquiring too many tickets for rolling stops can cause a person to lose their license.

When a driver approaches a stop sign, they need to stop at the limit line, or the edge of the crosswalk. The vehicle needs to come to a full stop, meaning the wheels aren’t moving and the speedometer needle is at 0. After stopping for 3 seconds, the driver can then proceed through the intersection if it is clear.

Drivers in a hurry tend to not stop, preferring to simply slow instead, in order to save time. This can be dangerous and cause an accident, which is why it is against the law. If a law enforcement officer sees a driver do this, they will pull that driver over and give him or her a ticket.

A Rocky Start to 2017, but Who Really Cares?

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So it is already days into 2017 and you have learned that a good friend of yours has already been arrested.

Well, that may have been fast, but it is definitely not too late to resolve some of the matters and get his or her life back on track. It is not too late to start the year off right. The current situation is a mere obstacle, but with our help, your friend can certainly still finish the month on a strong note.

What we do is provide affordable bail bonds and payment plans for those bail bonds. The total amount paid to us is 10% of the full bail amount. Though this is not refundable, bail bonds still tend to be more commonly used because of the payment flexibility. Plus, you will have one of our professional and licensed bail agents taking care of all the confusing legal work, whereas if you pay cash bail, you are essentially on your own.

Let us help get your friend bailed out of jail and back to focusing on the New Year.

Corona Bail Bond Store, can be reached 24/7 online and at 951-684-4484 .

Don’t You Know: Life Is Not Perfect

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Life is far from perfect, no one has a perfect life. At some point, everyone gets in trouble, from cutting curfew or not doing homework, to doing something wrong at work or speeding.That right there is already an indication that no one is perfect, and life is not either.The good thing is that we manage to recover from these negative moments. It’s certainly possible to get life right back on track, even something as extreme as getting arrested.

Most people who are arrested are given the opportunity to post bail. Bail can be posted with cash or with a bail bond.The latter of which is more affordable and ideal for most people, yet still very much valid. Posting bail is the immediate first step toward resolving this situation and getting things back to normal.

Learn more about bail bonds and how they can get you, or a loved one, out of jail. Speak with a representative from a top bail bond company in California: Corona Bail Bond Store .

Available 24/7, open a chat room online, or call 951-684-4484 .

Advice to Future You

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You wanted to start 2017 off with a bang and make it a memorable celebration, but you didn’t imagine you would be sitting in jail and waiting to post bail. Now that you have dealt with the whole situation and put it behind you, what would you share with others who find themselves in a situation similar to yours?

“As long as they get professional assistance from Corona Bail Bond Store, they will be in good hands. Corona Bail Bond Store is California’s leading bail bond company,with 30 years of experience and more success stories than their competitors.Corona Bail Bond Store gets the job done quickly, and affordably.”

“Getting arrested is a low point, but anyone can pull through and overcome this obstacle. It will be challenging, but not impossible.”

Corona Bail Bond Store can be reached 24/7 online, and at 951-684-4484 .

Superhero Parents Save the Day Once Again

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Parents are forgiving, and their instinct is to always protect their young, even if their young are not really young anymore. They may have been extremely angry with you in the past, or you have seen them so upset that it makes you want to not tell them.However, deep down, they will never hate you or give up on you. They will forgive, protect, and support you. You should never deliberately avoid confiding in them when you are in real trouble.

If you are in real trouble, then you want to let them know because they are your parents and they can do anything. They are pros at life, and making sure things go right. Prep yourself for some anger and disappointment, but also prep yourself for their superhero abilities at rectifying the day. They will get you bailed out of jail with a bail bond from Corona Bail Bond Store in no time.

No matter how old you are, you can always approach your parents with complete honesty. Donot be ashamed to admit you messed up and need their help. They are going to help you, and so will Corona Bail Bond Store.

We can be reached online, or at 951-684-4484 .

A Thanksgiving You Will Not Forget

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Spare your family and friends by bailing your loved ones out of jail in time for Thanksgiving. There is a lot to plan right now between Thanksgiving dinner, daily routines, and bailing out your loved one. Contact Corona Bail Bond Store to help you sort the bail part out, which will allow you to focus on the Thanksgiving dinner.

Corona Bail Bond Store will make sure your loved one gets bailed out of jail so he or she can take his or her seat at the dinner table. You will communicate with a bail agent and come up with a customized payment plan. The payment plan will add up to 10% of the full bail, and do not worry, you will be making your payments after your loved one is released. All we do first is finalize and sign off on paperwork.

Aside from payments, your loved one will need to make court appointments on time and stay out of trouble. He or she may have additional requirements such as travel restrictions or curfews, but there will not be anything that prevents him or her from missing Thanksgiving dinner at home.

Corona Bail Bond Store can be reached online or at 951-684-4484 .

Never an Empty Seat at the Dinner Table

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An empty seat at an otherwise completely full Thanksgiving dinner table is awkward. Even more so when the reason behind that empty seat is because that person is stuck in jail. When this is the case, the mood becomes less thankful and more dismal. How much can you really enjoy Thanksgiving and the company of your family when one person is missing?

Can you avoid this happening? Definitely. How? With the help from Corona Bail Bond Store.

Corona Bail Bond Store is a California bail bond company that never closes because it is a 24/7 company. This is because sometimes, people need to bail someone out of jail at crucial times like major holidays, or the early hours of the morning.

A bail bond is an alternative means to posting cash bail, and one of the most relieving things about bail bonds is that it costs only 10% of the full bail amount. Approvals and paperwork can be done over the phone in less than an hour and after that, the bail bondis sent to the jail so your loved one can be released.Now he or she will beable to come home and fill that seat at the dinner table.

Bring your loved one home in time for the holiday celebrations by callingCorona Bail Bond Store at 951-684-4484 or ChattingWith Us online.

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

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That is a very good question that no one will ever have an answer to, and unfortunately, there is no way to prevent bad things happening to good people. Sometimes they are just in the wrong place at the wrong time, and get caught in the middle of something. Sometimes they are trying to do something good, but it just goes wrong.

For instance, Ben is walking down the street and sees a woman and another man, they donot know each other. The man is heckling the woman and following her and she’s clearly upset and trying to get away from him. Ben intervenes and tries convincing to this man to leave the woman alone. This man will not listen and throws a punch at ben because he will not leave the situation alone. Ben acts back in self-defense, and before we know it, both of them are in handcuffs.

You see, this sort of stuff happens? Ben was not looking to have a fistfight with another man. He wanted to politely, yet sternly, tell this man to stop bothering the woman. He just spoke up to the wrong guy.

You think bail bonds are only for hard criminals? No, bail bonds are for anyone who has been arrested and needs help to get out of jail, even good people who something bad happen to.

Corona Bail Bond Store is the bail bond company you want on your side, so please contact us at 951-684-4484 or visit us online.