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Latitude: 35.115643 -- Longitude: -114.588655
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Bullhead City has a desert climate, with a few inches of precipitation year-round. It is one of the United States's hottest cities during the summer, with an average July high of 109 degrees Fahrenheit degrees. The month with the most average precipitation is August, with 0.99 inch or 25 millimeters. Interestingly, Bullhead City is located on the always-flowing Colorado River, is cursed with high daily humidity, and yet has truly desert measures of precipitation. The town was originally known as "Hardyville", named after William Harrison Hardy, who worked as a postmaster, county supervisor and a member of the Territorial Legislature. When the railroad bypased the town, it quickly became a ghost town until the construction of the Davis Dam. The name "Bullhead City" is taken from "Bull Head's Rock", a rock formation along the Colorado River. During the days of riverboats, it was used as a navagation point. -- Source: Wikipedia.com
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We Urgently Need Foster Homes!
|Our mascot, Gatsby (owned by our president), |
proudly accepting the donated food
on behalf of our rescue dogs. Yum!
URGENT purebred liver & white English pointer in Huachuca City, AZ needs a forever home! Just look at those stunning markings!
Hardey is approx. 2-3 yrs old, neutered, UTD on all vaccines, housebroken & walks nicely on leash. He is great with cats, dogs of all sizes, and LOVES kids. Hardey is energetic, playful, and a very affectionate lapdog. He can jump a 6' block wall, but 6' chainlink kept him in the yard.
Because he is altered, current on vaccines & micro-chipped Hardey can go home with you TODAY for $35!
You can meet and fall in love with Hardey between 1-5pm weekdays and 10am-2pm on Sat. at the Huachuca City animal shelter located at 300 Howard Street, Huachuca City, AZ 85616. Shelter phone number is: 520-456-1337.
|Stunning and unusual markings! Hardey is one handsome fella!|
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