Bee Swarms Dog

July 16, 2011 by Post Team 

Bee Swarms DogBee Swarms Dog, Swarms of bees aggressive harass a neighborhood in southern California have killed a family dog. Kim Bammes Chocolate “Labrador mix, Reggie, died after being stung so many times in the backyard Wildomar veterinarian lost count.

The community residents of southwestern Riverside County say they can hear a buzz of bees during certain times of day, and now the time of their comings and goings at the time of the insects.

The Riverside Press-Enterprise says Bammes tried unsuccessfully to get help from the county or city, Wildomar and code enforcement officer, Keith Ross, said the city could not afford to exterminate insects.
Deputy Director Keith Jones said the job would cost around 300.

County officials say there is little they can do because the hive is on private property of a neighbor.
However, Assistant City Manager Gary Nordquist MailOnline said if the bees are considered a threat to public health officials will take action.

Mr. Nordquist said a beehive in a tree house nestled in a Bamm neighbor lady, and was thrown to the ground when the insects swarmed over the fence in the backyard, attacking her two dogs.
The second dog survived the attack and multiple bee stings.

The bees have since built large nests in the house of Mrs. Bammes and an exterminator has killed between 6,000 and 8,000 bees.
However, warns the insect exterminator to return if the principal queen of the hive is not removed?

City officials could not confirm at the time of writing the kind of bees had attacked.
Mr. Nordquist said the owner of the house where the hive was formed and 100 citations could face if not removed.
Ms. Bammes said he wants to sue her neighbor, but I’d like some money to help pay for 2000 and the vet bills.
She is most concerned, however, that the city will not intervene.
“Let’s (not) wait until someone dies,” said

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