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  • K9 Keg Pull outtakes

    After producing a short story about the annual K9 Keg Pull in Sandpoint Sunday, Feb. 23, photographer Jesse Tinsley compiled the outtakes from the event into a montage of dogs, …


  • Sandpoint K9 Keg Pull

    The Sandpoint Winter Carnival ended Sunday with a dog lover’s favorite, the annual K9 Keg Pull. Dogs of many sizes allowed themselves to be hitched to empty kegs for a …


  • Puppy mill rescue

    Forty-five American Eskimo dogs from a puppy mill in Kennewick arrived in Spokane on Friday, May 29, 2009. Groups here hope to socialize and find homes for them.


  • Owners reunited with their dogs

    Patty Schoendorf (left) welcomes her dog Kenny while Emily Kaeding greets her dog Tai at SpokAnimal, November 30, 2007. The dogs have been impounded since August, but a judge ordered …


  • At home with Reno

    Michael Buletti cracked open a cold Miller High Life as he walked into his backyard with his dog Reno. After a nine-day hunt for the 9-year-old boxer, and a $1,600 …


  • Dock Dogs in action

    Caddis, a Chesapeake Bay retriever owned by Julie and Britten Jay, leaped more than 22 feet into a pool to win the masters division of the National Dock Dogs Championships …


  • Virginia is for dog lovers

    Adrian and John Taylor volunteered to take two Panhandle Animal Shelter dogs hiking with them while on vacation in Sandpoint. Now the two dogs are headed back to Virginia with …


  • Bulldog Club of America National Dog Show

    The 2007 Bulldog Club of America National Specialty has taken over the Red Lion Hotel at the Park in Spokane with over 300 dogs from around the county and world.


  • One lucky dog

    SpokAnimal Officer Mike Thames describes rescuing a dog stranded above the Spokane River Tuesday morning in downtown Spokane.


  • Paraplegic dog

    From the Spokesman.com 2007 video archive: Paraplegic dog still goes for walks with his owner’s help.


  • Sensei Harder

    With his service dog still by his side, Bob Harder is ready to resume his active lifestyle after hip-replacement surgery.

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