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  • Dog grooming business caters to pets, owners

    Aquila Brown went to school to become a veterinary assistant because she loves animals. “But once I got a job, I realized every time I saw a dog I was …

  • The Rock Doc: Veterinarians learn grief counseling

    Modern veterinary science is a technically advanced field. Some animals receive not just X-rays but sophisticated scans such as MRIs. If you visit a large veterinary hospital you will find …

  • Giving critters a second chance

    The circle of life revolves around creatures dying so others can be nourished. But wildlife managers recognize that most people can’t ignore a critter in distress. This is where wildlife …

  • Bracing for the ‘baby season’

    Wildlife rehabilitators are bracing for their busiest and saddest time of year as wildlife enters the nesting, fawning and calving season. Many of the wild animals brought to wildlife rehabilitators …

  • Farm vet career losing appeal among students

    PROSSER, Wash. – Robert Thonney grew up on a small cattle ranch in Prosser, spending his childhood showing steers and cows at 4-H fairs. Now a first-year veterinary student at …

  • Best friends, big bucks

    Dave Scott has a University of Washington diploma and season football tickets at Husky Stadium. But lately, a lot of his time and money have gone to a certain cross-state …



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