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The Spokane Valley resident lives with his 103-year-old WWII veteran father in a home he’s added to for the past 30 years. He’s also the chaplain of the Combat Veteran Riders, a nonprofit that seeks to make the transition easier for every military member coming home.
World War II veteran with a goal of visiting very state and meeting each governor crosses Washington off his list.
You can’t keep “potentially dangerous animals” in Washington without a permit from the director of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. That law led to a 3-foot long, 8-pound alligator being confiscated from an Asotin County man earlier this month.
Pets can help calm their owners and reduce stress. That can be key for people who are living in poverty, say volunteers who run a low-cost vet clinic out of the Union Gospel Mission maintenance shop.
State officials are warning Oregonians to keep their dogs away from sea lions.
When Deb Lynam’s golden retriever Benny suffered a major medical episode, she initially sought out traditional veterinary medicine.
Valor Cleaning Services of Spokane Valley has been recognized for hiring veterans. The owner, former Marine Edward Burns Jr., says military-instilled attention to detail makes vets good workers.
More than four months after a University of Idaho task force delivered its suggestions concerning the management of nuisance animals on campus to president Chuck Staben, changes to policy may begin to appear.
Linda and David Jacquot have spent this year preparing to open a coffee shop in Coeur d’Alene with a unique mission. G.I. Java will double as a place for veterans to get together and talk about their struggles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or other war-related trauma, substance abuse and other issues.
Alberta is a canine made entirely of synthetic material, created to provide veterinary students with anatomically correct bodies for surgical practice. The product is designed to replace the euthanized shelter animals many vets practice on.
A three-motorcycle crash during a ride by the Combat Vet Riders club killed a Post Falls man and injured three others on Saturday.
A North Idaho family blames the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for the death of a Navy veteran who killed himself last year amid a sharp increase in suicides among patients receiving care at the Spokane VA Medical Center. Richard Kinsey-Young, 35, was found dead at his Rathdrum home on April 5, 2008, after a 16-month struggle with pain and depression that his medical providers were unable to assuage with more than a dozen prescriptions, including morphine, antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs.