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Dr. Brian Hunter, a beloved and community-minded veterinarian in the Spokane community, died from kidney cancer in mid-August.
For 43 days Cookie was in flight mode. After running away from her owner in January, Cookie braved Spokane’s freezing temperatures, snowstorms, coyotes and a property owner wanting to shoot her.
During difficult financial times for the nonprofit organization, SpokAnimal C.A.R.E. has announced plans to shut down its veterinary clinic in Spokane’s East Central neighborhood.
Leslie Mitcham is tired of being called an abusive pet owner.
Early in Brian Hunter’s career, a fellow veterinarian encouraged him to grow a beard. “You’ll look older,” the friend reasoned, “and people will trust you.”
When Tai Shan, a 3-year-old German shepherd, left the examination room wearing his brand new bandanna, everyone in the waiting room at Lincoln Heights Veterinary Clinic applauded him. His owner, Karen Sanborn, just had him screened to see if he was a good candidate to donate canine blood to the Pet Emergency Clinic of Spokane.
An exhausted immature bald eagle that had been soaked in the frigid waters of the Little Spokane River on New Year's Eve was rescued by birders Tina and Judge Wynecoop of Colbert and taken to Ponti Veterinary Clinic for treatment. The big bird was alive and seemingly doing well, but not eating yet on Monday evening, the veterinarian reported. Four days later it was healthy and released where it was found along the Little Spokane.
An injured golden eagle that had been soaked in the frigid waters of the Little Spokane River on New Year's Eve was rescued by birders Tina and Judge Wynecoop of Colbert and taken to Ponti Veterinary Clinic for treatment.