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The Humane Society for Southwest Washington is located at 1100 NE 192nd Ave., Vancouver, and adopts out dogs, cats, puppies, kittens and rabbits to families in the area. The shelter has a 93.7 percent save rate and has no limits to how long an animal can stay in the shelter. The shelter also…

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The Southwest Washington Humane Society is located at 1100 NE 192nd Ave, Vancouver, and adopts out dogs, cats, puppies, kittens and rabbits to families in the area. The shelter has a 93.7 percent save rate and has no limits to how long an animal can stay in the shelter. The shelter also oper…

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Playing Paws, a new daycare and boarding facility in Ridgefield, offers everything from chiropractic adjustments to a pickup service. Its campus features a 4,000-square-foot indoor facility and a three-acre outdoor play area with couches, nature walks and running space for dogs of all breeds…

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Those interested in hearing about Clark County’s biggest operator of off-leash areas for dogs have a chance with the organization head saying getting more volunteers would be a big push for 2019.

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Second Chance Companions is a non-profit pet organization dedicated to helping animals in Southwest Washington. The organization does not run an independent shelter, but instead maintains a list with hundreds of pets in private homes, waiting to have a family of their own. Below is a look at…

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Big things are happening at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington (HSSW) as a $45,000 grant and donated labor and resources have led to a new animal transport vehicle and a revamped off-leash area for dogs to be dogs during their stay at the shelter.

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Dogs are attention grabbers, ice breakers and all around conversation starters, but puppies have a way of warming even the most seasoned heart. Add the uniqueness of a 50-pound puppy and an owner with an empathetic spirit and you have an unstoppable force.

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When Myrna Loy received six ducklings from her friend Kenny Turner in 1996, she didn’t expect to still have one of that brood around 22 years later. The duck, a magpie drake named “Mr. Turner” in honor of one of her friends, resides on Loy’s property near Fargher Lake, living a much more wou…