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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…

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After a hiatus, the Humane Society for Southwest Washington’s (HSSW) ReTails Thrift Store again features adoptable cats — and they’re back in style. Bright red cat condos serve as temporary shelter for cats ready to meet their new owners.