Pets and Animals

Meet the Seattle Kraken’s team dog: Davy Jones

SEATTLE, Wash. -- By popular demand, the Seattle Kraken now have an official team dog. Meet Davy Jones. The team introduced the four-month-old Husky mix to the team on Monday. It’s safe to say that players and staff have warmed…

Therapy dog to provide comfort to local first responders

SPOKANE, Wash. – A new pup will be giving some extra love to local first responders.  Pierce, a six-month-old Golden-Doodle, is the newest member of Spokane County Fire District 8.  SCFD 8’s Chaplain Aaron McNally is training Pierce to…

Bobcat watches WSDOT crews plow near Colville

  COLVILLE, Wash. – Crews from the Washington State Department of Transportation were greeted by a bobcat while they were working near Colville on Thursday.  The bobcat was spotted along State Route 20 near the Beaver Lodge west of…

“Paws-ing” to plan: How you can ensure your pet’s future well-being with pet trust planning

Our pets aren’t just companion animals. They’re treasured friends, and even beloved family members. While it’s never fun or pleasant to think about what will happen to them if the worst should happen to us, it’s very important to consider how we can ensure they are well cared for when and if we are no longer able to care for them ourselves. Thankfully, creating a solid plan through a pet trust can help give us peace of mind.

30 foods that are poisonous to dogs

Given how much time we spend with our four-legged companions, it's natural to assume they can eat with us, too. However, some human food can be dangerous for dogs.

Top 5 pet new year's resolutions for 2022

The new year is upon us.  It's time to take a look back on the past year and determine what we might want to change, do better or accomplish in 2022.  For pet parents, much of this reflection applies to the lives they share with their pets.