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VANCOUVER, Wash., May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Banfield Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and Texas A&M University's Veterinary Emergency Team (VET) today unveiled the university's second custom-built veterinary response trailer and truck designed to be utilized in the evacuation phase of disaster response. As the largest and most deployed veterinary emergency response unit in the country, Texas A&M's VET is a leader in emergency preparedness.

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Hobbies, as defined by the Oxford Dictionary, are activities done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure. For Carrie Stone-Arroyo, her husband Cesar, and their daughter Melanie, being hobby farmers is much more than that. It is about connecting with others and investing in the future.

BELLEVUE, Wash., April 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Pet Partners, the nation's leading organization in registering therapy animals for animal-assisted interventions, is proud to announce the seventh annual National Therapy Animal Day set for April 30, 2021. National Therapy Animal Day was created to recognize all of the exceptional therapy animals who partner with their human companions to bring comfort and healing to those in need. Therapy animals and their handlers help people of all ages in a variety of settings including hospitals, veterans' facilities, schools, and assisted living facilities.

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SUNNYSIDE – After weeks of discussion about the current animal control procedures, in particular a reported surge of feral cats, the council adopted the same contract it’s had for the past three years with the Yakima Humane Society (YHS) during Monday, Dec. 14, council meeting, the last of the year.

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SUNNYSIDE — Numerous stray dog complaints from city residents has brought Councilman Mike Farmer to the conclusion that the city is being overrun with stray animals.

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As a rural and agricultural haven of farmers, ranchers and people who appreciate this quality of lifestyle here in the lower valley, our relationship with animals and the environment is constantly evolving but our duty to ensure their care and humane treatment is a community responsibility which should never waiver.