This photo was submitted by Renae Griffith.
“I live in a fairly small town in Eastern Washington with my two dogs. My dogs and I love to go fishing (Tankerbell has actually caught some herself) and spend time in the beautiful outdoors. I chose the local humane society because I believe they do a tremendous thing for our area. Their facility is well kept, their employees are passionate and the service they offer our small area is impeccable. In an area of this size it’s extremely important to encourage businesses and services such as them to continue to stay open. All animals deserve a second chance, and they provide this to them in a very loving way.” The Whitman County Humane Society is a nonprofit organization supported primarily through the donations of caring residents. WCHS operates a "no-kill" (except in cases of aggression or lifelong illness), limited-admission shelter located in Pullman that serves all of Whitman County. The Whitman County Humane Society contracts with Pullman, Albion, and Palouse to provide care for stray dogs found within their city limits.
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