Two weeks after an apparent murder-suicide at a family-operated Eatonville dog kennel, one veterinary hospital is doing its part to help.
About 100 dogs were being kept in the kennel at the time of the death of their owner Yolanda Patchin. Investigators say she was killed by her boyfriend, Hector Estrada, who then turned the gun on himself.
On Sunday, a veterinary hospital in Yelm held an adoption fair for the dogs, who could no longer be cared for at the kennel. By the end of the day, 20 to 25 dogs had found a new home.