His Practice Has Gone to the Dogs…Cats and Horses Too!
A 1983 graduate of Sherman College, Randy Baze, D.C., practices in Renton, WA, where in addition to his human patients, he has a large number of animal patients. Baze cares for up to 60-100 dogs, cats and horses per week. Rather than personally gaining from his care of the animals, Baze asks the owners to make a contribution to Sherman College in exchange for his services. Through the years, he has forwarded thousands of checks representing tens of thousands of dollars to the college.
Baze is a member of the Washington State Chiropractic Association and the World Chiropractic Alliance. For more than 10 years he has organized and coordinated a philosophy forum for chiropractors in his area with guest speakers to discuss chiropractic philosophy, principles and practice. Additionally, Baze has made a point to speak to school groups and 4-H Clubs about chiropractic health care and chiropractic as a career. In recognition of this work, Baze was inducted into the Chiropractic Knights of the Round Table in 1998.
A steady and long-term supporter of the college, Baze is a member of the distinguished Sherman College Board of Regents and a Sherman College Ambassador. He was named Regent of the Year by Sherman College in 1999.