Launched in 2005, CityDog Magazine is the definitive dog lover’s magazine about life and living with dogs in the West -- Seattle, Portland, San Francisco -- and everywhere in between. Published five times a year, each issue overflows with informative, insightful and often humorous articles on topics from cool canine products and the latest doggie trends, to regional activities for dogs and their people. We bring you a full-color, glossy lifestyle magazine that is all about the places to go and things to do with your four-legged friend in the West.
Our writers are dog people themselves, and craft articles aimed at engaging readers and generating excitement and action. We know that your interests are many and our editorial coverage is equally broad. Whether your purpose is sniffing out new places to visit with your best friend or digging up the latest from the local puparazzi, CityDog covers the canine beat.
Smart, city-savvy and fun, CityDog Magazine brings the joys of life with your four-legged friend to dog lovers throughout the West.
Where to Buy CityDog Magazine
In addition to independent pet stores and newsstands, CityDog is sold at Barnes & Noble, B. Dalton, Hastings and other major bookstores throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and northern California. However, the best way to receive CityDog Magazine is right to your door! SUBSCRIBE TODAY or purchase a single copy here.
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years ago, Brandie Ahlgren
, founder and editor of Seattle-based CityDog
Magazine, was introduced to an entirely new universe when Scout, an eight-week-old boxer puppy entered her life. "I am proof of how a dog can change your life," says Brandie
. The world of dog-park etiquette, puppy kindergarten and the sense of panic that comes with the realization that you've left the house without a poo
bag, was a whole new experience. "I didn't grow up with dogs, so puppy parenting was new territory for me," she adds. "I found most of my information came through word-of-mouth at the dog park, which is fine, but a go-to resource with fresh, up-to-date content was missing." Hence, the concept for CityDog
Magazine was born and seven years later, is still going strong. Brandie
and her team of dog loving editors dig up the best places to sit, stay and play for you and your furry, four-legged friends. She resides in West Seattle with her two dogs, Scout and Ziggy
, and can often be found hanging out at Westcrest
dog park. Pictured here: Brandie
, Scout and Ziggy
"on assignment" near Friday Harbor on San Juan Island (photo by Seattle photographer Julie Clegg, with Bailey & Banjo