Monthly Archives: September 2007

COLA’s 8th Annual Dog-O-Ween • October 27 • Seattle, Wash. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Genesee Park off-leash area. With this event just a month away, it’s time to start thinking costumes. Dog-O-Ween is one of CityDog’s favorite events, … Continue reading

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What I like about this nifty little book, is it puts the responsibility solely on the owner to raise a well-mannered, well-trained dog that is properly socialized and pleasant to be around. Don’t let the name fool you…Miss Fido Manners … Continue reading

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Check out the September issue of Seattle Magazine, on newsstands now! It features an article written by none other than CityDog editor Brandie Ahlgren about all the wacky and wonderful ways you can spend money on your pooch. From practical … Continue reading

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The Perfect Petfeeder by Northwest company Pillar Pet Products is a little pricey, but worth its weight by providing scheduled, portion-controlled feedings for your chow hound. Besides the convenience factor, what I like best about this pet appliance, is that … Continue reading

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September is a busy month for events as the dog days of summer wind down. Here a few events you won’t want to miss this month: PAWSwalk, September 8 at Sand Point Magnuson Park • 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. … Continue reading

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CityDog Magazine is looking for its next cover dog! Big dogs, little dogs, mutts…ALL dogs are welcome to try out to be the next CityDog cover dog. This is our second citywide cover dog model search. Last year, over 200 … Continue reading

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Next dinner party at your favorite dog loving-oenophile’s house, pick up a bottle of delicious wine featuring none other than a dog on the label. For those of us in the Pacific Northwest, finding a good wine is not difficult. … Continue reading

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