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Perched on the ocean, in the heart of Long Beach, Washington, the Adrift Hotel is a modern and unique hotel with an emphasis on value, sustainability and of course, dog friendliness. Read more here…

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Washington’s Pawsitive Alliance and the Dugan Foundation are excited to be collaborating on the new “Why Not Me?” campaign to help long-term homeless pets. The “Why Not Me?” campaign’s goal is to bring more attention to dogs and cats in … Continue reading

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One of Doggy GOO’s early Success Stories relates to a Retriever Guide Dog called Philbin. Philbin was a Guide Dog for a Vision impaired young man named Odie. It goes … ( Retrievers ) Philbin … ( as with approx. … Continue reading

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With so many wineries, a visit to Woodinville is a must for wine loving Seattleites looking to escape the city. And, with so many wineries that welcome dogs, bringing your four-legged friend is also a must, especially when you stay … Continue reading

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Sad Itchy Dog ? Flea / Skin Mite / Food Allergy = No ! Enviro = Yes ! 80+% of our Itchy / Paw Chewing / Gunky Ear / Hot Spot DOGs = Allergy to Enviro Sources. Enviro Sources = … Continue reading

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Over 50 canine contestants strutted their stuff at Kirkland Uncorked to help raise money for Homeward Pet Adoption Center as part of the 10th annual Cover Dog Model Search! Click here to see all of the canine contestants. Photos by … Continue reading

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DiNA’s All Natural Beef Treats This all-natural beef dog treat has serious wow-factor thanks to its simple ingredients. With no additives or sketchy chemicals of concern and certified beef traceability back to the farm, this treat is great for training … Continue reading

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According to national statistics, animal control officials across the country see a 30-60% increase in lost pets each year between July 4th and 6th. In fact, July 5th is one of the busiest days of the year for shelters and … Continue reading

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By Rachel Johnson, Executive Director, National Safe Boating Council Warm weather always brings out opportunities to head out on the water with family and friends, even with your dog too! It may be tempting not to wear a life jacket … Continue reading

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New and improved animal welfare laws are not to be taken for granted—and neither should elected officials, like Washington Governor Jay Inslee and State Senator Joe Fain, who championed new legislation to benefit our state’s animals. This legislative session, Senator … Continue reading

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