Dan Conne says he and his wife and son thought they were going to die after getting lost while picking mushrooms and spending nearly a week in the rugged forest of southwest Oregon.
Pets need a little loving and care just like their owners. At these Seattle area groomers, your dog will feel loved, and get squeaky clean. A few even have tubs where you can give your pup a bath if you’d prefer!
Your pet could donate blood to help other dogs in need. Blood bank programs help save the lives of more than 1,000 pets each year throughout the Pacific Northwest.
There’s a lot going on this weekend around Puget Sound. A free day at the Washington History Museum and a chance to meet a real astronaut, National Rubber Ducky Day, a wedding expo, dog show and juggling festival. What to do first?
If you like to see the different breeds of cats, are looking for a particular breed for your family, or you want to see dogs herding and retrieving, than there’s a show for you in Puget Sound!
Ready to get out for some fresh air? Check out these weekend events – fun runs, a beer run and a street scramble!
If you’re thinking about adding a new four-legged friend to your household, the Canine Christmas Extravaganza in Fife is where you’ll meet a professional dog trainer, meet hundreds of adoptable puppies and dogs, and find all the pet services and supplies you need to keep your new best friend happy and healthy.
Sometimes a little extra help feeding a cat or dog can make the difference in whether someone struggling to make ends meet has to give up their beloved pet or not.
Ho Ho Ho! It’s time for Santa photos. Get your pet all spruced up and come to Woodinville this weekend.
The Seattle Humane Society wants us to remember those furry friends who could use some food this holiday season. From November 28 thru December 31, you are invited to participate in the annual Holiday Pet Food Drive, with Safeway stores across King County accepting donations.