Seattle is home to 43% more dogs than children, according to figures from the U.S. Census and the Seattle Animal Shelter! And now, Seattle has an official web “spot” for the region’s dog obsession!
Pet Connection Magazine is proud to announce their 5th Annual Dog-Gone Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 1. The event will benefit Seattle’s Old Dog Haven and Feline Friends. Bring the kids and the pets and come out for springtime fun!
The American Kennel Club says the Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog in America for the 21st straight year. Do you own one of the top ten favorites?
Sometimes, kids need a little help when it comes to reading. Through the Reading with Rover program, they can read to man’s best friend without correction or judgement. The kids get more comfortable reading, and the dogs seem to enjoy it too.
Pets sometimes have wishes to tell Santa, too. If yours is one, come to one of these fun holiday pet events!
You’re planning to go away for a few days of well deserved vacation. But what about your pet? Here are some local retreats that will give your pet all the love and attention you would want him to have, and put your mind at ease while you’re away.
What a better way to end the summer than to take a swim with your favorite four-legged pal? Head to Tacoma for the best canine pool party around!
September is such a beautiful month in Seattle… with warm days, changing leaves and lots of wine events in the Woodinville area, just north of downtown Seattle. According to woodinvillewinecountry.com, there’s enough happening to keep your calendar full!
It’s the fifth annual Woofstock, a family-friendly event that is one part fantastic entertainment and one hundred parts great pets that need a home.
From doing something good for yourself to helping others to celebrating culture, it’s a weekend to get out and enjoy the best of western Washington.