Seattle dog lovers have a new way to meet each other through Dig—the dog person’s dating app!
The first health and wellness kitchen JustFoodForDogs, dedicated to making fresh human-grade pet food, will open its doors in Seattle this month.
Rover, the world’s largest network pet sitters and dog walkers, is celebrating the power of dog love with Snugglefest 2019, the nation’s biggest dog snuggling party on February 12 in Seattle. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the event celebrates our enduring and powerful love for dogs.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.
‘From rags to wags, we’re at your service’, says the official website for House and Hound, a unique home-cleaning and dog-sitting service in Seattle. Given that Seattle is such a pooch-friendly city, this one-of-a-kind service solves two problems in one clean sweep (pun intended!).
Bring your lunch to Capitol Hill’s Cal Anderson Park on May 30th to hang out with Seattle’s cutest, furriest residents at Pets in the Park.
Help animals by drinking beer!
If your favorite way to drink beer is with a side of philanthropy, we have great news for you! Ghostfish Brewing and Emerald City Pet Rescue (ECPR) have come together to create Rescue Remedy Pacific Ale, a special beer project to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of ECPR, a non-profit dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating neglected animals.
New app feature provides real-time status updates
Rover.com, founded and based in Seattle, and now the nation’s largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers. Earlier this week, they introduced new technology into the mobile apps, enabling its sitters to provide peace of mind to their clients. The new feature allows pet sitters and dog walkers to easily track and share information with owners, including when they arrived at home, a GPS map of the
In this edition of Dog Days, we seek the answer to the common question, ‘Is it safe to leave your dog in a parked car in the summer?’ I know my dog would much rather sit in the car than at home by herself, but this option can be deadly! Even though this summer has been relatively mild, especially compared to last summer, even a temperature as low as 72 degrees can be dangerous! The forecast for the rest of the week predicts high 70’s.