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.
Prepare for puppy paradise at Olympic Sculpture Park!
Dog owners and lovers alike are invited to this evening catered to canines. Dogs are always welcome at the Olympic Sculpture Park, but tonight, showing your pet what they mean to you is a walk in the park. Expect dog-friendly treats and activities.
A perfect pairing of dogs and wine!
CityDog Magazine and Northwest Cellars are hosting a mixer combining a Seattleite’s two favorite things: dogs and wine into a dog-friendly wine tasting event. CityDog will be taking over the tasting room at Northwest Cellars in Kirkland to sample award-winning wines and to unveil their own private label, CityDog RED and CityDog WHITE. With each purchase of a bottle of CityDog wine, Northwest Cellars will donate $5 to the Homeward Pet Adoption Center. This will be the perfect opportunity to mix, mingle and drink wine for a good cause.
Something for everyone at the city’s biggest dog event.
The Seattle Kennel Club’s Dog Show is a don’t-miss event! This is going to be an action packed, two-day affair dedicated completely to dogs. There are around 1,800 dogs expected to be entered in the shows during the weekend. There are also going to be many attractions for the public such as demonstration events, educational booths, Meet the Breed introductions and agility/obedience competitions. Some of the featured demonstrations include Olympic Disc Dogs, Emerald City K-9 Freestyle Dancers, R2Agility, national celebrity pig Amy and much more!
Is dog clothing really necessary?
In this edition of Dog Days, we seek the answer to the common question, ‘Is dog clothing really necessary?’ Having a small dog, I buy clothing to keep her warm on walks outside during the cold winter months. When my husband first met my dog he asked, “Is the pink, puffy jacket really necessary?” The answer is yes! Minus the pink and puffy, many dogs need to be bundled up during Seattle’s cold weather.
Is your pet behaviorally healthy?
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature Adaptive Animals, a professional service located in Seattle that offers assistance in evaluating and solving pet behavioral problems. Even if you have attended obedience school with your dog, there can be other behavioral issues that are more difficult to handle.
Bring your dog along, admission is free!
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature the 2nd Annual Seattle Pet Expo at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle. The event takes place this Saturday, June 20th, admission is FREE and YOUR PET is welcome. There will be Shopping, adoptions, free nail trims, discounted
Olympic Sculpture Park hosts its first fancy dog event.
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature the first annual Fancy Dog, an event on Saturday, June 14th to help raise funds & awareness for the Seattle Humane Society’s Pet Project. This special program is designed to support
Bring your dog and celebrate summer.
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature the Dachshunds on Parade in Ellensburg. The event is on Saturday, June 20th and will be the 14th year it has been hosted in downtown Ellensburg. It includes many dog-friendly events and festivities for dachshunds and all other dog breeds as well. Go early and
Dogs allowed at this Canadian sports bar.
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature the The Angry Beaver, a quirky Canadian-themed bar in Greenwood where all dogs are welcome. The Angry Beaver is dog-friendly and offers viewing for every hockey game that is broadcast on multiple TVs and a projector. Staying true to its roots, the bar is