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  • What do you think of Go Daddy’s Super Bowl commercial featuring lost puppy?

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Tuesday January 27th, 2015 at 10:07 AM

    Go Daddy is going to run this commercial during the Super Bowl (Go Hawks!) this Sunday.

    What do you think?

    I have an opinion but I want to hear what you have to say about it first.

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  • “Pup Up” cafe in Los Angeles combines coffee and dog adoption

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Tuesday January 27th, 2015 at 09:38 AM

    Do you want a puppy with your latte?

    Thats what you could hear in The Dog Cafe,a temporary space in downtown Los Angeles where you can drink coffee and meet dogs available for adoption from the rescue group Wags and Walks.

    Shelter dogs taken out of the shelter and put in a bright, happy environment without the bars, I think people are able to imagine them as their pets, said Lesley Brog, founder of Wags and Walks.

    I think its a great idea. It puts the dogs in a much less stressful environment...

  • New survey rates Seattle area veterinarians on price, service

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Monday January 26th, 2015 at 03:06 PM

    Last week Connie Thompson fromKOMO News reported that the local consumer protection group Checkbook.org

    Checkbook.orgs survey compares price and service at local Seattle veterinarians. Photo from KOMO News.

    released a survey of Seattle area pet owners comparing local veterinarians on pricing,clinic staff, office wait times, self-help/prevention advice, and their overall competence.

    Executive Editor Kevin Brasler told KOMO that his team also conducted mystery shopper price checks, and found...

  • New video highlights dog training programs in prisons

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Monday January 26th, 2015 at 07:03 AM

    Did you know that all prisons in Washington operate some kind of animal training or adoption program?Dozens of other prisons around the country have these programs as well.

    By pairing offenders with dogs from local shelters, these programs help connect themwith living things which is a cornerstone of the Departments Sustainability in Prisons Project.

    The programs benefit local communities, teach the offenders responsibility and provide an incentive to maintain positive behavior while...

  • 200 spay/neuter vouchers still available in Yakima County

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Monday January 26th, 2015 at 06:31 AM

    A couple of weeks ago I wrote that thePawsitive Alliance and Yakima Humane Societyare working together to helpstop pet overpopulation by expanding affordable spay and neuter surgeries for the dogs of residents in south Yakima County.

    But last week the Yakima Humane Society toldKIMAthatits barely seeing anyone take advantage of the low cost spay and neuter offer. About 200 vouchers are still available.

    We want to be able to say, We dont have any money to return back, we used it all,' said Nicole...

  • Dog alarm clock

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Saturday January 24th, 2015 at 02:46 PM

    Does anyone else have a dog for an alarm clock. I do.

    Every day.

    At 4:30. AM.

    Good think hes so cute.

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  • Bus riding dog is now the face of King County Metro ad

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Saturday January 24th, 2015 at 12:56 PM

    You probably remember my post about Eclipse, the 2-year-old Labrador Retriever that takes the bus to the Regrade Off-Leash Dog Park by herself.

    After Eclipses story went viral, King County Metro made a promotional video withshowing her riding the bus around town to well-known Seattle landmarks, including the waterfront, the Olympic Sculpture Park, and the downtown public library (where she returns a copy of Marley & Me.), Scraps Dog Bakery, and to a local pub for a quick bite before...

  • Another hysterical rant against pit bulls by Seattle’s resident dog hater

    from Seattle DogSpot

    Friday January 23rd, 2015 at 05:10 PM


    Shes baaaaaack.

    Ellen Taft, Seattles most famous dog hater, recently wrote a column in City Living Seattleentitled Public needs protection against pit bulls.In her latest hysterical rant against pit bulls, Taft, as usual,says that all pit bulls are dangerous simply because of their genetic makeup.

    But before I get into thatI should provide some context regarding Tafts activism against animals in general, and pit bulls in particular, during her 20+ years in Seattle.

    Her campaign against dogs...

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