He’ll Treat You Right

12 Jul
Goldendoodle

Lemon (Photo by Stef/Sniff Seattle)

“I never met a man half so true as a dog. Treat a dog right, and he’ll treat you right. He’ll keep you company, be your friend, and never ask you no questions.” ~ Mary Ann Shaffer

Greg Valentine
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Lincoln Dogs

11 Jul
Frenchie, French Bulldog

Winston (Photo by Jenny/Sniff Seattle)

“I care not for a man’s religion whose dog and cat are not the better for it.” ~ Abraham Lincoln

Greg Valentine
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Feels Right

10 Jul
Keeshond, Puppy

Gimli in Kirkland (Photo by Tiffany/Sniff Seattle)

“A dog can’t think that much about what he’s doing, he just does what feels right.” ~ Barbara Kingsolver

Greg Valentine
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Happy Boy

9 Jul
Bernese Mountain Dog

Wrigley in Bryant (Photo by Lara/Sniff Seattle)

Sometimes, it’s all about posing for a really great photo! Wrigley with Lara, who’s not just amazing with dogs – she’s a pretty talented phone-tographer, too!

Greg Valentine
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Making It Whole

8 Jul
Keeshond Puppy

Gimli (Photo bt Tiffany/Sniff Seattle)

“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” ~ Roger Caras

Greg Valentine
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Where In The World?

7 Jul
Dog Walk, Downtown Seattle

Penny (Photo by Mackenzie/Sniff Seattle)

“Ever wonder where you’d end up if you took your dog for a walk and never once pulled back on the leash?” ~ Robert Brault

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Be On The Lookout

4 Jul
Lost Dogs, Fireworks, Fourth Of July

Sadly, posters like this will be everywhere (Photo by Jeramey Jannene/Flickr)

It breaks my heart. As someone who’s walking around the city all day, I can definitely say that it’s a sad fact. Every year after the Fourth of July, I see a dramatic increase in lost dog posters. On telephone poles, inside shop windows and on community bulletin boards.

Where ever there’s a spot for a poster to hang, there’s often news of a dog that went running during the fireworks on the Fourth.

Here are some tips about pets and fireworks we’ve shared here. Even if the next fireworks display might be a months away, it’s never too early to stay plugged in about the best ways to look after our furry family members.

If you spend part of your day on foot like I do, I hope you keep an eye open for these loving companions who’ve gone missing.

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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