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Sniff Seattle Wishes You An Egg-ception Easter!

31 Mar
Bellevue Seattle Dogs, Easter, Sniff Seattle

From our furry family to yours! (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

Happy Easter, everybunny!

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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Happy Easter From Sniff Seattle

8 Apr
Sniff Seattle, Dog Walkers, Pet Sitting

From our furry family to yours! (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

Happy Easter from Seattle’s egg-ceptional dog walkers!

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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Cute Bunnies Bought For Kids Too Often Get Abandoned

24 Apr
Bunny Rabbit, Sniff Seattle Dog Walkers, Green Lake, Woodland Park

Pet-store bunnies have a hard time surviving in the wild (Photo by wwarby/Flickr)

Have you ever seen a bunny running wild at the park? Like at Green Lake or Woodland Park in Seattle? It’s always cute to see one, yes?

Unfortunately, many times they’re pet-store bunnies who can’t survive in the wild.

Last week, a group in Sequim called Precious Life Animal Sanctuary picked up 51 bunnies at Green lake and Woodland Park. PLAS makes a point at Easter to spread the message that parents should really think it through before buying their kids a rabbit.

PLAS says too often those bunnies bought at Easter get abandoned after kids lose interest. Here’s more about it from the Seattle Times.

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
Bunny lover, too!
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Easter Chocolates Are A Doggy Danger

22 Apr
Keeping Dogs Safe During Easter, Sniff Seattle Dog Walkers

Easter chocolates are for you and the kids, not dogs (Photo by BL4d3RuNr/Flickr)

Most dog owners know that chocolate is a big no-no; it can be toxic to dogs.

Even so, the people working the phones at animal poison control hotlines say they still get tons of calls about dogs eating chocolate — especially at Easter, with all the chocolate bunnies and Cadbury Cream Eggs.

And the problem isn’t always people feeding chocolate to their dogs. With kids and adults running around the house, chocolate candies have a way of ending up on floors — and in the mouths of dogs.

If your dog gets into some chocolate, the experts say don’t wait for symptoms to take action. Here’s an article about what to do and which chocolates are the worst for dogs (yes, certain kinds are worse).

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