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Look What I Saw On A Long, Long Dog Walk

25 Oct
Sniff Seattle, West Seattle, Statue Of Liberty

Lady Liberty (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

I recently went on a long, long walk with Tweak and Kasper from West Seattle. And look at what we passed along the journey!

Sniff Seattle, West Seattle, Lady Liberty

OK, so the walk wasn’t “New York Harbor” long. For people reading this who’ve never been to Seattle, we have our own Statue of Liberty, admittedly somewhat smaller in stature.

And hey, there’s people from Seattle who’ve never seen it, either.

So, next time you make it to Alki Beach in West Seattle, be sure huddle your masses over to see our Mini-Liberty.

Greg Valentine

Sniff Seattle ~ Dog Walkers Seattle & Bellevue
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Royal Hounds Greyhound Adoption Helps Find Homes For A Noble Breed

19 Apr
Greyhounds, Sniff Seattle Dog Walkers, Dog Adoption

Cricket from Roosevelt in Seattle (Photo by Jeanna/Sniff Seattle)

Greyhounds are stealing my heart!

I’ve been spending a lot of time with Cricket (pictured) lately. And she is amazing. So gorgeous and loving. And gentle — an inner peace.

Sniff Seattle walks several Greyhounds. I’ve noticed most of them have come from the same place: Royal Hounds Greyhound Adoption.

Here’s some info about them (from their website):

Royal Hounds is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, tax exempt organization, comprised solely of volunteers who give graciously of their time and love to this noble breed with the common goal of finding secure and loving homes for the many ex-racing and retired Hounds that grace us with their presence.

Royal Hounds serves Western Washington. I can tell you, I’ve fallen in love with every Greyhound that I’ve met that went through Royal Hounds. If you’re thinking about getting a Greyhound, Royal Hounds seems like a natural place to start your search.

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
Walk. Play. Love.
(206) 478-5183

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