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World’s Fastest Pug

5 Feb
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Stewie (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

Yep, that’s our Stewie. Aka “Cheetah Pug,” the world’s fastest!

Greg Valentine

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Scra – Scra – Scratchin’

10 Feb
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Jeanna from Sniff Seattle and Stewie (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

“Scratch a dog and you’ll find a permanent job.” ~ Franklin P. Jones

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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Good For The Soul

5 Aug
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Jeanna from Sniff Seattle and Stewie (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

“Petting, scratching, and cuddling a dog could be as soothing to the mind and heart as deep meditation and almost as good for the soul as prayer.” ~ Dean Koontz

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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Meet Movie, Our New Greyhound!

27 Jul
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“Movie” at Maple Leaf Summer Social (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

Introducing our new Greyhound, “Movie!” We just adopted him last week, and I want to let you know about the great organization that brought us together.

They’re Royal Hounds Greyhound Adoption. I wrote about RHGA in April, explaining their mission. Now that I’ve personally gone through the adoption process with them, I can say without a doubt that Royal Hounds is the best rescue group I’ve come into contact with. The best.

And I don’t mean that to take away from anyone else. If you read our blog, you know how much I love dogs. I appreciate the tireless work and bottomless love found at all rescues. But, sometimes you just have give someone five gold stars for their efforts when you’ve personally experienced it.

I’m impressed by how thorough they are. RHGA really puts a lot of thought into matching you with your hound. They do extensive interviews and spend a lot of time educating and prepping people so they’re ready to give their dog the best care right from that first day.

If you wanna bring a Greyhound into your life, look up Royal Hounds!

So, that makes one more at our house. Movie joins Stewie, our first Pug and Parfait, another Pug who we fell in love with while fostering. We’ll keep sharing their stories here, along with the many dogs we at Sniff Seattle Dog Walkers have the privilege of walking.

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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I Am Pug

16 Jul
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Sniff Seattle’s Stewie the Pug (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

I Am Pug.

Greg Valentine

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Cheetah Pug

28 Jun
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Stewie (Photo by Greg Valentine/Sniff Seattle)

Yep, that’s our Stewie. Aka “Cheetah Pug,” the world’s fastest!

Greg Valentine

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Updating Pet Tags: Easy To Forget, Important To Remember

6 May
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Make sure his tag has the right info on it (Photo by Dandelion_Glitter/Flickr)

I was looking at Stewie‘s I.D. tag today when I said to myself, “That doesn’t look right.” Well, my eyes were right. The tag was wrong. Partially.

I recently changed phone numbers. The old number was on Stewie’s identification. The tag did have Greg‘s correct number. So it had a working number. But, I made a quick trip to the pet store for an updated tag.

It’s a pretty good idea to check your pets’ tags on a regular basis. Many times our information changes. Also, wear on a tag can sometimes make them unreadable.

And of course, you should always update your microchip information. If your dog has the chip and loses his or her collar, make sure your address and phone number are correct.

Updating a pet tag or microchip is an easy thing to put off. But the worst possible time is when stuff tends to happen. So do your furry friends and yourself a favor, and make sure their info is current.

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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Jeanna’s Journal #3: Sunny Sunday At Seattle’s Woodland Park

2 May
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Pearl: Beautiful dog in a beautiful park (Photo by Jeanna from Sniff Seattle)

Sunday sure was beautiful. I don’t think it was as warm as the previous Saturday. But second best weather of the year!

So we loaded up the car with dogs and headed for all the trees and trails I love at Woodland Park!

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Jeanna’s Journal #2: Sunny Saturday At Seattle’s Magnuson Dog Park

25 Apr
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Jeanna, Stewie, Spot and Parfait at Magnuson Park (Photo by Greg Valentine)

All it takes is one sunny Saturday to realize how many people have dogs in Seattle.

We decided to take our house guest Spot, and our two pugs Stewie and Parfait, to Warren G. Magnuson Dog Park. There were so many dogs! I was in heaven. We had so much fun letting the dogs run around, and I even had a friendly little Puggle jump up in my lap when I sat down one of the benches.

They have such a great off-leash area and a nice sectioned off part for small dogs! The dog park at Magnuson and the surrounding trails have made several national top 10 lists! Here’s one! And another!

If you want a great park to take your dog to…check it out!

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
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Where Sleeping Dogs Lie

30 Mar
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Fighting for bed "real estate" (Photo by mollypop/Flickr)

I’ve had dogs my whole life, and they’ve almost always slept in bed with me.

I can still remember being five-years-old and sleeping with my Collie, Penny. I had a twin-sized bed and she was bigger than me. But there always seemed to be plenty of room.

Over the years, I’ve had several different dogs ranging from a Chihuahua to a Great Dane. Having them by my side at night, especially as a single girl, has always been comforting.

Funny thing is, it’s always seemed that the big breeds take up less room. I remember having plenty of leg room and space to roll around with those big dogs in bed.

But now with a small Pug, I almost feel like I’m sleeping in a coffin! He likes to plop down right on top of me, as if that’s his spot for the night. It’s not. I move him to end of the bed. But somehow, by morning he’s right back in the middle, pressed against me, practically pushing me off the bed.

I think it has to do with Pugs and their “over-sized” personalities. Any Pug owner can tell you, their little dog has to be the center-of-attention! And that’s one of the things I love about Pugs the most!

And picture this. Now that Parfait has joined Stewie in our family, it’s everything above…times two!

Jeanna from Sniff Seattle
“Bedtime real estate agent”
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