It is a slow news day in the neighborhood which allows us to cover some lesser known aspects of the neighborhood.
Rover sent the editors an email about they new city guides for dog owners. They have one for Seattle, and it is fine. If you are new to the city, the information is great. Taking a dog to eat at Norm’s is always fun. However, Norms’s is not in the neighborhood and everyone knows about it.
It got me to thinking about the best kept dog hangouts in the neighborhood outside of the Woodland Park dog park. There are free treats at Stoneway Hardware, Pharamaca, Tweedy & Popp, Molly Moon, and many other places in town. There is always a lot of attention to be had at Wally Pets. We shall not speak of what some people do off leash, I will leave that to the comments.
The most unspoken place in the neighborhood I see other dog owners: Dick’s parking lot to scavenge old french fries. Ezell’s also has good ambient edible trash, but I fear the bones might cause trouble for my dog. I find when my dog is making a bee line to Dick’s and I explain that I cannot stop to chat with other dog owners, they frequently say they were just at Dick’s or are also on the way.
Pro Tip: Dick’s cleaning crew is serious in the morning, so if you go during cleaning hours there is usually a stash of old fries back by the fence. Learned this from another dog owner.
Sorry to be a party pooper, but I would never let my dog eat old fries on or near a parking lot. Fries can be a nice treat for dog owners to buy and eat with gusto – and maybe give my pup one or two – but I’d stick with the treats from the many businesses offering treat made for our fur babies.
Leave the fries for the crows and gulls.
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We have the most advanced tools that are specialized in pest control to reach the narrowest places in the house where cockroaches, ants and mice are located. As we rely on guaranteed insecticides, which we reach with the best results, we also rely on the technician who sprays the pesticide, as the pesticide only is not enough, but the method of spraying and reaching Where to hide insects and know the steps used for control and all of that depends on the technician who is doing the spraying.
Exciting insights, aboayad, but where do you come down on allowing your doggo to bottomfeed on castaway oily potato product?
what a strange post….