Did you hear? Teton and I made it into Seattle Magazine’s October issue! 😀
No, we didn’t discuss beer. Though that would have been fun. 😉 Look closely in the bottom right corner.
The Little Blogger and I couldn’t be more thrilled to have been both quoted and photographed for Seattle Magazine’s Seattle’s Dog Obsession article. What an amazing experience!
It looks like the Seattle Magazine site may be down at the moment, but keep trying to click here to access the article that we’re featured in: Seattle’s Dog Obsession
Luckily, I used my handy dandy snipping tool (!) yesterday evening to capture these snippets from the article so you can check it out right here on Her Dog Blog.
That’s Teton and I doing some doga. The photo from Seattle Magazine’s site is pretty tiny so that’s as big as I can get it for now. (When the physical October issue is available (later this week) I’ll be sure to scan the full-size photos.)
The Little Blogger was a pretty good sport for our photo shoot. It lasted about 20 – 30 minutes in total and we took a lot of shots. I’m eager to see what was used for the actual magazine, as well.
Very, very exciting that they linked to Her Dog Blog! 😀
If you’re here because of Seattle Magazine, thank you for visiting our site! I blog twice a week (Tuesday and Thursday) with an occasional weekend post. We hope you’ll stick around for a while!
As if this week couldn’t get more exciting, this Sunday we’ll be walking in the Seattle Humane Society’s Walk for the Animals.
It costs just $30 to enter the walk and you can register as an individual or join a team. If you’re interested in joining my team, contact me at email@example.com.
All proceeds from this event benefit animals at the Seattle Humane Society.
Teton came from a rescue organization called People United for Pets, so any and all rescue groups have a special place in my heart.
After the 2.25 mile walk, we’ll be at Fido Fest, which should be a rockin’ good time. I’m a product-nerd so I can’t wait to see what vendors are in attendance.
I hope you’ll join me in the Walk for the Animals this weekend. If you are unable to walk, please consider making a donation to the Seattle Humane Society. Every donation makes a positive difference in the lives of homeless animals in Seattle.
See you Thursday for a dog safety product review!