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Stay Calm and Adopt a Dog
Guest Post by Dog Gone Seattle adopter Julie D. Barnes I acquired my first ever dog a few months ago, an eight week old Terrier mix.
How to Prevent Future Separation Anxiety while you Shelter at Home with your Dog
It is a crazy time in the world, and very busy at Dog Gone Seattle as we have been focusing all our energy on rescuing
Thoughts and Actions on COVID-19
This is a very scary time, and I think we are all wondering how we will look back on 2020. There are so many unknowns
An Open Letter to the Anonymous Haters
10 minute read by Dog Gone Seattle Founder/Director Jenny Nordin. TL;DR Dog Gone Seattle is being slandered and harassed by anonymous individual(s) who have made
DGS Rescue Roadtrip: San Bernadino or Bust!
DGS stages shelter “jail break” in San Bernardino What do you do when you know that many, many dogs are going to be euthanized at
Finding the Right Pet: Tips for First-Time Pet Owners
photo credit. If you’ve never owned a pet before, it can be a life-changing decision for your entire family. That’s why it’s important to do
Don’t Let Your Dog Shake Hands Like Donald Trump: The 3-Second-Rule for Dog Introductions
Most everyone has seen the videos of President Trump and his inappropriate handshakes that go on for way too long! A normal handshake, between two
For Adopters: What to Do During a Dog Meet and Greet
So you want to adopt a dog? That’s wonderful! At Dog Gone Seattle, we are always looking to match the right family with the right
Halloween #DGSDressUp Contest
Share a photo of your pup dressed up in a Halloween costume for a chance to win two (2) VIP tickets to Winterwoof ($200 value)
Happy Tails: Lucky describes both dog and family in this story
Lucky the Lab mix had a tough start in life. She was rescued in Texas when she was a year old with a horribly embedded
From Texas shelter to ESA, Bailey is a dream dog!
Dog Gone Seattle rescue dog Bailey now an Emotional Support Animal Bailey was rescued from a Texas shelter where nobody wanted her in the aftermath
How to Fail with Your New Foster or Adopted Dog
So many good-hearted people want to save a “rescue” dog either through foster or adoption. And while their intentions may be beautiful, their actions may