The Waggin Tails Adventure blog features stories about the dogs we walk, our favorite places to go, vacation care updates, and upcoming dog-related events in the Seattle area

Touch therapy for canine wellness: Tellington Touch

posted on: September 14, 2012

Waggin Tails is excited to introduce to you a local practitioner, Lori Stevens, who practices a form of touch therapy for dogs (and other animals) called Tellington Touch.  Although I have not yet worked directly with Lori, I can easily recommend her knowing that Lori comes highly recommend by other colleagues and is commited to […]


Dog Product Alert

posted on: November 14, 2010

Do you use a dog harness where the leash attaches at the chest?    I have for several years.  I want to pass on this warning in regards to these types of  harnesses.  I’ve just heard from a reputable source that there are dogs who use this type of  harness who are ending up with chronic physical injuries. With […]


Rory, The Giant Schnauzer

posted on: August 25, 2010

Our beloved friend, Rory, an 11 year old Giant Schnauzer, has gone onto doggie heaven. Rory was sister to Gus, a 7 year old Standard Schnauzer. I had the pleasure of taking Rory to the dog park on a regular basis. Rory turned out to be a wonderful “leader” dog in the pack keeping the […]


Summer Tips

posted on: July 11, 2010

Oh, how quickly the memory of our harsh, cold, rainy winter fades on days like this: 90 f, a brisk, cool breeze…I’ve said this before… summers in Seattle are like “shining a light on a diamond.” ahhhhh… Here are some tips from Waggin Tails to help keep your dogs safe during this summer time fun: […]


Tick Information

posted on: June 12, 2010

We are having a sunny day today so I hope you don’t receive this email right now as you are outside enjoying the sunshine! For most of us, the warmer, beautiful weather is a time when we head outdoors for hiking, camping and other activities and we bring our doggies along with us. Of course we do… right?!
Enjoy! I sure am – it’s the beautiful nature that surrounds Seattle that is the reason I live here.
I want to send our some important info about ticks: the prevalance of ticks, how to best prevent getting them,a nd what to do if you do.