Dogging
Dogging
By: jbhthescots@mac.com, Categories: Words & Images, 1 comment

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Seattle has to be one of the most dog-friendliest city in the US – actually, in a recent poll, Seattle was rated No.5 for popularity for our canine friends. Well-behaved leashed dogs of all sizes are allowed on the buses and trains throughout the city as well as the Washington State Ferries; couple that with numerous eateries that welcome dogs and it’s easy to see why. And then there’s all those dog-friendly parks throughout the city, not to mention many off-leash beach areas.

 

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  • Tried to take Goldie into a Group Health Clinic yesterday, and she got expelled immediately. My friend Vinnie visited Lenny in the hospital last year, always accompanied by his dog Zeke. No one ever questioned it, since he looked and acted like a service dog. Even in the library, we were not allowed to question anyone who brought their dog in-- just to assume it was a service dog. They did get expelled, however if they did not follow the same rules as the humans in the library. (No pooping on the floor, no barking, no chewing books, no eating, no biting, etc., no body odor) Though sleeping was probably okay.

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