It’s show time at The Dining Dog, as the Fine Living Network comes to Edmonds

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Dining Dog owner Dorothy Moore introduces a customer to the cameraman.

Sixteen-year-old Tiffany is dressed for a night on the town, wearing her finest red velvet dress, a satin bow atop her head. She is one of nearly 20 dogs gathered with their owners at The Dining Dog in Edmonds’ Firdale Village Friday night as a camera crew from cable television’s Fine Living Network sets up to film a segment of their new show, “Extreme Eats.”

Dining Dog owner Dorothy Moore thanks her customers — some of them barking with excitement, others tugging on their leashes — for their patience as the film crew, running late, sets up their lights and cameras for the shoot. One human customer apologetically asks the cameraman if he can take his four-legged guest out for a bathroom break before filming begins. Another demonstrates how his dog can smile on command, curling his lip to reveal a set of canine pearly whites.

The “Extreme Eats” segment spotlighting Edmonds’ own eatery for canines and their humans is scheduled to air April 10 on the Fine Living Network, home to such popular TV offerings as “Emeril Live” and “The Martha Stewart Show.” Visit the Fine Living Network website or check your cable guide for exact show times.

James Harris holds Tiffany while he and his wife Cathy, both of Shoreline, wait for the camera crew to arrive.
Gizmo exhibits incredible canine patience, accompanied by his owner Hannah Schwiekl of Edmonds, right, and her friend Desi Lilley of Brier.

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