Pets

Missing from near Yost Park: Have you seen Sebastian, the cat?

Missing from near Yost Park: Have you seen Sebastian, the cat?

Sebastian is a one-and-a half-year-old tabby gray and black male (shown here with his orange tabby brother). He has been missing from 10th and Maple, near Yost Park in Edmonds, since Tuesday. He is sorely missed by soon-to-be 3rd grader Gabriel. Sebastian is tall and lean with saggy belly fur and is unable to meow. If you have seen him, please contact Jasmine at 206-979-3640. Thank you!! »

Missing tortoise Shelly Mae back home

Missing tortoise Shelly Mae back home

We’re pleased to report that Ann Aldrich’s missing Russian tortoise Shelly Mae has been found. She was discovered wandering in a yard at 94th Avenue West and 200th in Edmonds Wednesday. The homeowner called Thayer Cueter at Just Frogs and reported that she’d found a tortoise in her yard. When she described it, Cueter immediately connected it with Aldrich’s missing tortoise ... »

Can you provide a home for Snowball?

Can you provide a home for Snowball?

Jeanne Schwarz asked if we could post this information about Snowball, the only cat at the City of Edmonds-designated animal shelter — Adix Bed and Bath for Dogs and Cats — who’s been there for 50 days: Well, hi there! I’m a handsome, large domestic medium-hair boy named Snowball. I’m approximately 4 years old and am eager to go to my forever home. I was rescued from ... »

Missing in the Westgate neighborhood: Russian tortoise Shelly Mae

Missing in the Westgate neighborhood: Russian tortoise Shelly Mae

Westgate neighborhood resident Ann Aldrich is heartbroken over her missing pet, but be assured that it would be hard to overlook Shelly Mae — a Russian tortoise — if you saw her. Aldrich stopped by our table at the Edmonds Museum Summer Market Saturday to tell us about her beloved Shelly Mae, who was last seen at 22921 93rd Pl. W., is the size of a dinner plate and moves very fast for ... »

What to do if your pet is lost

What to do if your pet is lost

It’s not surprising that the Fourth of July holiday is difficult for many pets and their owners. Animal shelters report that more pets are lost during this holiday than any other. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, PAWS offers some suggestions. Start looking. Don’t assume your missing pet will be back in a day or two, has been stolen, or has “gone off to die.” Begin your search as... »

Tacos for dogs and humans at Dining Dog Friday night

It‘s taco night at the Dining Dog restaurant in Firdale Village this Friday, June 27, from 4-7 p.m. According owner Dorothy Moore, people tacos will be catered by The Traveling Munchy Taco while the Dining Dog will serve a doggie version. Moore said she plans to host the taco night monthly. »

Scene in Edmonds: Pet Fest draws big crowd of dogs and owners

Scene in Edmonds: Pet Fest draws big crowd of dogs and owners

It was a howling good time at Firdale Village on Saturday morning as the Edmonds Pet Fest got underway with booths, vendors, and contests including a dog fashion show and even a doggie pie eating contest. Sponsored by the Puget Sound Pet Business Network, the event attracted more than 100 dogs and their owners. Cars filled the Firdale Village parking lot to capacity, forcing many to find parking o... »

Reminder: Edmonds Pet Fest set for Firdale Village Saturday

Reminder: Edmonds Pet Fest set for Firdale Village Saturday

The Puget Sound Pet Business Network is sponsoring the second annual Edmonds Pet Fest, scheduled from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, June 7 at the Firdale Village Shopping Center.  Proceeds from the event benefit two local rescue organizations — Ginger’s Pet Rescue and Rescue Every Dog. Pets on leashes are welcome to attend this event, which includes pet adoptions, vendor booths, demonstrations, r... »

Foster kittens steal the show at PAWS Safety Day

Foster kittens steal the show at PAWS Safety Day

  PAWS Pet Safety Day featured educational activities, demonstrations and opportunities to have pets microchipped. But it’s safe to say that the real stars of Saturday’s event in Lynnwood were some adorable kittens, who were helping to promote PAWS Foster Care program. The program utilizes a network of foster homes to provide temporary housing for cats, kittens, dogs and puppies. People who f... »

Reminder: PAWS holding ‘Pet Safety Day’ Saturday to help owners keep animals safe

Reminder: PAWS holding ‘Pet Safety Day’ Saturday to help owners keep animals safe

The Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS), located at 15305 44th Ave. W. in Lynnwood, is holding a Pet Safety Day from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, May 17. The goal is to provide dog and cat owners with practical advice and solutions for keeping their animals safe, ranging from demonstrations in cat leash training to low-cost microchipping. Senior Animal Control Officer Debbie Dawson of the Edmond... »

Can you provide a home for senior cat Katie, now at Adix?

Can you provide a home for senior cat Katie, now at Adix?

Jeanne Schwarz asked if we could post this information, and we are happy to oblige: Katie has now outlived two of her elderly owners. She has been at the Adix Bed and Bath for Dogs and Cats in Edmonds since December when her last owner passed away. She is declawed, litterbox trained, torti/tabby colors and in good health for a 15 year old cat. All she wants to do is be loved and sit on your lap.Pl... »

Found in Perrinville: Is this your cat?

Found in Perrinville: Is this your cat?

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Dog reunited with owner

Dog reunited with owner

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Missing since New Year’s Eve in Edmonds: toy poodle puppy

Missing since New Year’s Eve in Edmonds: toy poodle puppy

This 6-month-old toy poodle puppy was reported missing following the New Year’s Eve fireworks. Last seen at the corner of 82nd Place West and 234th Street Southwest. Call 425-931-1609 if you have seen him or took him to a shelter or vet’s office. “He is greatly missed,” the owner says. »

Looking for owner of this dog, hit by a car in Edmonds

Looking for owner of this dog, hit by a car in Edmonds

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Scene in Edmonds: Dog days of autumn

Scene in Edmonds: Dog days of autumn

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Reminder: 9th annual Halloween Howl set for Edmonds off-leash dog beach Saturday

Reminder: 9th annual Halloween Howl set for Edmonds off-leash dog beach Saturday

Dogs and their owners can enjoy the spirit of the season during Off-Leash Area Edmonds’ Ninth Annual Halloween Howl Saturday, Oct. 19, from 11a.m.- 2 p.m.  The event will be at the off-leash dog beach, 498 Admiral Way. There will be pet-friendly vendor booths, a silent auction and raffle, and the always-popular doggie costume contest.  Judging for the costume contest will be at 1 p.m. There ... »

Pets can be blessed at Edmonds Lutheran Church service Oct. 6

Pets can be blessed at Edmonds Lutheran Church service Oct. 6

To recognize the life and work of St. Francis of Assisi, Edmonds Lutheran Church will hold a Blessing of Pets Service Sunday, Oct. 6 a 10 a.m. All are welcome to attend. St. Francis was revered as the patron saint of animals, and the service will include music and biblical readings. There will be special music (dogs often join in), a time for pets to come forward to be blessed and anointed, and a ... »

Yellow Dog Project launched; ribbons now available at participating locations

Yellow Dog Project launched; ribbons now available at participating locations

Saturday was the official launch of the Yellow Dog Project, a global movement for dogs that need extra space. Sponsored by Off Leash Area Edmonds (O.L.A.E.), which established the dog park at Marina Beach, its goal is to educate the public and dog owners about how to identify these dogs and promote appropriate contact. Yellow ribbons and additional information are now available at the following lo... »

Council OKs roundabout artwork for Five Corners; off-leash park founders donate to K-9 fund

Council OKs roundabout artwork for Five Corners; off-leash park founders donate to K-9 fund

The new roundabout that will be built at the Five Corners neighborhood’s namesake intersection now has an official piece of artwork. Following a public hearing that drew many positive comments, the Edmonds City Council voted unanimously to approve the 13-foot structure, “Drawn to the Water: Connected by Community.” Designed by Hood River, Ore. artist Chris Rench, who was present ... »

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