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The best way to walk your Dog in the Rain

When its gloomy and cloudy outside, no one, including are dogs want to go outside and play. Although, even on these rainy days it is important your dog is staying active. Some dogs love the rain but others will stick up their noses to it. Below are a few tips on walking your dog in […]


Off-Leash Dog Parks in Seattle

Are you and your pup sick of your everyday routine? Seek out a fun new adventure at one of the off-leash dog parks listed below! Golden Gardens Park Off-Leash Area: Located at 8498 Seaview Place Northwest. This is one of the most popular parks for dogs. The wide open area gives them plenty of freedom […]

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How to Find the Right Vet for Your Dog

Finding the right veterinarian for your pup is the most important decision you’ll make as their owner. How do you know what to look for? Below are a couple tips on how to find the right vet for your dog. Ask your fellow pet owners, friends and family about their vets. Research their reviews on […]

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Happy Holidays from Got Sit Dog Training

We hope you have a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Its time to relax and celebrate all the time you spent on decorating and baking! Let your dog join in on the festivities by treating them to their own specially baked dog treat. Take them to meet Santa and get their photo taken or […]


Dog Dental Health Tips

Did you know that your dog could start showing signs of gum disease before the age of four? If they aren’t provided with the proper oral care, it could lead to cracked or crooked teeth. When dog food collects along their gums, plaque develops which can cause gum diseases. Follow the guidelines below to ensure […]

Thanksgiving Safety Tips for your Dog

Thanksgiving Safety Tips for Your Dog

Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful and to be surrounded by all our loved ones. The Thanksgiving holiday is also known as the one day where it is fully acceptable to stuff your face until you can’t even move. We are all a little more gracious during this time and we want our dogs […]