Saving Pets One at a Time
Dog Trainers Specialty Services
Local Professional Pet Sitters
Nose Work Magic - "K9 Nose Work® is perfect for any dog, all ages, fair-weather or foul-weather, firm or infirm. K9 Nose Work® is designed to encourage your dog's natural scenting abilities by using their desire to hunt and their love of toys, food and exercise. It is a wonderful means for letting your dog have fun, build confidence, and burn lots of mental and physical energy."
Doggie Day Care/Boarding
Rover Stay Over - Doggy daycare, long term boarding & grooming.
Tails-a-Wagging - An awesome doggy day care for those pups who are lonely while you are work.
Hyline Hotel for Dogs LLC - Boarding, day care, grooming and training
Northwest Kennels- Boarding, daycare, training, grooming and more.
Puget Hound - Boarding, Doggy Daycare, Grooming and more
Pet Portraits & Photography
Karen Theusen Designs - "Karen has been creating illustrations and painting murals for over 25 years as a published illustrator of children’s books, magazines, and a line of coloring and and note cards." The animal portraits she paints captures the true personality of her subject and you sense the care and love put into each painting
End of Life
Radiant Heart After-Care for Pets - Bobbie Ruth Langley, Owner. This is a fact of life and one of the hardest things a pet guardian has to go through. Radiant Heart was not around when it was Zeus's Time. However, I have been to Radiant Heart with a dear friend when it was time for her beloved pup (my nephew) to cross the Rainbow Bridge. Bobbie Ruth was so caring, patient and supportive which made for a very peaceful and beautiful experience.
The quote on their website says it all: "Honoring your pet's life through exceptional after-care".
One of the hardest decisions as a pet guardian is deciding when it is time to your beloved pet go and assist them in crossing the Rainbow Bridge. There is a lot of good information and links on Radiant Heart's website and one of I want to share here: How Do I Know When It Is Time? This article is from The Ohio State University, Veterinary Medical Center.