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Tips for Adding A Dog to Your Family

Are you considering adding a dog to your current pack? Do you feel guilty for leaving your dog at home alone all day and think a little pal might be just the solution for him? I get asked all the time, “Do you think Rover would like a friend to

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Cascade Kennels February 2014 Newsletter

    Meet Finley          Hello All! I’m Finley, the new Executive Canine Quality Control Officer here at Cascade Kennels. Unfortunately my job title won’t fit on my dog tag, but oh well, guess I’ll live. Anywho, I suppose I should tell you a little bit about

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Finley’s Tips on Finding a Great Doggie Daycare

So, I hear a lot of humans talking about Doggie Daycare and how to find a good place for their dog in the Bellevue, Seattle and surrounding areas.  I often wonder why they don’t just ask me, I mean who better to tell you about doggie daycare than a dog? 

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10 More Subtle Signs of Illness in Cats

I found this great and informative article on signs of illness in your cat.  I hope you enjoy it. By Steve Dale Steve Dale is the host of the nationally syndicated radio shows Steve Dale’s Pet World and The Pet Minute with Steve Dale. His column, My Pet World, is

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Dog Sports 101

I just read this great article from ASPCA on dog sports and how much people can enjoy time spent with their “best friend”.  I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Dog Sports 101  Do you have a smarty-pants canine? Does your favorite pup need a little extra

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Hello from Finley

Hello All! I’m Finley, the new Executive Canine Quality Control Officer here at Cascade Kennels.  Unfortunately my job title won’t fit on my dog tag, but oh well, guess I’ll live.  Any-who, I suppose I should tell you a little bit about who I am and what it is I

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Cascade Kennels April 2013 Newsletter

“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole” ~Roger Caras  Gardening with Frisco Do you love to garden?  Does your dog, Frisco, also love to garden?   Despite what you may have previously believed, the two of you can co-exist in the garden. With a little planning,

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