Pinehurst Pets – Kona

Meet Kona, a real cutie rescued by one of our Pinehurst families. She’s a good girl, too. She fit in right away, and she’s learning all the time, such as how to catch a soft frisbee. Some things it would be better NOT to have learned, such as how to jump over fences, and […]

Pinehurst Pets – Natalie and Dolly

Behold Natalie and Dolly, the best-dressed gals in Pinehurst. Actually, Natalie, on the left, doesn’t especially like to dress up, so she sports a simple but elegant bow. Now Dolly – Dolly loves to dress up. Here she is in her new dress. Her favorite color is pink, by the way. They can often […]

Pinehurst Pets – Sid Vicious

Hi, I’m Sid Vicious and I joined the ‘hood’ in December. I was very small, and not a fan of the cold & wet, so I didn’t get out much. Now that it’s sunny and warm, you may see me running through my yard and chasing all my kitty bro’s and sisters. […]

Pinehurst Pets – Kitty & Billie

Laurie and Jim have lived in the Pinehurst neighborhood since 1985. They have had Portuguese Water Dogs since 1990.

The photo is of their oldest dog, “Kitty”, on the occasion of her 14th Birthday last April 1st, and her granddaughter, Billie, giving her a kiss for the occasion.


Pinehurst Pets – Samuel “Stinky Paws”

This is Samuel “Stinky Paws.” He was born a Vegas street dog in the Fall of 2012. After two arduous months wandering the Vegas strip he was adopted by a loving Pinehurst family. You can catch Sammy playing up at the Pinehurst Playground, frolicking down 123rd, or sampling fine cured […]

Pinehurst Pets – Hot Weather

This is an advisory from Seattle Animal Shelter:

Animal Shelter urges pet owners to keep pets safe during hot weather Hot cars and screenless windows are especially dangerous, life-threatening

Cool, fresh air and a cold drink. It’s what we all seek out when temperatures start creeping up. But it’s especially important for our furry […]

Pinehurst Pets – Zia

This is Zia. She looks a lot like a cute little black bear. Once she got out of the yard and wandered down the street. She stopped at the intersection and just stood there looking lost, I guess. Some nice people rescued her and took her home. They didn’t notice her […]

Pinehurst Pets – Property Damage

If a neighbor’s pet is damaging your property, you can report it to Seattle Animal Control. Take these steps:

Communicate with the pet owner about the damage Often, neighborly discussions can be very helpful. Let the pet owners know that you are experiencing property damage. Sometimes pet owners are not aware of the problem or […]

Pinehurst Pets – Bruno

Introducing Bruno – or maybe you’ve seen him on his daily walks these last few years. He’s a Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier rescue dog from Whistler, B.C. I got to know him when he stopped in front of my house to roll on a certain section of my lawn EVERY time he went by. It […]

Pinehurst Pets – Scoop Laws

Seattle’s dogs and cats generate about 50,000 pounds of pet waste each day. It is one of the leading causes of bacterial contamination in our streams. Some bacteria in waste can remain in our yards for up to 4 years; children and gardeners are at the most risk of infection.

The rules about scooping poop […]