Pets in Downtown


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  • Rover.com
    In an interview with the New York Times, Rover.com CEO Aaron Easterly describes his business as a means of connecting "dog owners who need care for their animals to dog lovers willing to provide it for some extra cash.? Thus, his business serves as a friendly alternative to ?lock[ing] their dog in cage for a week? at a kennel. Providing dogs with a real home or apartment to call home while their owners are away, Rover.com calls upon dog fanatics to showcase their walking, feeding, and ear-scratching skills by boarding or staying at the homes of local pooches. With a network of more than 300,000 members across the country, Rover.com allows owners to peruse the online profiles of potential hosts and seek out a local caretaker based on reviews, personal preferences, and availability. Once connected with the pet-sitter, owners can schedule an optional meet-and-greet between hound and human to ensure a compatibility of personalities and rising signs. While on vacation, dog parents keep in contact with their four-legged friends and their sitters via Rover.com?s messaging service and photo updates. The company?s dedication to canine well-being extends to their Sit a Dog, Save a Life program, which grants the site?s sitters a chance to donate the entirety or a portion of their profits to a pet-related charity such as The Animal Rescue Site or the Coalition to Unchain Dogs.
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    1000 2nd Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Brookstone
    Brookstone has thousands of practical, ingenious gadgets and games that make everyday life better. Their Big Blue live speaker uses Bluetooth to stream music or phone calls live from a smartphone, while a pocket-sized projector can be pulled out to show off the latest trip photos or funny video. That’s just the tip of the iceberg at this Pacific Place Brookstone outlet, where mini flying drones and augmented reality games are the norm – and guests can try everything out before they buy. That means sampling the classic massage chairs, checking the functionality of the wireless key finder by losing your keys in the overstocked shelves or just playing around with the latest obscure gizmo to kill a few minutes. You may not leave with something that you couldn’t have lived without, but anything you buy is sure to be fun, ingenious or downright silly.
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    600 Pine Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Scraps Dog Bakery
    Scraps Dog Bakery: A Sensory Rundown Sure, the store’s virtual tour can help you learn the layout of Scraps Dog Bakery, but that’s only the half of it. Here’s what you can expect to actually experience at the South Lake Union destination for all things dog: You’ll see shelf upon shelf packed with all-natural foods for cats and dogs, including raw and freeze-dried brands. You’ll hear the squeak of toys that come in fun shapes, such as tiny bodybuilders. You may be able to taste frosted birthday cakes, cookies, and bacon-topped peanut butter cupcakes, but only if you’re a dog. You’ll be able to touch pillowy, custom-made dog beds in hundreds of fabric patterns, as well as any friendly canine customers. You’ll be able to smell fresh-scented grooming products from brands such as Buddy Wash and Earth Bath.
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    900 Lenora St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Boudoir Photography
    A collaboration between a fine-art photography studio and a pinup-style salon, Seattle Boudoir Photography creates a fun and professional environment for their sultry photo shoots. In preparation for the sessions, a team member guides clients through wardrobe selection and a variety of creative themes. Available packages include "The Shades", inspired by the hit erotic fiction trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey, which centers around a 45-minute shoot that begins in a light-flooded loft space or on a private rooftop deck, then ends on the studio’s private Red Room set. Regardless of which package they choose, customers are pampered by the onsite salon staff that helps customers channel these different looks and personalities with professional makeup applications, along with a stylist that stands by for consultation on poses and how to use hair mousse to make chocolate mousse.
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    66 Bell St, Ste 302
    Seattle, WA US
  • Urban Animal
    Boasting a new model for veterinary care, Urban Animal’s staff of animal lovers welcomes walk-ins and treats all pet owners with compassion. Offering services to fit their clients’ budgets big and small, they present everyone with a range of treatment options that vary in price.
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    1001 Broadway Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Jet City Animal Clinic
    Dr. Erica Anderson could have ended up anywhere. As a child, she followed her father, a botanist, across the world to places such as Thailand, Malaysia, Kenya, Japan. During these globetrotting days, Dr. Anderson discovered a passion for wildlife. She even spent time in South Africa studying animals and how they live. In the end, however, she decided a career as a wildlife veterinarian wasn't for her. Instead, she found that helping domesticated pets and their humans was a more fulfilling duty. So, she began working nightshifts as an emergency vet. Fueled by an eclectic array of experiences and an undying compassion for animals, Dr. Anderson eventually opened her own practice, Jet City Animal Clinic. Here, Dr. Anderson checks up on cats and dogs during annual exams, and, if necessary, performs surgical procedures. She also works alongside a whole team of talented individuals, including technicians, body workers, and behaviorists. Together, this team creates a warm and friendly space for owners and their pets. A calming, amicable vibe surfaces in the earth toned walls and the paintings of pets speckled throughout the office. Much of the decor comes from reclaimed materials, highlighting the staff's commitment to eco-friendly business practices. They also keep electronic records so they don't have to use as much paper or shave each dog's medical record into its own fur.
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    822 12th Ave.
    Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA US

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