Welcome to Ask Amber, our weekly Q&A installment with Amber, one of our most popular Rover sitters in Seattle. Every week, Amber will answer one of your questions about anything relating to dog sitting, dog care, the life of a Rover sitter, etc.
Today, Amber addresses how to handle a dog who’s not a good fit for you.
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So you’re looking for dog friendly Seattle restaurants—I’ve been there. Maybe it’s been a long day at work and you don’t feel like cooking, but the guilt of leaving your dog behind is too much to bear. Why not bring your canine pal along?
It’s no secret that I don’t cook a lot, so let me share with you my favorite restaurants to bring along my dog, Lilly. It’s not just micro and nano-breweries that’ll welcome your furry friends with open arms. Seattle is one of the nation’s most dog friendly cities, so it follows that many restaurants in Seattle and the surrounding area encourage doggie dining guests. Check out our list of dog friendly Seattle eateries!
A celeb’s dog is her life coach, BFF, and magical hugging machine all in one. Famous or not, we all know life on the road can be tough. That familiar wagging tail can make the hectic schedules, endless travel, and “hurry up and wait” nature of a performer’s world a little less stressful.
And the rewards for these privileged pooches are nothing to sneeze at: room service, personal assistants, private jets, backstage passes, and getting to hobnob with all the other celebrity pets.
From purse dogs to fetching Labradors, can you match these dogs to their celebrity parents?