We assume, don't we? that our pets lead untroubled lives. After all, "It's a dog's life" doesn't refer to an existence of misery and starvation. Domesticated animals in Seattle households are, by and large, well cared-for, and respond to humans with gentle affection. What a pleasure, then, to be able to offer pet owners an afternoon of chilled libation (called a "dogtail," woulnd't you know).
All this tonight on the sun-drenched patio between the Pan Pacific Hotel and Scraps Dog Lounge. Among the visitors, Randy Hale (drinking a $7 Salty Dog) and her 9-year-old chocolate labrador, Dylan. Also on hand, a beautiful golden labradoodle named Yafi.
Happens the second Thursday of every month, we're told. Not just Salty Dogs, but Greyhounds and Whippets, too.