The Seattle FlyDogs perform at the Dog Days of Summer event at the Kent Senior Center. DENNIS BOX, Reporter

Who let the dogs out?

  • Friday, August 11, 2017 12:10pm
  • Life

Dogs and their owners enjoyed the second annual Dog Days of Summer last Saturday at the Kent Senior Activity Center.

The event featured performances by the Seattle FlyDogs and Border Collie International and a demonstration by the Kent Police Department K-9 unit.

There was also a doggy fashion show and pet parade.

Donations of new and unused dog supplies were accepted as well as the opportunity to license pets through the Regional Animal Services of King County

Dogs and their owners enjoyed the second annual Dog Days of Summer last Saturday at the Kent Senior Activity Center. The event featured performances by the Seattle FlyDogs and Border Collie International and a demonstration by the Kent Police Department K-9 unit. There was also a doggy fashion show and pet parade. Donations of new […]

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