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Pet-Friendly Senior Living in Seattle

Washington State is well-known for its outdoor- loving residents and gorgeous, green, great outdoors. Seniors in Seattle can enjoy lots of great, pet-friendly amenities. There are assisted-living facilities, parks, and restaurants where you can enjoy being in the company of your pet.

There are a plethora of pet-friendly hotels, off-leash dog parks, and pet-related events in Seattle. Seattle is also home to many pet supply stores that will provide you with the toys and treats that will make your animal companion happy and healthy.

Read further to see what Seattle has to offer pet-loving seniors.

Moving into an Assisted Living Facility with Your Pet

Check out the Seattle, Washington assisted living communities where your pet will be welcome.  Look at Farrington Court for a magnificent senior community conveniently located to the best that Washington has to offer and willing to accommodate companion animals.

Queen Anne Manor in Seattle is ideally situated in a quiet residential neighborhood. Walking your dog in the area will be easy and enjoyable. You’ll be surrounded by stately oak trees. Queen Anne Manor will provide you with welcoming spaces for inside and outside activity. Enjoy walking, shopping, and a variety of local cultural events.

Going Out with Your Pet in Seattle

There are over 30 dog-friendly activities in Seattle, Washington. You can always find something to do in the company of your dog.

The Freemont Sunday Ice-Cream Cruise

Enjoy a day out on the water aboard the Seattle Ferry Service’s Sunday Ice-Cream Cruise. Your well-behaved dog is welcome as long as he remains leashed. Enjoy ice-cream, fresh breezes, and a magnificent view with your canine companion.

Seward Park

Seward Park is a Seattle treasure. This park is dog-friendly (though they must be leashed) and includes a gorgeous, paved trail on the waterfront. Travel through the quiet forested areas and feel the quiet of the deep woods. There are some great tennis courts for active seniors too.

Eating Out with Your Pet in Seattle

The Duchess in Seattle is a beautiful place for a bite and a cold drink that gladly welcomes dogs with their owners. As long as your canine abides by the rules, you can keep him by your side. Note that on game days, you may be asked to keep your pet at home due to how busy it can get.

Bark Espresso in Seattle

Bark Espresso in Seattle is a real pet hot spot. Great food and ambiance are combined with a unique Great Dog Lounge where patrons can relax with their furry friends.

Off-Leash Park in Seattle

The Shoreview Off-Leash Park in Seattle is the place to go to let your dog run free. Let your dog socialize with his fellow canines while you meet local dog lovers and make new friends.  The Genesee Dog Park is a no-frills, wide open, off-leash dog playground. Enjoy watching your companion animal romp in a wide open area safely enclosed on all sides. There are no worries of losing your dog in Genesee Dog Park.

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