Beba

(Available for Adoption) I was contacted by an Animal Control Officer that works for the Seattle Animal Shelter.  She wanted help catching Beba, a young dog that had been wandering…

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The Turtles

(Adopted/Available for Adoption) I know a puppy.  He is about 10 months old and 50 pounds.  He shows his enthusiasm for me by galloping across the yard and hurling himself…

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Gracie

(Available for Adoption) Gracie escaped from her new home near Birch Bay on May 12, 2020, the day after she was adopted. There was little activity with her search. UBS…

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Buttercup

(Adopted) Buttercup was originally posted on Lost Dogs of King County after she was brought in to Seattle Animal Shelter. A UBS volunteer recognized her as a new dog of…

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River

(Reunited) Catching RiverThrough a Facebook post, we learned about a possible stray dog in Auburn. It took a couple of days to catch him. This write-up of our actions can…

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Easley

(Adopted) Normandy Park residents posted on Lost Dogs of King County and Nextdoor to report a small dog running loose on the very busy streets near the Normandy Park/Burien border.…

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Desmond

(Reunited) UBS became aware of Desmond after several sightings at the busy North SeaTac Park & Ball Fields were reported to Lost Dogs of King County in early April 2020.…

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Martha

(Reunited) Catching Martha. Martha is a shy, sweet dog, new to the area, a rescue. Every day, rescue dogs are brought into the Seattle area from places like California, Texas,…

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Gunner

(Adopted) I saw the beagle in the dark, down a driveway, out of the corner of my eye, and I pretended not to notice him. The hardest part of our…

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Patio

(Adopted) Sometimes we get creative in our trapping methods. UBS was notified about an injured dog in Kent. She wouldn’t put any weight on her left hind leg, and she…

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