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Old 02-21-2010, 03:25 PM   #1
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Dog Boarding in Seattle

We would like to take an Alaskan Cruise in July but we have to (with great sadness) board our 2 little dogs. Can someone on the Seattle area recommend a nice place to board the dogs for a week? And, while we're here, can you recommend a convenient RV park to leave our rig whilst we are away?

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Old 02-21-2010, 09:06 PM   #2
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Our Daughter lives in Seattle. She uses the Barking Lounge @ 500 Drexel Ave N in Seattle to board her dog when she travels out of state. It is rated one of the best every year by the fine people of Seattle.
As far as a place to store your motorhome, Lake Pleasant RV Park in Bothell used to have an area with electrical hook-ups for RV's while the owners took cruises. It wasn't as expensive as a regular site. You can call them and see if they still have that service. It has been a while since we camped there so I'm not sure that they still offer that service.
Good Luck and enjoy your trip.
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