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Old 10-26-2009, 09:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know of a farm in the Seattle area where I could take Hannah to meet some farm animals (once she has all her shots)?

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Old 11-21-2009, 05:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wish I could help, but not familiar with the area. How old is she? My puppy is 9 weeks tomorrow, and I'm trying to get her around as many people/babies/kids/animals as I can!!
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Farm animals! Can't tell you where to go in Seattle, but Laila has had 2 visits to a farm.

First one was this summer at a little farm zoo we have in town where pets are allowed. Laila was going absolutely nuts to go see the animals. I was trying to keep her away, but it was hopeless. So, I brought her close to the pens, and the animals wanted to meet her! The pigs came right up to her wagging their tails, as did the goats, donkeys, horses and llamas. It was very cute! However, she did get pecked in the face by a chicken...

The other was at a cattle farm/orchard which had trails to walk your dogs. Of course, Laila wanted to get as close to the cows/bulls as she possibly could. Then it got a little scary. One bull was NOT happy...kept staring at Laila, and then started moving his hoof as if he was going to charge right at her through the fence! That was enough for us...adios bull!
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Old 11-21-2009, 06:39 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Wish I could help, but not familiar with the area. How old is she? My puppy is 9 weeks tomorrow, and I'm trying to get her around as many people/babies/kids/animals as I can!!
Hannah just turned 3 months this week. From the time I got her I had her out with me to meet as many people as possible. She has been so good with meeting people. She loves everyone and vis-a-versa. I've kept the animal contact to a minimum until she gets all her shots, but the few dogs she has met she just loves them. No aggression at all. Just gets into the "C" shape, wags her tail and snuggles up.
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Lailabelle,

I wish I could find a place like that. Sounds awesome and hilarious.
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The pigs came right up to her wagging their tails, as did the goats, donkeys, horses and llamas. It was very cute!
Soooooooooo cute. I have been wanting to take M to a farm too. The closest we got was a petting zoo but he had to stay about 10 feet away from the animals. I would LOVE to see a pig wagging its tail... sigh..
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