Seattle Pup Magazine circa 2015
Tracy Stober and her best friend Bubble.
One day in 2015, I was sitting at the Top Pot Doughnuts in Capitol Hill, Seattle reading a Parent Map looking for ideas for the kids in my life. When I looked up I noticed that the cafe was packed! No kids were in line but there were more dogs parked outside than I had ever noticed before! I counted 15 pups that day!
That is when it hit me that we needed a map for the fur babies in our lives. Over the next year I did a lot of research and started compiling a website that would have every resource I could find in one place. I am continually amazed at the breadth and diversity of the resources available for the canines in our lives.
After receiving feedback, I published the online website for Seattle Pup Magazine a year later in 2016. Our intention over here at Seattle Pup Magazine is to put together a sister magazine for the kittens in our lives. If you would like to participate in that endeavor please contact us and keep an eye out for another website in the future!
Our mission is to bring the Northwest community together one pup at a time.
We are a not-for-profit, community-centered magazine which encourages local area writers, photographers, and artists of all ages and abilities to submit their work. As an avid supporter of positive ways to encourage community involvement, all languages are welcome (with an English translation).
If you would like to submit your work please contact us.
As the founder and senior editor of Seattle Pup Magazine I would like to showcase the many people who are part of this endeavor. Without their work we wouldn't be where we are today. For more details about the Seattle Pup Pack please click here.
I hope that you find what you need and learn new things from Seattle Pup Magazine. And, of course, if you would like to share your experience, knowledge, and love of dogs, we are all ears!
Live. Love. WAG!
Tracy L. Stober
Seattle Pup Magazine