Spotlight on Salty Dogs!






Orange County Dogs Make National Book!

Salty Dogs, the only photo book of dogs at the beach, includes many dogs photographed at Huntington Dog Beach! Jean M Fogle, the photographer, estimates that ½ of the book contains local dogs, while the other dogs live on the East Coast.

Dogs live in the moment, and Salty Dogs captures those moments of sheer exuberance as carefree canines frolic and rollick on the beach. No matter what your dog enjoys doing at the beach: swimming, playing, romping, or surfing, this book shows utter, unadulterated canine bliss and spontaneity. The pages are sprinkled with humorous, poignant, and inspiring thoughts that will warm your heart.


Pure joy on every page...you can't open this book without smiling :)

Jean's first book, Salty Dogs, is now out in stores and available online. Amazon has the search inside function on this book so you can actually see some of the book and order at the same time.

Follow this link to order Salty Dogs via Amazon

Follow this link to order Salty Dogs via Barnes & Noble

And autographed copies are available at the author's website! Please visit www.jeanmfogle.com

October Dog Friendly Events



Seal Beach’s 2007 Wag ‘N Walk

LOCATION: Eisenhower Park (adjacent to the Seal Beach Pier)

DATE: Saturday, October 13, 2007

TIME: 9:00am-12:00pm

Seal Beach’s 2007 Wag 'n' Walk will begin at Eisenhower Park located at the foot of the Seal Beach Pier, and participants will receive prizes based upon the amount of pledges raised. The event also includes entertainment, sponsor booths, opportunity drawings, food, beverages and prize presentations. We hope you will join us for a fun filled day with your four-legged friends!

Wag ‘n’ Walk benefits The Seal Beach Animal Care Center, a non--profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 1986. The Center is supported solely by donations, grants & fundraisers. Proceeds raised from events such as Wag 'n' Walk allow the Center to provide a safe haven for the homeless animals that come through our door until a new forever home can be found.

Individual Registration: $25.00
Fee includes 1 Event T-shirt

Family Registration: $40.00
Fee includes 2 Event T-shirts

For more information on Seal Beach's Wag 'n' Walk please

follow this link


Saturday, October 13th

Irvine’s 6th Annual Pet Trek

LOCATION:
Heritage Park
14301 Yale Avenue
Irvine, CA 92604

TIME: 8:00am to 12:00pm

Grab your walking shoes and your canine companion for the Sixth Annual Pet Trek!

The 3 kilometer walkathon features educational displays, goodie bags, T-shirts, photos, prizes, entertainment and more. Money raised from the event will help feed, house, provide medical care and find homes for the more than 3,000 homeless, abused and neglected animals the Irvine Animal Care Center cares for each year.

Visit the IACC website at

www.irvineshelter.org

or call (949) 724-7741 to register and request a pledge form. The registration fee is $25 per individual, $40 per family or $50 per team, which includes all event activities.

Yappy Hour Wednesdays!
Noah’s Essentials & The Cliff Restaurant
577 S Coast Highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Wednesdays from 5:00pm to 7:00pm (weather permitting)

Enjoy ½ price wine and appetizers at The Cliff while your pal samples free gourmet dishes from Noah’s such as lamb stew and turkey meatloaf…a beautiful Laguna Beach sunset makes this a yappy hour not to be missed!


Hop on The Doggie Bus! The Doggie Bus provides free transportation from Tustin to Huntington Beach’s Dog Beach or Laguna Beach’s Dog Park on Saturday and Sundays. Kick back, meet new friends and enjoy an afternoon on The Doggie Bus! For more info, visit www.doggiebus.com

What's New

Don’t forget to check out the latest additions to ocdogfriendly.com including an informational page on Healthy Pet Food found at:

www.ocdogfriendly.com/healthypetfood



And as requested, a page about Our Story found at:

www.ocdogfriendly.com/marleyandme

I also want to mention the positive feedback I have received in the past few month as it brings a smile :)

A couple of weeks ago I met a couple and their dachshund at Noah’s Yappy Hour in Laguna Beach. They were visiting from Northern California and found dog friendly hotels and restaurants in Laguna via my website. They recognized Marley at my table and mentioned how much they appreciated our site in making their stay comfortable for them and their little pal (who was happily gobbling down some homemade beef stew provided by Noah’s Yappy Hour).

Another submission and restaurant recommendation I received:

“Your listing of restaurants has been very helpful for us as we have been on the go with our 4 pound pomeranian Jolie.

Recently, in San Juan Capistrano, we happened upon Cafe Mozart. I had seen this restaurant before, and wondered if they might allow dogs at their outside tables. It was a Friday night, and I called from Dana Point to see if they could accomodate us. The person who answered the phone was very friendly, and said absolutely. They asked us how many there would be in our party, and when we arrived a table was already set up, with a beautiful dish of water waiting for Jolie.

And the food. Wow! Cafe Mozart is a higher end restaurant, so we spent a couple of extra dollars, but everything was extraordinary, including the desserts.

The whole evening was extremely enjoyable, and I thought they would be deserving of a place on your lists. Here is the information:

Café Mozart
31952 Camino Capistrano
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
(949) 496-0212

www.cafemozart.net



Thanks again for your help in finding places to eat!”

Responses such as these make this work incredibly rewarding. Thank you for reading this Salty Dogs issue of The OC Dogumentary and for celebrating the furry friends who add so much joy to our lives.

Paige & Marley
The OC Dogumentary
www.ocdogfriendly.com
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