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CDMS | We Have a Winner!

CityDog Magazine
This summer, hundreds of dogs unleashed their inner super model at the 10th annual CityDog Cover Dog Model Search and now we have a winner. We narrowed the canine contenders down to five (see below), and over 6,000 people voted for the pooch to grace the Spring 2016 cover of CityDog Magazine—and the winner is Riley!

To see each and every one of our canine contestants {all 300 of them} in the holiday issue, click here.

Anderson Pooper is a nine-year-old dachshund, who suffered a back injury paralyzing her back legs. She found her peeps when her previous owners were no longer able to care for her and not a day goes by that she doesn’t make them laugh. Her back legs might not work properly, but she doesn’t consider herself disabled. Her preferred pastime is burrowing under blankets and when she’s not sleeping or snuggling, she likes to keep fit by running in Wiener Dog Races and rolling through the local dog park. Anderson Pooper is also an avid camper and especially likes going to the coast. Running on the beach is her favorite thing (besides sausage, that is). She’s quite the social media hound on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and is an ambassador for Animals With Disabilities. Photo by Alan Alabastro.

Beemo is a 2 ½ year old Australian shepherd mix, adopted by his owners from Seattle Humane when he was a puppy. They fell in love with his “guyliner,” extreme energy, and scruffy face at first sight. His favorite activity is chasing his ball at full speed—whether it’s at the dog park, the beach or around the living room. He loves sleepovers with his best dog-friends and eating burritos from the trash when he thinks no one is looking. He dislikes baths, balloons, umbrellas and bubble wrap. Although energetic, he’s also perfectly content to snuggle in bed all day if you’re feeling under the weather. Beemo is everyone’s friend, and the perfect companion. Photo by Emily Rieman.

Cooper loves people and other pooches like crazy. He enjoys going everywhere his parents go—in other words, his favorite thing is socializing and he even "talks" like a Husky. Cooper came into his owners lives when they went to an adoption event at Cascade K9 in Preston about 10 years ago. Cooper had been named Skully because he was so scruffy, matted and skinny, but after a doggie makeover (major grooming) he came to life. Those big blue eyes and great personality win over your heart and in his owners' own words, "Everyone loves Cooper!" Photo by Don Norris.

Riley is a two-year-old, redbone coonhound- rottweiler-mix adopted from the Kitsap Humane Society at about four months old. According to his owner, "I knew as soon as I saw Riley we would be friends for a very long time and I could not have asked for a better friend." Riley has a very outgoing personality and loves the outdoors, especially the beach, and is a great hiking companion. He loves learning new tricks and of course, the treats that go along with that! But probably most impressive is that Riley is very patient and kind when welcoming new foster dogs into his home. Photo by Katherine Moore.

Rosie, a seven-month-old boxer mix came from Los Angeles along with her mom and siblings to NOAH Animal Shelter in Stanwood. Her family picked her out of the pack and although she was smaller than the rest, she was equally eager to seek them out. Since going home with them at just 9 ½ weeks old, she has grown into a strong, lively and “cheeky” puppy. She is a boxer-hound mix with a pink freckled belly and silky soft ears. Always up for adventure, some of her favorite places include Marymoor Dog Park and weekends on Whidbey Island visiting Sadie, her "bestie." She is happiest when she is playing, sleeping and meeting people and dogs. And, according to her family, "It’s all such a joy!" Photo by Tabitha May.




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