Does dog aromatherapy mean eau de beef bone?

Just asking, because the former Retroactive Kids space on Cali south of Morgan Junction (building still for sale) now has a flyer on the door announcing its next occupant: Coming soon/A great place to b/CHILL/Massage, aromatherapy/Adults, kids, k9s.

4 Replies to "Does dog aromatherapy mean eau de beef bone?"

  • Jan May 26, 2007 (11:24 am)

    well, I suppose that could be…but…what seems to give dogs the most sniffing pleasure…? eau de a**? hehehehe

    ok..I’ll refrain in the future ;-)

  • Venkat May 26, 2007 (8:21 pm)

    Looks like an interesting place actually. They stick an Oxygen bar in there and I’ll be a regular!

  • WendyHJ May 29, 2007 (4:29 pm)

    I wonder if they will have a dog yoga class. One of the instructors at 8 Limbs in the Junctoon, brenda Bryan, started a class at The Humane Society on the Eastside. My little Italian greyhound and I took part in the first session, but now I am waiting for her to find a West Seattle location to hold class.

    Great story here about Brenda and her class:

  • Nic July 26, 2008 (9:54 pm)

    And now the owner of Chill (that’s me) is actually offering canine massage but not at chill. Check out the chill blog for more info on chill dog.

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