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Edmonds farmers market puts bite on dogs

Nate McCarthy
Wereteens of Edmonds

Nancy's pretty let down about this. Not so much that she can't bring her own but that she won't get to watch the dogs others bring.  In Seattle dogs are allowed at some farmers markets and banned at others.  

Here's a list: Farmers markets in Washington make their own rules.

I'm not what you'd call a dog lover. I don't hate them or anything unless they're barking all night long or beating me at poker. But no matter what kind of "Aren't I adorable" googly-eyes  any dog gives me, I figure what he's really thinking is "I wonder how that guy's leg would taste."

In this week's episode I opine to Nancy that I see an increased sense of entitlement on the part of dog owners. They  seem to feel that a cutesy bandana is their animal's passport to boldly go where no dog has gone before. I beg to differ. 

How do you feel about the increased presence of dogs in public spaces? And do you agree that no dog can ever hope to be as cool (Warning: Link contains extreme surreal content) as this?

"Any man who hates babies and dogs can't be all bad."

–Leo Rosten in tribute to W.C. Fields

Dick Stein joined KNKX in January 1992. He retired in 2020 after three decades on air. During his storied radio career, he hosted the morning jazz show, co-hosted and produced "Food for Thought" with Nancy Leson and wrote and directed the Jimmy Jazzoid live radio musical comedies and 100 episodes of Jazz Kitchen.