Past Events

Our Christmas Garage Sale had some lovely items.










Volunteer Will played Santa at Petco on Dec. 9th for “Pet Pictures with Santa”, all proceeds of which went to WAG.










Our open house in October was enjoyed by a great many friends, volunteers and supporters.












Our Dog Wash held at Blissies Bonetique was a fun time for all of us and will probably became a yearly event.








Our Annual Garage/Barn sale was a huge success.  You won’t believe the size of this!  An acre of tents, tables and buildings!  This annual event was held June 16th and 17th.  Hundreds of people enjoyed roaming the grounds of the new Halfway Home Ranch in search of treasures.   You can take pleasure in knowing that every penny goes to help our homeless dogs.





Farmers Market Halloween Fido Fhoto Booth

We thank the Farmers Market for inviting us to be a part of their final market of 2016.

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Looking smart in our Halloween attire!  So fun!









Clallam Bay Inmates Reunite with Reformed Dogs

Wednesday, 9/28/16, was the first reunion in the five years that WAG has sponsored a dog training program at Clallam Bay Correction Center.  About 50 people attended, including about 35 WAG board and group members, and dog owners.

The dogs who bounded into the visit room at the prison for a reunion with their inmate handlers were among the 156 adult dogs and 73 puppies whose lives were turned around by the men at CBCC.  The dogs, accompanied by their owners, included Sky the Great Pyrenees Husky, Connor the boxer-husky and Skeeter the Chihuahua.

The inmates, about a dozen among the 900 at Clallam Bay who earned participation in the program through good behavior, have trained their dogs daily over weeks or months — however long it takes — until the dogs pass an American Kennel Club obedience test.

These inmates had many positive comments about the effect this program has had on them such as: “This has helped a lot in dealing with people, dealing with staff.”

At the end of the presentation, WAG members, inmates and dog owners were urged to mingle — with a reminder that the setting for all this good cheer was a prison.  Handshakes only, no hugs.









Read the complete Peninsula Daily News article here and donate now  to support this great program.  You may contribute via PayPal here

or check sent to WAG, PO Box 3966, Sequim, WA 98382.



WAG In The News

The Huffington Post – October 17, 2016
Inmates Who Trained Troubled Dogs Reunite With Pups They Saved

The Columbian, Vancouver, WA – October 9, 2016
Clallam Bay Inmates Reunite with Reformed Dogs

Washington Times, Wash. DC – October 9, 2016
Clallam Bay Inmates Reunite with Reformed Dogs

Peninsula Daily News – October 2, 2016
Clallam Bay Inmates Reunite with Reformed Dogs

Sequim Gazette – May 27, 2015
The Lodge at Sherwood Village Holds Event

Sequim Gazette – December 31, 2014
Helping dogs help people

Sequim Gazette – October 8, 2014
WAG Volunteers Celebrate Property Purchase

Sequim Gazette – August 27, 2014
WAG Gets Hearing Examiner’s Approval

Sequim Gazette – March 20, 2014
Wag Group Takes on 10

Sequim Gazette – March 20, 2014
Inmates teach rescue dogs manners

Sequim Gazette – March 20, 2014
WAG seeking facility for canine care

Sequim Gazette – March 19, 2014
Dogs Gone Hold Happy Reunion

Peninsula Daily News  – March 3, 2013
A Different Kind of Matchmaker

Peninsula Daily News – March 21, 2007
Foster Homes shelter dogs between owners