Contestants Put on the Dog for Rescheduled Halloween Howl
Annual Canine Costume Contest a Howling Good Time
Edmonds Honors Courageous Canine Veterans
War Dogs Recognized at Edmonds Veterans Plaza
An Ode to Off-Leash Area Edmonds Dog Owners
Food Truck for Dogs is a Huge Hit
Scene in Edmonds: Doggone fun at annual Halloween Howl - 10 24 2015
Open Letter of Thanks to OLAE for $2000 K9 Donation - 9 3 2013
Edmonds Police Dept Dog Abuse Letter - 5 24 2013
The Yellow Dog Project Announcement
Halloween Howl draws a crowd of well-costumed dogs — and their
owners — to Edmonds - My OLAE Halloween Howl 2012 Photo Gallery -
Edmonds KOMO
OLAE Gets An Agility Course - My Edmonds News
Edmonds Off-Leash Dog Park a Howling Success - EdmondsPatch
OLAE featured on Day 296 of 365 Things to Do in Edmonds
Halloween Howl 2010 was a huge success! Click here to see photos
OLAE's Halloween Howl event featured on 365 Things to Do in Edmonds
Read about Pet Theft

While volunteers have helped sustain the off-leash area of Edmonds for a
number of years, if it were not for the precedence set by two local non-
profit groups known as
Serve our Dog Areas (SODA) and Citizens for Off-
Leash Areas (COLA), OLAE would never have formed.

The COLA website is helpful for anyone taking their dog(s) into any of the
Seattle parks or off-leash areas.  It also provides a myriad of information
regarding pet safety, animal shelters, and places outside of Washington
that are OLAs.  

The SODA website provides the reader with a remarkable journey of how
volunteers can mold two parks and make them into  enjoyable venues for
all dog lovers.  It also has links to other OLAs in the area.

Shoreline Dog Off-leash Group (ShoreDog)
The Mountlake Terrace Dog Off-leash Group (MLT DOG)
Sequim Dog Park
Yellow Dog Project
The Ultimate Guide to Pet Adoption
news & links
OLAE featured
on Seattle Times' Tails of
Seattle blog post Oct 2, 2011.