Get your pet’s photo taken with Santa at Wag N’ Wash in Redmond this month. Contributed photo

Get your pet’s photo taken with Santa at Wag N’ Wash in Redmond this month. Contributed photo

Wag N’ Wash Redmond hosts Santa Paws photo event

Santa will visit the Redmond Ridge pet store again on Dec. 22.

  • Friday, December 21, 2018 11:30am
  • Business

Santa will be visiting Wag N’ Wash in Redmond from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 22. Community members are welcome to bring their children and companions for a fun photo opportunity. Proceeds will benefit the Homeward Pet Adoption Center.

Wag N’ Wash Natural Food & Bakery, a full-line specialty retail destination for cats and dogs, has a mission to recognize, promote and foster the positive impact that companion pets and their humans have on each other.

Wag N’ Wash provides fresh-baked dog treats, natural food, supplements, full-service grooming and self-wash facilities and toys. Today, there are 18 Wag N’ Wash locations in eight states.

The store also offers a wide variety of holiday stocking stuffers and bakery treats for your furry friends to enjoy this season.

To learn more about Wag N’ Wash, visit https://wagnwash.com. The Redmond location is in Redmond Ridge, at

23535 NE Novelty Hill Road, Suite D304.

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