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Mt. Tam Dog Company co-owners Erin Seavey and Dave Tint, with their dogs Ruby and Shasta. Courtesy photo.
Yet another Anon July 3, 2014 at 07:06 pm
I hope they'll show LOVE for the Mountain, and all her inhabitants, by not dropping plastic bagsRead More filled with dog poop along their walks. This is an ongoing and disgusting practice disgracing our sweet little town. Please set a good example to all the other folks who walk dogs, professional and dog "owners" alike, and carry them with you until you can throw them into a garbage can.
sarahhaynesx July 4, 2014 at 08:26 am
Congratulations Erin! You've been a class act, and MV is glad to have you. The town can use yourRead More services for sure. Pet care is hard work but is such a fun business! Im sure Erin's staff will be great with the baggies, but it can never hurt to remind her! :)
greg July 4, 2014 at 06:33 pm
Dave is one of the kindest most sincere persons I've ever met. I wish them great success with theRead More business. His dog walking experience and care is the best. Good luck! Greg and Leslie at Coyote Coffee.
Photos from the 2012 Wine, Beer & Gourmet Food Tasting event. Photos by Gary Ferber Photography.
Syrah June 7, 2014 at 08:29 am
Reggie, take your Geritol! It's gonna be ok buddy.
Reginald "Rex" Henderson June 7, 2014 at 08:43 am
I don't care anyway. I'm in San Rafael for the weekend looking for a new bachelor pad. I have noRead More intention of stepping into frou-frou-ville to see all of the "brands" that will be on display. What is it, a fu%#ing supermarket?
Syrah June 7, 2014 at 09:39 pm
Ooooh, new bachelor pad. Good luck. Make sure to get one with a deck/view - a great place to wineRead More and dine em'....
Gayle Nicoletti and Molly de Vries have found a home for their unique businesses at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard at 129 Miller Ave. Courtesy photo.
Reginald "Rex" Henderson February 21, 2014 at 02:31 pm
Thanks for the support, everyone. No disrespect intended for Molly or anyone. Let's just all agreeRead More that the only thing Mill Valley need LESS than another boutique store is another Dog-Walking biz... I think I will run for mayor on that platform.,.
mayesoleil February 24, 2014 at 10:06 pm
I agree with Selma and think that both Rex and 'citizen' may want to think about the lack ofRead More comradery they display with their way of thinking. As someone who, like Molly, was born and raised and now raising my own in Marin, it is sad to read such lack of support and kindness about people who are passionate about what they are doing, especially when its to better the world we live in. Instead of telling us what you don't want to see in Mill Valley, speak positively about what you WOULD like to see here..remembering that "what you resist persists". Have you seen how lovely the lumber yard looks now that they've moved in?? Hats off to both Molly and Gayle for adding to the beauty that surrounds.
Reginald "Rex" Henderson February 25, 2014 at 06:18 pm
I'm not trying to argue, but I was born in Frisco and raised in Marin. Raised my kids here too. IRead More promise you that back in my day, things were different. And yes, I did take a ride down to the Lumber Yard and you're right - it looks pretty spiffy. So, maybe I was wrong. Glad to admit it.
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