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Abandoned dog has new life at Kirkland's Woodmark Hotel

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Last fall I wrote about the retirement of Woody, the resident labradoodle and Director of Guest Satisfaction at Kirkland's upscale (and dog friendly) Woodmark Hotel. Woody Mae greets all of the Woodmark's guests with a smile. Credit: Woodmark Hotel Facebook page.

Well, there's a new dog in town.

Earlier this week at the Woodmark my wife met Woody Mae, a gorgeous black labrador retriever found tied to a guardrail in Puyallup last fall next to a sign saying, "I can't feed this dog."

Fortunately, she was taken the to KnK Rescue Foundation where she was adopted by the Woodmark's General Manager John Murphy.

Woody Mae makes her rounds. Credit: Woodmark Hotel Facebook page.Now Woody Mae not only accompanies John to the Woodmark everyday, but she also has her own title - Woodmark's "Director of Barketing."

Woody Mae is responsible for "developing and implementing the Barketing plan and overseeing the Barketing Department to create an even more dog-friendly atmosphere at our luxury hotel near Seattle."

You can find her hanging out at the front desk greeting guests to the hotel, and she'll host Woodmark's Yappier Hour every Wednesday from June - September.

Congratulations on your new gig, Woody Mae! Hopefully you'll inspire other people to adopt a rescue dog.

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