Monday, June 27, 2022

Bluewater Boathouse Hands Out Doggie Bags

 

Sarah Richie-Holder, a longtime Coronado resident, is seen here with her dog Macky, at Coronado's Central Beach, showing off their Bluewater Boathouse doggie bag.
Sarah Richie-Holder, a longtime Coronado resident, is seen here with her dog Macky, at Coronado’s Central Beach, showing off their Bluewater Boathouse doggie bag.

In the wake of a recent promotion, Bluewater Boathouse has a supply of homemade doggie bones. They’ve packaged them, two to a baggie, and are passing them out as gifts to dog walkers at Shipwreck Beach and Central Beach while the supply lasts.

Bluewater Boathouse has created an entire menu around their doggie customers. The restaurant is dog friendly on both outdoor patios (which are weatherproofed for comfort).

These tiny doggie bags were left over from a recent promotion. Bluewater Boathouse staff are handing them out along Shipwreck and Center Beach while the supply lasts.
These tiny doggie bags were left over from a recent promotion. Bluewater Boathouse staff are handing them out along Shipwreck and Central Beach while the supply lasts, to help bring attention to the restaurant’s special doggie menu and dog-friendly dining.

These particular treats are homemade “Bark” treats of rolled oats, peanut butter, panko and honey. Dogs love them. Every doggie customer to the restaurant gets one as a free appetizer.

The doggie menu at Bluewater Boathouse contains numerous items for your pet, such as the Water Dog (tuna), the Bird Dog (chicken), and the Cow Hound’s Meat ‘Roaff’ (ground beef and crumbled milk bone). All items are served with steamed green rice and raw vegetables.

Osha, a 70-lb German Shepherd, ate everything but the Boathouse sticker in her bag.
Osha, a 70-lb German Shepherd, ate everything but the Boathouse sticker in her bag.

The Bluewater Boathouse dog menu has received the PAW(S) of approval, an endorsement from the Coronado chapter of PAWS.

Quote of the day: “Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a dog it’s too dark to read.”

— Groucho Marx

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Joe Ditler
Joe Ditler
Joe Ditler is a professional writer, publicist and Coronado historian. Formerly a writer with the Los Angeles Times, he has been published in magazines and newspapers throughout North America and Europe. He also owns Part-Time PR (a subsidiary of Schooner or Later Promotions), specializing in helping Coronado businesses reach larger audiences with well-placed public relations throughout the greater San Diego County. He writes obituaries and living-obituaries under the cover "Coronado Storyteller." To find out more, write or call [email protected], or (619) 742-1034.
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