Frequently Asked Questions:

 

What is The Flagstaff/Sedona Dog?
The Flagstaff/Sedona Dog is a bi-monthly tabloid sized magazine. Printed in full color, the magazine covers area pets, their pet parents and the rescue organizations that save and rehome area pets in need.

Where can I find the magazine?
The Flagstaff/Sedona Dog is distributed free at select locations throughout the Flagstaff, Sedona and the Verde Valley. High traffic locations; book stores, cafes, libraries, restaurants, veterinary offices, and so many more. Log onto flagstaffsedonadog.com for a complete list with Google locator.

How often does the magazine come out?
The Flagstaff/Sedona Dog is a bi-monthly publication. New editions are delivered on or before the 1st of the publication month. Dec, Feb, April, June, Aug and Oct .

How do I advertise?
Click the advertising link on this page. The link will take you to our media kit and there you can send us an email. The mechanical specification are there too!

How can I write for Flagstaff/Sedona Dog?
Flagstaff Sedona Dog encourages freelance queries from writers. We pay contributors upon publication.

Who owns Flagstaff/Sedona Dog?
Flagstaff/Sedona Dog is solely owned by Red Dog Publishing, LLC. An Arizona company responsible for the publication of The Prescott Dog, The Flagstaff/Sedona Dog and Kidz Zone Magazine.

 

Red Dog Publishing works to create a non-bias, non-political platform to achieve a consistent dialogue between area rescue and animal welfare organizations and our loyal readership of active animal lovers. We work to establish, enrich and preserve the Human/Animal bond.

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We are happy to introduce you to this week’s featured local animal rescue organization, Golden Bone Rescue Rehab!

“Golden Bone Rescue and Rehab is dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating abandoned, neglected and abused animals and thoughtfully placing them in safe and loving foster and permanent homes. We are also committed to helping animals stay in their homes through life-saving medical assistance and behavioral training programs, which ultimately eases needless suffering in our animal community.”

To learn more about Golden Bone Rescue Rehab, visit them online at: www.goldenbonerescue.org

Thank you co-founder and Treasuer, Angela Windolph, Dr. Cinda and the volunteers at Golden Bone for your dedication to treating and caring for local animals. Check out some of the photos below featuring Dr. Cinda and Angela and the many pups that have been served by this wonderful team!
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