Albany Distribution Centers
Albany Bed ‘n’ Beauty
Albany Animal Hospital
Albany Post Office
Best Western Motel – Prairie Inn
Coastal Farm & Ranch
Linn County Fairgrounds
Two Rivers Market
Eastgate Vet Clinic
Willamette Vet Hospital
Oregon Coast Stands
Central Coast Spay and Neuter
Grove Vet Clinic
Salty Dog Lounge
Pathways Pet Memorial
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The Dog Gone News has loyal advertisers that return to the publication month after month because the low cost ads appeal to pet lovers.
Dog Gone News, mid-valley’s only pet publication, delights pet lovers with FREE information and resources to allow them to pamper their pets.
With a distribution of 1200 the Dog Gone News features include informative articles, heartwarming stories, events, pets for adoption, non-profits serving pets, issues facing our pets, and much more.
Pets include, but not limited to, dogs, cats, birds, fish, horses, rabbits, goats, chickens, rats, snakes, hamsters, iquana, ducks, ferrets, and guinea pigs.
The articles are written by a multitude of people with expertise in pet care.
Dog Gone News is FREE distribution to the readers in Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties and is available at newsstands and advertisers locations.
Margaret L. Ingram’s publishing career began with Oregon Senior News in 1983. Her efforts continue with Scio Community News, Good MorningNews, Heritage Writer, and Best of Times. “Pet Corner” in Best of Times became Dog Gone News in October 2010. Margaret graduated from L.B.C.C in 1977. Worked for a weekly and monthly publication prior to her own ventures beginning in 1983. Moved from Corvallis, OR to NE Albany, OR in 1980, where she currently lives.