Arlington Pet of the Week: Bean

Arlington’s newest Pet of the Week is Bean, a friendly puppy who is still relatively new to the area and is looking to make even more friends.

Here’s how Bean spent his first summer in Arlington:

Hi Arlingtonians! My name is Bean, and I’m new to the world and to the area. I’m only 4 months old, and in the short month I’ve been in Arlington (no pun intended) I’ve already made friends with the front desk staff at Tellus, the Arlington police force and most of the other pups that live in the area.

My favorite weekend activities are meeting people in the Arlington Farmer’s Market line on my way to get a Puppuccino from Starbucks and visiting the Shirlington dog park to play with my best friend Callie (pictured) and the other big dogs. I also enjoy taking a very long and strenuous walk to Brooklyn Bagel, and my humans hope that once I’m full grown they won’t have to pick me up and carry me back home.

If you see me outdoor dining in Clarendon, grabbing coffee at Northside Social or just laying in the middle of the sidewalk because it is too hot, please stop and say hi (socially distanced of course)!

Want your pet to be considered for the Arlington Pet of the Week? Email [email protected] with a 2-3 paragraph bio and at least 3-4 horizontally-oriented photos of your pet. Please don’t send vertical photos — they don’t fit in our photo galleries!

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