Pets of Binyon

The Binyon team is so animal crazy- we decided to give our pets their own website!

Don Julio Hair-Monster

Meet Don Julio Hair-Monster. Julio was born on the mean streets of Omak Washington in September of 2020, and was rescued by the N.O.A.H. pet rescue and adoption facility in Stanwood Washington (Binyon Vision Center is proud to donate annually to this wonderful facility).
Dr. LeClaire, and her partner Jeremiah, found Julio through the internet in November of 2020. Upon seeing him, they hoped he would be a perfect fit in their lives. Jeremiah drove down and met this little one pound eleven ounce fluff, and instantly knew he was the one.
Julio is somewhat shy around strangers (one of his nicknames is Chicken Baby), but once he’s comfortable his personality is huge! Julio is a total cuddle-monster, loves playing hide and seek, and is a professional foot attacker when he sees stocking feet.
JoJo Cochran-Johnson

JoJo is a one-year-old pup who loves to go on long walks in the sun by the bay. He is full of energy and knows how to get his way! During winter you can find him under every blanket in the Cochran -Johnson household, during spring and summer he’s basking in the sun in front of the windows making sure the house is safe from passersby. Come autumn you can find JoJo at Gordon’s Farms Pumpkin patch enjoying the flannel life. We are lucky to have him and relish every moment with this cute little CHI-Toy Fox Terrier mix!

Hashbrown is a 2 year old Orange Tabby cat owned by David, an Optician Apprentice at Binyon Vision Center. Hashbrown was named after hashbrown patties due to his natural grill marks. He is an indoor cat with tremendous leaping ability.  Hashbrown’s favorite activities are staring at running water and eating David’s house plants. His favorite toy is a stuffed fish. He meows loudly to get the things he wants out of life, and encourages you to do the same.

Each month we donate a portion of our profits to a local charity (see more information on our Community Involvement page). In August our non-profit is the NOAH Center in Stanwood – an animal rescue center near to our hearts!