Piper Hedrick leans in for a smooch with popular pooch Katy. Her father, Colin, holds his 3-year-old daughter as she greets the dog. (Maria Matson / Whidbey News-Times)

Piper Hedrick leans in for a smooch with popular pooch Katy. Her father, Colin, holds his 3-year-old daughter as she greets the dog. (Maria Matson / Whidbey News-Times)

Katy’s a popular pooch at Oak Harbor Starbucks

People who regularly visit the store are familiar with Katy and her owner.

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