WASHINGTON — Meet Sticky Wicket, an adorable puggle.
This 7-month-old little boy is one of 20 dogs who arrived at the Washington Animal Rescue League recently after being rescued from a Tennessee puppy mill by the Humane Society of the United States.
Like Sticky Wicket, most of the dogs are pug-beagle mixes — some with other breeds thrown in as part of the breeder’s efforts to create unique “designer dogs.”
Sticky Wicket is sweet and social, and enjoys nothing better than to curl up in your lap for a cuddle. Some of his companions are more timid, but with love, patience and time, should blossom into wonderful canine companions who will be forever grateful for their new lease on life.
About WARL: Founded in 1914, the Washington Animal Rescue League is the oldest animal shelter in Washington D.C. Its mission includes rescuing, rehabilitating and finding homes for animals who have no where else to go. The League also supports animals through affordable veterinary care, community outreach and education. Learn more about the Washington Animal Rescue League at www.warl.org.
71 Industrial Park Dr. PO Box 1015 Waldorf, Md. 20604
Humane Society of Charles County offers a low cost spay/neuter program to the public. Please call or visit our website for more information. The shelter is also looking for more foster parents to help its animals.