Pet of the Week is a weekly feature that highlights a pet available for adoption from the Washington Animal Rescue League.
Meet this week’s Pet of the Week: Martha May is a hound/shepherd mix, with eyes that are oh-so-soulful. She has an adorable, pleading face that is so hard to resist.
WASHINGTON — Belly Flop is a 1-year-old retriever/terrier mix who loves an adventure. He’s a friendly boy and is very good with the other dogs he’s met at the shelter. Belly Flop would love a home…
WASHINGTON — The stories are rare, but heartbreaking — animals who go for a pet grooming to get spiffy, but end up injured, or worse. “People certainly put a lot of trust into their groomers,”…
WTOP Living is partnering with the Washington Animal Rescue League to
feature a Pet of the Week available for adoption.
In a Frederick, Md., cemetery, you can be buried with your whole family.
Ironman, a 1-year-old domestic shorthair tabby, is looking for a home.
This 7-year-old Shih Tzu mix was found as a stray, suffering from a burn wound on his back. Despite being in considerable pain, this brave little guy was the model patient and is now looking for a home.
Those who have ever lost a pet know a missing four-legged family member can cause great heartache. But now, there\’s an app for that.
Bambi is a pretty 4-year-old Labrador retriever mix. True to her breed, she loves to chase and retrieve tennis balls and will drop the ball right at your feet on command, waiting eagerly for you to throw it again.
Meet Coffee Bean, a beautiful 2.5-year-old tortoiseshell (\”tortie\”) cat. She is happy, playful and loves the company of humans.
What can you do to protect your pet if it escapes the confines of your home? Dr. Katy Nelson offers some tips.
How many pets are too many? In Alexandria, there\’s a legal limit to the number of pets residents can have.