Pet of the Week: 2022 pets

Pet of the Week is a weekly feature that highlights a pet available for adoption from D.C.’s Humane Rescue Alliance.

Take a look back at the pets of 2021.

Meet Domino! He’s ready to bring constant joy and lots of energy to your life. Domino is a sweet, affectionate nine-month-old puppy that enjoys the company of people and is always up for play time with another active pup.

Domino is a smart dog and is doing well with leash training. Domino would do best in an adults-only home where he can continue to work on training and basic manners. And of course, get lots of cuddles and love. Make a date to meet this darling guy soon.

To learn more and to set up a virtual meet and greet, visit humanerescuealliance.org/adopt.

Meet Goober! This affectionate 11-month-old pup will climb in your lab and cover you in kisses if you let him. Goober is ready to go, go, go. He loves playing tag, chasing toys, and play time with other dogs. He was found in D.C. as a stray before coming to the Humane Rescue Alliance and now he’s ready to meet his match. Could that be you? To learn more and to set up a virtual meet and greet, visit humanerescuealliance.org/adopt.

Meet Bucket! This sweet, 3-year-old boy has come a long way. He was found outside, alone, and fearful. Since he arrived, the Humane Rescue Alliance staff and volunteers have been working hard to build Bucket’s confidence. These days he looks forward to play time and can’t get enough pets and hugs from his new human friends. This big, handsome boy is ready to find a calm home where he can hang out, and enjoy his new family. To learn more or to set up a virtual meet and greet with Bucket, visit humanerescuealliance.org/adopt.

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