Where are they now? 2017’s Pets of the Week

WASHINGTON — It was another great year for WTOP’s Pet of the Week segment.

In 2017, dozens of animals from the Humane Rescue Alliance were featured on-air and online, in hopes of finding a forever home.

Here’s a look back at our featured four-legged pals and where they are now. For more information on animals up for adoption, visit the alliance’s website.

Fabian Someone heard about the 10-year-old silky terrier on WTOP and adopted him that same day. He’s now enjoying life in the District. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Dory Deaf but very sweet, this girl now resides in Montgomery County, Maryland. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Storm This 11-year-old Rottweiler mix now lives in rural Virginia. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Rosay This 4-year-old pit mix is now living it up in Montgomery County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Ruckus Adopted by a WTOP staffer, Ruckus, an 8-year-old beagle, lives up to his name in Alexandria, Virginia. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Dixie This 4-year-old hound mix now resides in Prince George’s County, Maryland. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Caesar This large 4-year-old Rottweiler now lives in Prince William County, Virginia. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Pet of the Week: Paige, a two-year-old bull dog mix who's a real cutie pie. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Paige This adorable 2-year-old bulldog mix now has a D.C. address. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) ((Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Meet Chickey!  This beautiful 1 ½ year old is not a chicken.  She’s a sweet boxer/American bulldog mix. (Courtesy Human Rescue Alliance)
Chickey This boxer/American bulldog mix now lives in Prince George’s County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance) (Courtesy Human Rescue Alliancew{)
Dingo This youngster, who had bounced around a bit, now has a forever home in Prince George’s County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Julep This social media darling now lives a pampered existence in D.C. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Talleyrand This kitten was paralyzed when she arrived at the alliance. She now walks (and even runs) thanks to acupuncture, and lives with a veterinary technician in Arlington, Virginia. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Summer This transplant from Alabama now lives it up in Howard County, Maryland. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Kash This wiggly, loving pit bull mix now resides in the District. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Dena This forgiving pup was in pretty bad shape when she came to the alliance. She now lives in Fairfax County, Virginia. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Odysseus His sad journey began when his ex-owner brought him to the alliance on Valentine’s Day. But there’s a happy ending: He now has a D.C. address. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Walnut This shy girl now calls D.C. home. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Dulce Formerly from Puerto Rico, this 3-year-old is now living in Montgomery County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Watson This pup now sniffs around Montgomery County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Peak This laid-back native of Alabama now has a home in Loudoun County, Virginia. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Kenny Another native of Alabama, this pup now has an address in Fairfax County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Rumple This 8-year-old, who arrived with an overgrown and matted coat, now lives in Baltimore. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Colby The 1-year-old boy now lives in Prince George’s County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Rusty This energetic, friendly 10-year-old now lives in the District. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Nova She was found as a stray with an untreated, badly broken leg that required amputation. But she now lives a comfortable life as a “tri-pawd” in Montgomery County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Kobe This goofy 1-year-old now lives in Prince George’s County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Wiggly A happy and energetic gal, Wiggly’s name got changed to Cora — and she was adopted! (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
T-Bird A former stray, this active 7-year-old now lives in D.C. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Roxanne This tiny 8-year-old is now getting pampered in Howard County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Dace This little 8-year-old now lives in Montgomery County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Lady This sweet, friendly 13-year-old is currently in a foster home, still hoping to be adopted. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Tank This lovable, high-energy guy now resides in Prince George’s County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Roxana This low-maintenance 10-year-old now calls Fairfax County home. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Sparklie This cuddly lady was adopted the day after she visited WTOP and now lives in Fairfax County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Deebo This very sweet 5-year-old was transferred to River City Bulldog Rescue. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Marzipan The 2-year-old “cuddlebug” now lives in Prince George’s County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Tessa The 10-year-old beagle mix, who had been a stray, is currently in a foster home while she waits for adoption. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Busy This wise senior was adopted one day after visiting WTOP. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Banjo This sweet 8-month-old goofball is still waiting for his forever home. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Poochie This loving 8-year-old was adopted one day after visiting WTOP. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Claire This sweet, gentle mother, who nursed nine puppies while at the alliance, is still waiting for her own happily ever after. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Man Man This distinguished bachelor now lives in D.C. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Prince This large-but-gentle 8-year-old is still waiting for true love. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Bubbles This older gentleman was adopted two days after visiting WTOP and now lives in Montgomery County. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Musa An 8-year-old who survived Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, she now lives in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Bruno This kind little fella is still waiting for his forever home. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Nino This sweetheart of a 5-year-old is still waiting for his forever home as well. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
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Pet of the Week: Paige, a two-year-old bull dog mix who's a real cutie pie. (Courtesy Humane Rescue Alliance)
Meet Chickey!  This beautiful 1 ½ year old is not a chicken.  She’s a sweet boxer/American bulldog mix. (Courtesy Human Rescue Alliance)


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