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D.C. adopt a pet - Kenny - Source Washington post
Jun 08,2017

Kenny, a 10-month-old neutered dog, is available for adoption through the Humane Rescue Alliance. The Humane Rescue Alliance’s two adoption centers, at 1201 New York Ave. NE and 71 Oglethorpe St. NW

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Bear Sightings Reported - Source Connection news papers
May 31,2017

Police were notified of a bear sighting in the Greenbriar subdivision last weekend, in the Birch Pond community, near Rocky Run Stream Valley Park.


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Who's a Good Boy in Arlington? - Source Connection news papers
May 16,2017

A little rain didn’t keep hundreds of dogs from pouring into Shirlington’s streets. On May 6, a Walk for the Animals fundraiser hosted by the Animal Welfare League of Arlington

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Fur-friendly Fun at Reston Town Center - Source Connection news papers
May 16,2017

For dog and cat lovers of all ages, nothing much could have topped the 17th Annual Pet Fiesta held Saturday, May 6, at Reston Town Center. The outdoor festival featured commercial


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There Is a Bear in a Tree - Source Washingtonian
May 02,2017

There was a bear in a tree in Roanoke, Virginia, Monday. Efforts to tranquilize the bear were eventually successful, and, after a three-hour standoff, firefighters were able to nudge the sedated

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Pets in danger from opioid crisis
Apr 28,2017

Our pets are all about unconditional love. But the drug epidemic is putting them in danger. Some people are purposefully injuring their animals for their next drug fix. Heather Pereira, of Kentucky, was arrested

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Baby bald eagle born in Southwest D.C. is called 'Spirit' - Source Washington post
Apr 26,2017

Names were announced here Tuesday for a baby bald eagle and five other rcently born animals, all living in the Washington region and all members of species whose survival remains a matter of concern.

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Want to Adopt a Pet? Try Fostering First. - Source Washingtonian
Apr 25,2017

It's cherry-blossom season, baseball season—and also stray season. Most local animal groups don’t have large-enough shelters—or any shelter at all—so they depend on a network of private




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