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Block Party Planned for Pet Lovers in Alexandria - Source Patch
Apr 19,2017

Mayor Allison Silberberg and the Alexandria City Council have named Sunday, April 23 as Alexandria Love Your Pet Day, and the dog-friendly town will be holding a block party to celebrate.

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DC Eagle Cam's Adorable Baby Eaglets Need Names
Apr 14,2017

For the past two weeks, two fuzzy little eaglets have spent their days sitting high on top of a Tulip Poplar Tree at the U.S. National Arboretum, eating fresh fish from the Anacostia River and snuggling with their parents.


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Missing Pets in the Alexandria Area - Source Patch
Apr 12,2017

Today is National Pet Day, a time to celebrate the furry friends in your life. But while today is just another day to cherish with your animal companion

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2012: Ellen Jefferson advocating for animals - Source Austin American Statesman
Apr 05,2017

We repost this 2012 profile of Ellen Jefferson just in time for the Austin Pets Alive benefit, Tailwaggers, on April 7.


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D.C. adopt a pet - Bridget - Source Washington post
Mar 30,2017

Bridget, a 10-month-old spayed dog, is available for adoption through the Humane Rescue Alliance.

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Surprise Late-Winter Visitors at Riverbend Park - Source Connection news papers
Mar 28,2017

Forty-eight elegant and picturesque Tundra Swans swimming peacefully in the Potomac River, occasionally extending their long necks down to feed on some aquatic vegetation

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Dogs Deserve Better: Help Save Sophie - Source Patch
Mar 23,2017

Sophie is a resilient and sassy pup who beat the odds to find her way to safety. A year prior to coming into the rescue, Dogs Deserve Better of Northern Virginia (DDB) helped save

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DC's Badass Rescue Dogs Will Save You Anywhere, Anytime - Source Washingtonian
Mar 21,2017

In 1985, an earthquake struck Mexico City. It registered 8.1 on the Richter scale and killed at least 5,000 people. But one of its less dramatic effects lives on 32 years later in Washington




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