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Hi friends! Do you think your pet is picture perfect? A Super Model? I know I do! The +HumaneRescue has extended the picture submission deadline to be included in the 2017 HRA Calendar to Sunday, November 13th! Make sure to tell all of your friends who have a pet!

Contact: events@humanerescuealliance.org



A $45 donation guarantees your pet’s photo will be included in the calendar. You will also receive one (1) copy of the calendar mailed to you. Photos in the calendar will be various sizes, but no photo will be less than 1 inch x 1 inch. Twelve lucky photos will be selected as each month’s highlighted photo.

Additional copies of the calendar will be available for a $20 donation once they are produced.

http://www.humanerescuealliance.org/Default.aspx?p=151325&evtid=556404:11/1/2016

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Please #AdoptDontShop and join +washhumane #WARL on Sunday, September 11th from noon-3pm in front of The Brew Shop 2004 Wilson Boulevard for an Arlington Block Party. Between the neighborhoods of Rosslyn and Courthouse, we are hosting #AdoptForceOne WHS-WARL's Mobile Adoption Unit with cats and dogs for you to RESCUE!

MT to The Brew Shop, Olive Oil Boom, XTendBarre Arlington & Bistro 360!
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#WHSWARL   #ProtectWildlife  In this week's Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League #DidYouKnow - the topic is Wildlife. Often when we think about WHS-WARL, dogs & cats come to mind, then other domestic animals. But Did You Know that WHS-WARL ALSO works to protect ALL DC animals, both domestic AND wild?

Anytime you see a wild animal (even bird) in trouble or in a bad situation, you can help protect them.

WHS-WARL believes no animal should suffer, and these conflicts can be easily resolved or all together avoided by following a few simple steps that provide long-term, cost-effective measures without having to resort to lethal means of removing the animals.

Learn more at the link below and contact WHS Wildlife Specialist: wildlife@washhumane.org

For Animal Emergencies, CALL WHS DC Animal Care and Control
202-576-6664

http://support.washhumane.org/site/PageServer?pagename=programs_wildlife

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Chipotle Mexican Grill Fans & Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League / Animal Lovers Unite TOMORROW, Tuesday, August 23rd!!

Chipotle Mexican Grill Fans & Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League / Animal Lovers Unite TOMORROW, Tuesday, August 23rd!!

All Day, Chipotle is donating 50% of sales all day from every DC, Rockville, Silver Spring, and Bethesda location from everyone who comes in with THIS FLYER On your SmartPhone or printed out - but yes, you can show on your SmartPhone (and save a tree).

WHS-WARL is also giving away prizes that day to people who post a picture of themselves eating Chipotle that day and tag @Chipotle and @Wash_Humane. They are giving away a catering for 20 people, dinner for 4, and dinner for 2 from Chipotle.
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#WHSWARL   #FUNDRAISERS   #ANIMALS   #DOG   #DCWALKFORTHEANIMALS   #BARKTOBERFEST   #PETAPALOOZA  
An annual tradition continues as the DC Walk for the Animals takes place on Sunday, September 18th at the Capitol Riverfront. The event includes a one mile walk around the Capitol Riverfront area, admission to Pet-a-palooza and, for the first time, admission to “Barktoberfest” – all to raise money to benefit the 60,000 animals cared for by the Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League.

The entry fee is $35 for walkers, $20 for those under 21, and includes a t-shirt and gift bag and admission to Pet-a-palooza and Barktoberfest. Walkers are encouraged reach out to friends and family to raise at least $125 to help the animals cared for by WHS-WARL (this is a suggested goal; there is not a fundraising requirement for the event).

This year’s DC Walk for the Animals has something for everyone! Come out and participate in the walk, enjoy vendor booths, contests for your dogs, win prizes, music, pet adoptions, kids’ entertainment, and much, much more at Pet-a-Palooza! And, you don't want to miss the delicious food trucks and unlimited beer tastings (for those 21+) at Barktoberfest.

Visit our webpage to register to walk or purchase tickets and for more event information!

More about the event:

The DC Walk for the Animals is a one mile walk around the Capitol Riverfront area to raise money to benefit WHS-WARL and the 60,000 animals we serve each year. Registered walkers will also have access to Pet-A-Palooza and be able to participate in Barktoberfest. Entry fee is $35 for walkers, $20 for those under 21, and includes a t-shirt and gift bag.


Barktoberfest gives beer lovers a chance to bring their four legged friends out for an afternoon, sample craft beers and food trucks. Beer enthusiasts will enjoy sampling a wide variety of unique craft brewed beer and grabbing a bite to eat from local food vendors. Quench your thirst at Barktoberfest! For those that do not participate in the Walk for the Animals, tickets are $35 and include a tasting glass (for those 21+). Tickets for designated drivers and those under 21 are $20.
Participants in both the DC Walk for the Animals and Barktoberfest will have access to Pet-A-Palooza, which includes vendor booths, pet entertainment, contests, pet adoptions, games, kid’s entertainment, live music provided by 94.7 Fresh FM, and much more!

The location for this one-of-a-kind event is the SE Capitol Riverfront at the corner of M St SE & First St SE in D.C. (across from the Navy Yard Metro Station and adjacent to Nats Park). Get your tickets today at www.dclovesdcanimals.org.

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My first Facebook Live video was at the Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League - check it out! I got a tour and the entire time I held a 5 week old puppy!

https://www.facebook.com/pamelaspunch/?fref=ts

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My dear friend +Philippe Cousteau took time out of his expedition to do a Q&A with me for Washington Humane Society / Washington Animal Rescue League. We learn why he chooses to #adoptnotshop  the significance of the #humananimalbond  to him and more! https://www.facebook.com/WashHumane/photos/a.144181579915.108692.142558124915/10154386207984916/?type=3&theater

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ATTENTION PLEASE! CAT AND DOG OVERLOAD AT Washington Humane Society Washington Animal Rescue League!

Adoption fees reduced by 50% this weekend (June 18/19) only.
The Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League (WHS/WARL) announced today that the organization’s two adoption centers and foster homes have an overabundance of dogs and cats of all ages available for adoption. In an effort to encourage pet adoption this weekend, the organization will reduce adoption fees 50% Saturday and Sunday only.
“Our animal population has more than doubled since WHS and WARL came together in February,” said Lauren Lipsey, Director of Rehoming for WHS-WARL. “For the first time since the merger, we are in critical need of adoptive homes so we can continue to provide refuge to the dozens of animals in need who come through our doors each and every day. We have more than 150 animals waiting in our adoption centers and foster homes, ready to go home with their new families, and we encourage people to come and meet them. They get a new home, and the next animal through the door gets their well-deserved chance at adoption too.”

As a combined organization, WHS/WARL serves more than 60,000 animals each year.

Those interested in adopting a dog or cat this weekend should visit one of WHS/WARL’s two adoption centers: 71 Oglethorpe, NW and 1201 New York Avenue, NE. All pets available for adoption from WHS/WARL have been spayed/neutered and microchipped.
NOW is the time!

#AdoptDontShop  
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