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Dog Boarding In Washington, D. C.
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Book with Rover and Donate to a Local Nonprofit
Rover's Sit a Dog, Save a Life program ets you raise money for local dogs-in-need by doing something you do already: asking your neighbors to watch your dog instead of leaving them in a kennel. Many Rover sitters in Seattle donate a percentage of their earnings to nonprofits through Sit a Dog, Save a Life. When you book with a sitter who has the Rover Donation Badge on their profile, you're helping dogs in need, right here in Seattle.
The Humane Society of Warren County
The Humane Society of Warren County is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing compassionate care to abandoned, abused, homeless and neglected animals in this community. They aim to educate pet owners on the importance of vaccinations and population control and to place adoptable pets in loving homes.
In late 2011, the Humane Society of Warren County began an aggressive campaign to increase adoptions and decrease the rate of unnecessary euthanasia. By the end of 2012, the animal shelter achieved no-kill status in the dog department for the first time in shelter history, with a 92% live release rate. At the same time, cat adoptions increased over 70%. Today, those saving efforts continue. In 2015, HSWC expects to adopt out over 1,000 animals and save over 90% of those the animals entrusted to their care. They are very grateful for their progress and for community support.
Lucky Dog Animal Rescue
The Lucky Dog Animal Rescue (Washington, D.C.) is an all-volunteer, non-profit animal rescue organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless animals and educating the community on responsible pet ownership. Lucky Dog does not have its own facility. Instead, their dogs stay with temporary fosters (and occasionally boarding partners) while they wait to find their forever home. They hold adoption events each week where you can see the Lucky Dogs strut their stuff, and we also arrange private meetings for adopters who fall in love with a pup’s internet photo.
Old Dominion Boston Terrier Rescue
ODBTR is a small foster based rescue covering VA, Northeastern NC, MD,DE and DC. They are a dedicated group of Boston lovers whose main goal is to save as many Boston Terriers from shelters and owners who can no longer care for their Boston's. They will help any Boston Terrier, any age, health issue and behavior issue that needs them. They are as holistic as possible in their care of Boston's combining traditional veterinary care and holistic philosophies.
The PetConnect Rescue was founded in 2005, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, and has evolved into a vibrant animal rescue organization. Their mission is to save the lives of abandoned dogs and cats and place them in loving and permanent homes. Each day, they respond to desperate email and phone pleas to rescue dogs and cats imminently slated for euthanasia. They pull these animals into rescue from over-extended shelters between Maryland and Georgia. PetConnect Rescue is a non breed-specific organization and they are committed to stepping forward whenever we can and wherever there is the greatest need. They are a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
SPCA of Anne Arundel County
The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in Anne Arundel County. They provide shelter and humane care for homeless animals in need and work as advocates for animal welfare in our community.
At the SPCA, there is no time limit placed on how long an animal is available for adoption. They embrace animals in need - regardless of age, breed, or physical condition - and provide them with the care they deserve for as long as it takes us to find them a home. As a result of our efforts in 2014, they achieved a record high life-saving rate of 98 percent - one of the highest in this country - a remarkable achievement as they accept animals others turn away.
More on Washington D.C.Washington D.C., home of the nation's head dog, is also home to some of the nation's chief dog lovers. Case in point: Fido isn't just allowed, but welcome to explore the National Mall and walk laps around the Reflecting Pool. Though this is a leash-required area, the photo opportunities are incredible.
Of course, some dog parents prefer a more rustic environment. Well, D.C. has that too! Travel few miles north to Rock Creek Park and discover a national playground with plenty of trails and smells for your dog to enjoy.
Whether traveling for a long weekend or an epic campaign, dog owners in Washington, D.C. can travel comfortably knowing all Rover dog boarding, dog sitting, and dog walking services are covered by Premium Insurance. Because your dog deserves nothing but the best, most-loving care while you're away.