Melissa Schaffer

25 Jul 2014

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Koa the Explorer

Koa doesn’t understand why he’s been waiting such a long time for a home of his own. Luckily, he’s had a loving foster mom to take care of him in the meantime. Hill resident Rebecca Mondics saw a photo of Koa on Facebook and immediately knew she had to help save him. Rebecca says, “I’ve loved […]

06 Jun 2014

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Ralphie

Ralphie looks pretty comfy at his foster home on the Hill, but he’d like a place he can call home forever. Ralphie is doing great with house and crate training and gets along well with cats and other dogs. He is a shy boy and would prefer a home without children because they make him nervous. […]

15 May 2014

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Nash

  It’s a long drive from South Carolina to DC. And Nash isn’t sure what to expect when he arrives. Do you have room in your home for him? Even if you’re not ready to adopt, you can help Nash by letting him crash with you until he finds his forever family. Nash is a seven month […]

24 Apr 2014

Meet the Salgado Family: Finding a Temporary Home on the Hill for Pets in Need

Chewed sandals. A pit bull-boxer mix who thinks she’s a lapdog. A chi-weenie who thinks he’s a bunny. No space for humans on the sofa. These things are routine in the Salgado household, and they would not have it any other way. Cathy and Bruce Salgado have been foster parents with Rural Dog Rescue for about a […]

11 Apr 2014

Adoptable Pet of the Week: Fran

Have you ever seen such an adorable underbite? Fran is a one-year-old, 35-pound, whippet/shepherd mix looking for a place to call home through City Dogs Rescue. Fran loves her people, though she can be a bit shy with strangers at first. She loves other dogs and is cat friendly. Fran is a sweet and loyal companion. She […]

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