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The Weekly Wag
Our weekly roundup of events worth barking about. By Gwendolyn Purdom
Comments () | Published March 16, 2010
Thursday, March 18
The Washington Humane Society hosts the Meow Mixer, a cat-adoption event, at its Behavior & Learning Center (7315 Georgia Ave., NW). 7 to 9 PM.

Saturday, March 20
Talk about downward dog. Tranquil Space Yoga (1632 17th St., NW) teams up with the Washington Humane Society for a dog-and-cat-adoption event from noon to 2:30.

The Big Bad Woof (117 Carroll St., NW) hosts the DC animal trainer Laura Costas for an informal positive-reinforcement training seminar. Costas focuses on basic training and specific behavior issues. 11 to 2.

The rescue group K-9 Lifesavers is at Chateaux-Animaux’s DC location (524 Eighth St., SE) from noon to 3 with dogs in need of new homes.

Ask the expert at Chateaux-Animaux (524 Eighth St., SE) when pet coach Bonny King-Taylor offers a free Q&A session, Tea With the Doggy Lama. Any dog-care or training question is welcome. The event starts at 4.

Sunday, March 21, 2010
Capital Cats sets up camp at Chateaux-Animaux (524 Eighth St., SE) from noon to 3.  

Homeward Trails hosts a dog-adoption event from noon to 2 at Dog Paws ’n Cat Claws University (940 S. George Mason Dr., Arlington; 703-931-5057).

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