Flick is a golden retriever mix, and he’s about five years old, which means that he’s well past the crazy puppy stage but has many years ahead of him. Flick is wonderful with other dogs, cats, and children, including toddlers and babies. He is housebroken and he’s even passed his AKC Good Canine Citizen exam. He also loves to snuggle. You can meet him through K-9 Lifesavers.
Liza is a four-year-old, 50-pound American Staffordshire terrier-mix. She’s playful, affectionate, and well behaved. You can meet her at the Washington Humane Society’s New York Avenue adoption center.
Even Steven is a two-year-old pointer-mix. He’s medium-sized and friendly to everyone. He’s past the annoying puppy stage but still has lots of energy. He loves a good game of fetch or a nice long walk, but then just wants to lean up against you and show his affection. Stop by the Washington Animal Rescue League to meet him.
Umizoomi is a two-and-half-year-old, small pit bull terrier mix with lots of energy. She likes nothing more than to zoom around one of the Washington Animal Rescue League’s dog parks for the sheer joy of it. That’s not to say she doesn’t enjoy a little quiet time too. After a play session, this exuberant girl is happy to just chill by herself or with a human companion, sitting in your lap or leaning against you. Umizoomi isn’t a big fan of other dogs and is looking for a home where she can be the only canine companion. Meet her at the Washington Animal Rescue League.