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Nationals Pet Calendar Benefits HRA

Go behind the scenes with HRA and see your favorite Washington Nationals players with their family pets and adoptable animals from the Humane Rescue Alliance, in the 2017-2018 Pet Calendar photo shoot. Proceeds from the sale of the calendar benefit the Humane Rescue Alliance.  Very limited quantities remain in the Nationals Team Store only! Read More
at Saturday, July 1, 2017

Keeping Wildlife Safe During the Summer Months

During the summer months, wildlife like squirrels , deer , and o possums are eating, mating, and exploring their environment more than they would be in winter, making human-wildlife contact more likely. Humane Rescue Alliance Wildlife Specialist, Cindy Valasquez, offers some tips to keep the animals safe this summer. 1. N ever feed wildlife Feeding wildlife not only disturbs their natural diet, it decreases their fear of humans, putting everyone... Read More
at Monday, April 17, 2017

We're Expecting, Kittens!

Spring brings more than April showers and May flowers to the Humane Rescue Alliance, it also brings kittens. HRA will have hundreds of kittens come through our doors over the next several months, and we need your help!  Adopt If you’ve been thinking about adding a new member to your family, now is a great time to consider adopting from HRA. Before they head to their forever homes, adoptable animals are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and fully vaccinated. Stephanie... Read More
at Saturday, April 1, 2017

HRA Plays Important Role at Inauguration

Did you know the Humane Rescue Alliance field services team plays an important role on Inauguration Day? Our animal control officers worked closely with the Department of Health’s Animal Services Program to check all documentation, including current health certificates for the more than 200 horses that participated in the inaugural parade. Together, with District veterinarians, the team ensured all horses were healthy and fit to participate. During the inau guration, members of the... Read More
at Saturday, January 21, 2017

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