Washington Humane Society – Walk for the Animals

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Some of my staff attended this year’s Walk for the Animals, an annual dog walk hosted by the Washington Humane Society. The walk encourages DC-area dog owners to take their dog (and themselves) for a stroll around one of DC’s neighborhoods to help raise awareness for the Humane Society.

With the weather in the low 90s on Saturday, I’m sure there was quite a bit of panting and lapping up water! Still, there were (doggie) rewards: vendor handouts such as ice cream and baked goods made especially for our four-legged friends.

Project Manager Daniel Blair, Lisa LaFontaine of the Washington Humane Society, and Ellie Jester (plus Frida, Heine, and Happy)

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3 responses to “Washington Humane Society – Walk for the Animals”

  1. virginia says:

    have you really taken a look at what HSUS really does ??? Would have been much better for them to donate their half back to your local humane society where the money would actually be used to help animals. Not pay huge payrolls, massive lobbying, pensions, fight agriculture, research, hunting, and entertainment.

  2. Regan H says:

    Good coment Virginia, that’s the way it is.

  3. Bec says:

    The H$U$ is the richest charity organization, with the LOWEST charity rating! Only .5% of their budget goes to the pets! That’s under $900,000/year! That isn’t enough to operate one small shelter! H$U$ does nothing to support animals, afterall, they just took 50% from the animals in DC to fund their own attorneys, lobbyists, and schemes!

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