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pc11These wonderfully talented artists have donated artwork for PawCasso 2011. You will have the opportunity to be the lucky owner of one or more of their pieces when you join us this Saturday evening! Tickets are still avaiable at:

Info about all of the artists is available at





Gail Vandervort







Barbara Aigen


Donna Childs

Jennifer S.

Francine D’

Scott Bush

Lisa Neher



Bill Owen Photography

Jacqueline Saunders

Come enjoy the best pizza around at Pet’e’s New Haven Pizza – 4940 Wisconsin Avenue NW DC (Tenleytown) all day and evening and help the homeless animals of HT.

That’s right – all you have to do to help homeless animals is EAT PIZZA! We’ll see you there!


photogJoin professional fine art photographer Bill Owen on April 8 – 10th to have your dog’s photo taken while raising money for Homeward Trails. The three-day photo shoot will take place at Dog Paws University, 940 S. George Mason Dr. Arlington, VA.

You will forever cherish the happy, unique and memorable photos you will get of your favorite four-legged friend.

To make an appointment, contact: Dog Paws University, 703-931-5057.

Cost: $90 which includes two 8×10 glossy loose prints made at the conclusion of session and the best 10 images emailed to you the following week as low-resolution jpeg files

Questions for Bill? Contact him at


Join us TODAY, March 28th at Masala Art for lunch and dinner. A portion of your bill goes directly to Homeward Trails.masalaart

Masala Art Indian Restaurant

Washington, DC

4441 B Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington , DC 20016


cureOn March 10, Homeward Trails volunteers will join Critters for the Cure to honor and support people fighting cancer and the dogs in their lives!

Critters (and Couture) for the Cure is a fashion show held on March 10th, 6:30- 9 p.m. at the Bloomingdales in Chevy Chase, MD. Models and thier dogs will model fashions and raise money for cancer research. Homeward Trails is the official dog handler group for the event!

To learn more about Critters for the Cure and this event, visit


pizzaDine at Aria Pizzeria & Bar on Wednesday, February 23, and they will donate 10% of the proceeds to Homeward Trails Animal Rescue from 2 p.m. to close!

Aria Pizzeria & Bar serves an array of delicious handmade pizzas, panini, salads, wraps and baked penne pasta dishes. Enjoy a great meal and help homeless animals at the same time!

Aria Pizzeria & Bar

1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

Washington, DC 20004


Our friends at Causes have joined Homeward Trails to help us help homeless animals in the name of LOVE! Simply go to to purchase so many lovely gifts, like flowers or chocolate-covered strawberries, and a $10 donation will automatically come to Homeward Trails. And it won’t cost you a penny extra!

What better way to say I LOVE YOU than with flowers AND the gift of life for a homeless animal?



pawcasso11Don’t miss this great dog-friendly event! Join us on Saturday, April 16th at the Washington Post for an evening of local art, music, food and fun.

Enjoy the art of more than 35 local artists, bid on dozens of donated items in our silent auction, enjoy live jazz, food and drink.

And get Fido and Fifi a bath – they are welcome at this year’s extravaganza!

Buy your ticket at

Get Fido in the bathtub because this year he’s invited! That’s right! PawCasso 2011 is dog friendly!

We are currently seeking business sponsors, art donations and silent auction items for PawCasso. If you know someone who might be interested in donating, please pass the info along to them!


You all have been so wonderfully supportive in helping us give the Parvo pups the very best treatment! To date, we have been able to raise 75% of the expenses….so we still need to raise an additional $1,500 to help us get to 90%. We are so appreciative of all the support!!

To date, two of the Retriever pups are finally going home from the vet after a full week of treatment! We are thrilled as it was truly not looking good even 48 hours ago. Thanks to our friends at Palisades Vet for their wonderful care!

Sadly, three more pups remain hospitalized at Burke Animal Hospital, one in grave condition and two others in serious shape. We hold out hope that they will pull through! With your tremendous help, we have been able to keep treating them and did not have to stop treatment prematurely due to cost!


In addition to the traditional treatment our parvo puppies have been receiving at Burke Animal Clinic, Dr. Herrity has recommended two alternative and holistic therapies to help these puppies fight this virus — Cold Laser Therapy and Bicom will help their bodies heal themselves and maximize the benefits of the treatment they’re already receiving.

Cold Laser Therapy uses light frequencies to promote healing by stimulating normal cells, especially intestinal cells, to replicate. Bicom is a therapy based on a science called Bioresonance and the principle that all the cells in our body communicate with each other via electromagnetic signals. Bicom helps fight the virus by stimulating the immune system and by inverting, or canceling out, the Parvo signal. These services are being offered at a substantial discount to make them affordable for the rescue and allow us to take advantage of all options for care to help these puppies get better.

We are thrilled that Dr. Herrity is offering our pups this amazing opportunity at a much discounted cost! Please consider a tax-deductible donation to help us push these last three pups to health and allow us to continue taking in more pups! We need your help to do so!

*****Learn more about these and other alternative therapies and how the doctors at Burke Animal Clinic integrate them with traditional medicine to provide more resources to keep pets healthy and heal pets when they become sick by coming to meet Dr. Herrity at PetMAC in Arlington, on Thursday, 1/27, 7:15 p.m. Learn about alternative therapies such as Stem Cell Therapy for osteoarthritis cases (see news coverage at News Channel 4 Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation; Cold Laser Therapy; and Bicom 2000. These therapies also can provide alternatives to more expensive and invasive treatments.

Bring your pet and a food sample and Dr. Herrity will do a free nutritional test to determine if that food meets your pet’s nutritional needs. RSVP to Cindy at



Sunday, 12/19/10, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

235 Kentlands Blvd
Gaithersburg, MD 20878

30 minute photo session and a 8×10 fine art print for only $49.95 – book a spot now, visit or call the store

–$49.95 for a 30 minute in-store photo session

–receive one included 8×10 loose print at the conclusion of photo session

–add $25 for a 2nd dog

–add $25 for a 2nd 8×10 print

–classic “studio” fine art dog photography (visit

–best 10 images emailed to you as low-resolution jpeg files the following week

–order additional prints the following week at an additional cost–$45 for a 8×10

–Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal check accepted