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dogfish Dogfish Head Alehouse in Falls Church, VA will be hosting a fundraiser for Homeward Trails Animal Rescue on July 14th where a percentage of their sales for the day will be donated to the Rescue.  There is no flyer to print or secret handshake to remember, just come and enjoy!

There will be a silent auction and live music so come join us for a great day of fun!

 

Dogfish Head Ale House
6220 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA, 22044
11:30 AM – 11:00 PM

http://www.dogfishalehouse.com/locations/dfha-falls-church

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Join Homeward Trails Animal Rescue as we celebrate the LGBTA community and their furry friends.

Walk with Homeward Trails in the 40th Annual Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, June 13th at 4:00 pm, at 22nd & Q Streets, NW, Washington, DC.  In honor of the parade’s 40th anniversary this year, the theme is “Flashback.” HT will be flashing back to the cinematic classic “The Wizard of Oz”—because there’s no place like Home(ward  Trails)!  Feel free to dress up as a Wizard of Oz character or with most inspired Oz-themed accessories and bring your two and four legged friends for a great time! We’ll have a trailer for the dogs to ride, some accessories for dogs and humans and great giveaways for the crowd!

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One Sunday, June 14  from noon – 7 PM visit the Homeward Trails booth at the Capital Pride Festival. The Festival takes place on Pennsylvania Ave., NW, between 3rd and 7th Sts., NW, Washington, DC The Festival is DC’s largest annual one-day event with over 150,000 visitors, almost 300 sponsor & vendor exhibits, three stages, two beverage gardens, a family area, Taste AT Pride, Art in Pride and numerous food vendors offering a huge selection of various cuisines.

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Come fall in love with some adorable, adoptable Homeward Trails dogs and cats at the Brown’s Manassas Subaru Adopt With Love Event on Saturday, June 13.  Bring your friends, family and dogs for a day of wagging tails, food, drinks, music, prizes and more!

Saturday, June 13th 10 AM – 3 PM

Brown’s Manassas Subaru

9018 Liberia Avenue, Manassas, VA 20110

703.361.5866

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Other participating rescues:

Homeless Animals Rescue Team (HART): http://www.hart90.org/

Terabithia Animal Advocacy Group, Inc (TAAG): http://taagpaws.org/

PAWS for Seniors: http://pawsforseniors.org/

Ambassador Pit Bull Alliance (APBA): http://www.ambassadorpitbulls.org/

Join us this Saturday for the Fit & Furry Finale! This awesome event takes place this Saturday, May 30 from 4-6 pm at
Samuel Beckett’s Irish Gastro Pub
The Village at Shirlington
2800 S Randolph Street
Arlington, VA 22206

It’s dog-friendly and we’ll have drink and food specials, raffle prizes and last minute voting for the Fit & Furry contestants.

Please join us and please consider voting and donating this week as we get near the end of this great contest!!! Funds raised support both Homeward Trails and the Arlington Free Clinic!

After a long work week come laugh with us and support a great cause – the animals of HT!
Friday, June 5, 2015 at 9:00 PM (please note the new show time)
Workhouse Arts Center
9601 Ox Rd.
Lorton, VA 22079
Tickets are $30 and the show is 18+

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets

 

 

What’s cuter than animals and their humans? Nothing! And what better cause than healthy animals and humans? Nothing!
The Fit & Furry Photo Contest is a month-long, online contest featuring 20 amazing animals and their people, all raising funds for Homeward Trails and the Arlington Free Clinic.
Please check out the contest, vote and donate today to help us reach our goal of raising $20,000 this month.
And put May 30th from 4 pm – 6 pm on your calendar for the contest wrap-up party, scheduled at Sam Beckett’s Irish Pub in Shirlington! We’ll be taking final votes, awarding the winner and you can enjoy food and drink specials, music and a fun with fido!Spread the word…this is a new, fun way to support both these great causes and see some amazing animals with great stories!

Known on Capitol Hill as one of the best places to walk your dog, Congressional Cemetery typically only allows dog-walking privileges to members of the K9 Corps. However, Day of the Dog opens the cemetery to the public and their leashed pups, which is a special opportunity for dog lovers to experience this historic site along with local pet vendors and services. Come enjoy sharing the day with many local vendors, over 1,000 people and their dogs, a raffle, adoptions from local rescue groups, craft beers from local brewing companies, and a variety of activities, games and demonstrations for dogs.

Homeward Trails will be represented and in attendance with some adoptable dogs!  Could one of the dogs coming to this event be the right dog for you?  Come check it out and find out!

 

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This outdoor festival brings together local businesses, animal rescue groups and pet owners for an exciting day of activities, demonstrations and animals galore. Meet wonderful animals looking for their forever homes and check out the latest in pet products. Enjoy onstage entertainment, face painting and caricature artists. Gather the kids and join us for a day of pets and fun for the whole family! Come join Homeward Trails in the festivities!

Join us for a very special Cinco de Mayo themed cat and dog adoption event at Pompanoosuc Mills on Sunday, May 3.  Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your new best friend!

Sunday May 3rd, 12-3 pm
Pompanoosuc Mills
795 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

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Come out on Sunday, April 19 to meet some great HT pups and watch the George Washington Colonials  baseball team at Bark at Barcroft, a special community event that allows patrons the chance to sit beside their best canine friend while taking in a day of Colonials baseball!

Starting at 11:00 a.m., pet owners will have the opportunity to enter the DogZone; a special area located inside the gates to Barcroft Park where  we will have some of our fabulous HT dogs for adoption and local vendors will be providing services!  Pet owners are welcome to bring their well behaved, social, leashed and vaccinated dogs and and purchase tickets to attend the game.

For tickets to Bark at Barcroft, stop by the Athletics ticket office, call (202) 99-GWTIX, or email tickets@gwu.edu. Tickets will be available for purchase at Barcroft Park the day of the game or during any weekend GW Baseball games prior to April 19th.

HT will be set up just outside the baseball stadium with our sweet adoptable dogs.  Maybe one of these adoptable pups can find their forever home with you?  Hope to see you there!

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