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Our Lucky Dog Ambassadors are a constant inspiration to our entire rescue, and we are especially grateful for the donations made by the Colonial Forge EMT Program, in honor of Chelsea Favreau who was killed in a car crash in January. Her sister, Bailey, is a former student of the EMT program and the family generously asked for donations to animal shelters and rescue organizations in lieu of flowers. These dedicated students collected several boxes of food (both canned and dry), treats, toys, bedding, collars/leashes, etc. and our entire Lucky Dog family is so thankful for their support!
You did it! Thank you to everyone who voted. Thanks to you Lucky Dog won 2nd for Best Place to Volunteer and Best NonProfit in Washington City Paper's Best of DC Readers Poll! As a volunteer powered organization, we would not be able to save the dogs and cats we do without your support, and for that we are truly grateful! To volunteer with Lucky Dog, visit www.luckydoganimalrescue.org or email info@luckydoganimalrescue.org! To learn more about Washington City Paper's Best of DC Readers Poll,... more »
Did you know that for just $5 per month -- as little as the cost of one trip to Starbucks or Chipotle -- you can forever change the life of a dog or cat in need?​ Become a Lucky Star! Every day, thousands of animals end up in high-kill shelters, and every day only a fraction of those walk out alive. Lucky Dog is working hard to... more »
Check Out Pictures from our 2017 Wags & Wine Extravaganza!   A huge Thank You to all who attended and helped with this year's Wags & Wine Extravaganza. A great time was had by all, and we raised much needed funds to help even more Lucky Dogs and Cats!            
Only three days after landing in the DC area, Petey, the rescue pup from Puerto Rico made his first TV appearance to talk politics with Fox 5 News and Ronia Cleary. To watch the clip visit: http://www.fox5dc.com/news/233127965-video We think he did a great job and would like to thank everyone for supporting Lucky Dog!
We need YOUR help to make sure that everyone in the DC area knows who we are! The Washington City Paper's Best of DC voting has begun and Lucky Dog is looking to win top dog in THREE categories (they are all under the People & Places section): Best Non-Profit Best Place to Volunteer  Best Charity Event - Lucky Dog Animal Rescue's Casino Night I know that we can win first place because we have the BEST volunteers. To vote, visit: www.washingtoncitypaper.com/bestofpoll We... more »
How many lucky dogs and cats found their forever homes in 2016?
Watch our Year-in-Review video, and find out how many Lucky Dogs and Cats were saved in 2016! Do you recognize any of these faces? Thousands of animals -- like the dogs and cats you love and who have changed your life -- are sitting in shelters. Waiting for someone to love them. Waiting for Lucky Dog. Waiting for you. 
Can we count on you to DONATE TODAY to help Monk, Vidalia, Bertie, Benny, and countless others take the next step on the road toward adoption? These amazing dogs are not broken or damaged. But they do need someone to take a chance on them. Someone who will step up and tell them their life has value. Someone like YOU! With your generous support, Lucky Dog will continue to answer the call of dogs and cats in need. We will provide everything from... more »
Please join us in congratulating Karen Skanderson for winning the GRAND PRIZE in the Strut Your Mutt 9,000 steps challenge!  Karen participated in the 9,000 Steps Challenge during Strut Your Mutt and, after the Best Friends team reviewed all the qualifying fundraising pages, they selected Karen as  a wonderful example of what Best Friends represents.  (Of course, we already knew that but now people across the United States will, too!) The grand prize consists of: A Skechers gift card valued at $250  A photoshoot of Karen and her dogs, including a selection of prints  Be featured in a... more »
Twelve adorable, adoptable Lucky Dogs were featured on Good Morning Washington - News Channel 8, this past December.   Each weekday morning one Lucky Dog - twelve in all - had their 15 minutes of fame.  We know how wonderful our Lucky Dogs are, and now the rest of DC does too!   In case you missed it, you can watch all of our Lucky Dogs during their time to shine right... more »
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