Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation
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Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation

Lost Dog is participating in the ASPCA/Rachel Ray $100K Challenge. Volunteers of the organization make it possible for thousands of pets to find homes.

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Barbara Hutcherson (left) and Marcia Tiersky help dogs out of the transport crates loaded into ...

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Each week, dozens of dogs and cats are brought to the 11 adoption events across ...

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Dogs who live at the ranch in Sumerduck, Va., owned by the Lost Dog and ...

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Jean Card, a Connection employee and a cat and kitten foster/volunteer with the Lost Dog ...

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Diane McIntosh has adopted three dogs from the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation: Ralph, ...

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Cappy, left, and Blue are two of the most recent foster dogs to spend time ...

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Blue the beagle is one of dozens of foster dogs helped by Centreville resident Earl ...

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Striking a pose, Mason, one of the cats taken in by the Lost Dog and ...

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Mason, a cat taken in by the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation, drew the ...

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These two cats, under the care of the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation, might ...

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Dutchess is one of six dogs rescued by the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation ...

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Diane McIntosh, a volunteer with the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation, sometimes holds on ...

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Parker, formerly a "lost dog," was adopted by Beth Stevens before she became a Lost ...

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Princess is one of many foster dogs taken in by Marcia Tiersky, president of the ...

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This is Jill, the Howell family's adopted "daughter" and a former "lost dog" who joined ...

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Lisa Marie Czop, a Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation volunteer, has adopted two dogs ...

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This kitten, fostered by Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation volunteer Beth Stevens, is "a ...

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This dog, called Batman, was a foster in Lisa Marie Czop's home as part of ...

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james12 7 months, 3 weeks ago

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Jameswood 4 months ago

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Jameswood 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation (LDCRF), a 501 c (3) non-profit organization, is a highly dedicated group of volunteers that rescues abandoned or displaced dogs and cats from the threat of euthanasia by area shelters or other at-risk situations. Once in our care, these companion animals are fully vaccinated and spayed or neutered. We also provide for those animals who need additional time and medical care before going to a new home. While awaiting placement in permanent, loving homes, these animals stay either at our boarding facility, the Lost Dog Ranch (on 61 acres in Sumerduck, VA), or in foster homes. Each weekend, LDCRF conducts adoption events at pet supply stores in the DC-metro area. Our volunteers interview and educate prospective adopters on the importance of proper veterinary care, nutrition, exercise, and obedience training to ensure a successful adoption for everyone involved.

Another important role of LDCRF is to reach out and educate the general public on the plight of homeless animals, the benefits of adoption, and the importance of spaying/neutering your pet. We participate in various community activities and events to expand community awareness. As part of our community outreach and education program, LDCRF will conduct educational seminars at local schools, community centers, or other locations. dog kennels and runs for sale :: chew proof dog beds

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