"Dog owners have a key role to play in creating a swimmable, fishable Anacostia River."
Posts Tagged ‘Dogs’
The dog is probably scared, says an AtlasVet pro.
Alleged dog attack at H Street bar
"This is of great concern for District dog-owners because it means it is in our community and in the environment," says the Washington Humane Society's head vet.
Cycling with pets and puddle etiquette
The dog is OK.
Slideshow. Pentagon Parking Lot, May 26th. © 2013 Matt Dunn
Between the wine bars, cafes, and taco shops, Columbia Heights' 11th Street strip should be the ideal spot for a dog park. Instead, it's stuck with a mostly fenced-in unofficial park at Park Road, much of which is taken up by a grate.
One group of park-goers wants to change that. The Friends of Columbia Heights [...]
Meridian Hill Park, NW. April 14th. ©2013 Matt Dunn
Increasing spring temperatures translate into more blossoms, more co-workers calling in sick with hay fever, and more dogs running about the District's parks and sidewalks. And there are quite a few of them: an analysis of figures obtained through D.C.'s Department of Health, which maintains a registry of the city's 3,841 pups, reveals that we [...]
Pricey Sips: A new Washington restaurant will have a $40 cocktail on its menu. -3
Erasers: A new report says that teachers in 18 D.C. classes cheated on standardized tests. -4
Full Slideshow. Tidal Basin, April 7th. © 2013 Matt Dunn
Slideshow. Constitution Ave, NW. March 17th. © 2013 Matt Dunn
Much-Needed Inquiry: Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie has questions about the inspector general's handling of investigations into school cheating and the D.C. lottery contract. +3
"My Jihad": Ads promoting a peaceful approach to Islam's concept of "jihad" are going up on the Metro system. +2