The people here at RAWL call me a “low rider.” Okay, my legs are shorter than the average bear’s (okay, hound’s) because I’ve got a lot of basset hound blood, but also some beagle relatives somewhere. Name’s Kasey and I’m…
Hey, y’all! I’m a redbone coonhound named Carmine. Like most of my hound kin I am very loving, and playing is a favorite activity, especially with other dogs my size.
The Rappahannock Animal Welfare League and all of the RAWL dogs would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the Griffin Tavern for hosting a great fundraiser for us last Friday. I would like to send a special thanks…
Fun is my middle name. I’m a 5-month-old foxhound girl. I love everything and everyone I come into contact with — people, other dogs, cats, toys, even the occasional butterfly.
My name is Smoke and I’m a young male American Staffordshire Terrier, though I prefer pitbull terrier as I find that other name kinda stuck up. And, as I always say, “Where there’s Smoke, there’s happy.”
My name is Lindsay and the RAWL people think I might be mostly Brittany Spaniel or maybe King Charles (or Queen Charlotte, in my case). But I’m really not high-falutin’ enough to be of royal lineage.
Hey, everybody! The RAWL Dogs are back, and I’m leading the parade. My name is Margie and I’m a fun-lovin’, ball-playin’, kid-lickin’, cat-friendly fool.
Your Next Best Friend: Nugget
Hi, everybody. I’m a shy, little beagle named Nora. I’m 11 months old and weigh 12 pounds. I’d really like to find a home where I can have another dog I can rely on.
You know the saying from an old advertisement that “Blondes have more fun?” Well, I don’t know about the others, but I sure do.
I came to RAWL in pretty lousy shape. My hair was scruffy and I was hungry. My name is Temple and boy, am I lucky I wound up here.
Good morning! My name’s Jordan and I’m 45 pounds of handsome, if I do say so myself. I’m a Heinz 57 type of dog breed, made up of all sorts of dogs.
My name's Kenny. I’m a typical Jack Russell Terrier, 12 pounds of naughty fun and quite comical.
My name is Roda, and like my sister, I’m an American foxhound, 1½ years old, around 55 pounds. My sister's been adopted so I've got to get into gear.
Hello, let me introduce myself. I’m a mountain cur named Chloe. Like my ancestors, I am very loyal to my people, obedient, easy to train and can entertain myself.
Did you know that foxhounds make wonderful pets? Seriously. We’re happy to be homebodies instead of working for a living.