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.
In the Oct. 1 The Rapp column: "Selma" screening cancelled, Mark Russell's Saturday show at the Theatre is still on, plus details of RAWL's Trail Challenge, Halloween at Stone Hill and Fauquier Health's $1 million in available community grants.
Good morning, Rappahannock! My name is Gus and I’m an English shepherd mix, weighing in at about 60 pounds.
Cute, cute, cute! That’s what the RAWL people say. My name’s Casey and I’m a 4-year-old male lhasa apso.
I am very proud to be named after a beloved former Rappahannock County animal control officer, Jack Sharp. I’m Jack Sharpie, a 4- to 5-year-old shar-pei who is loyal and has lovely manners.
I'm Manny, a mountain cur (mixed with something else, perhaps), a breed that came to our country with European colonists. I'm easygoing, good with cats and love to play with other dogs.
Hi, my name’s Rio, and I’m a 5-year-old male Malamute/husky mix. I am good with other dogs and can sing a beautiful song.
I had a bit of a tough time getting to RAWL. My previous owners dropped me off next door at the Amissville dump on the chance I’d wind up at RAWL. I made it.
My name is Elle and I’m a year-old border collie/Australian shepherd mix, which means I’m “smarter than your average bear” and looking for a home where I can be “worked."
They call me Shannon here at RAWL. My guess is it’s because of my coat with lots of red in it, like so many Irish humans.