National Capital Region
Dogs Available for Adoption
Open List Contact a Rescue Coordinator
Area Rescue Coordinator Telephone Email 
District of Columbia Kathleen Orsi 703.435.3776 Email Kathleen
Maryland Bonnie Louden 410.799.1273 Email Bonnie
Virginia (All Areas) JoAnne Nightingale 610.486.0708 Email JoAnne
Virginia (Southern area) General Enquiries, Only
Bob and Tibbi Griffin
757.328.6207 Email Bob and Tibbi
West Virginia JoAnne Nightingale 610.486.0708 Email JoAnne
Regional Coordinator Kathleen Orsi 703.435.3776 Email Kathleen

HELP WANTED!!! We are seeking volunteers throughout the National Capital Region - Washington, DC; Maryland; Virgina; and West Virginia. Knowledge of the breed is essential, and good communication skills are necessary. Help is needed to evaluate dogs, arrange fostering and veterinary care, evaluate adoption applicants, and match applicants with suitable dogs. There is an extensive support system in place, throughout the USA and Canada. It is not necessary for you to take dogs into your home, but you certainly can if you are able and willing to do so. On-the-job training will be provided. If you are interested in this truly rewarding volunteer position that shows a true love for the breed, please contact your area's rescue coordinator (listed above).

To learn about events and activities for Rhodesian Ridgebacks and their owners in the U.S. National Capital area, please visit the homepage of the Chesapeake Bay Area Rhodesian Ridgeback Club ("CBARRC").

Name: Goose
ID: 5302
Location: VA
Sex: Male
Age: 9 yrs
Color: red wheaton
Weight: 82 lb/37 kg
Meet Goose! Sweet Goose is 9 years young.... you would never guess his age by his looks or his energy level. Goose came to rescue because of a life-change for his family. He is a sweetheart and everyoe who meets him adores him. He has an awesome personality, adjusts well and is pretty easy going. Goose gets along with all the dogs he has met. He was not rasied with cats, but has shown no aggre  MORE...
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