Wagtime in D.C., a doggie day care/salon that helps find rescue dogs new homes

I’ve written another story for The Washington Post, this time about a “pet spa” in DC that fosters dogs for adoption. Be sure to check out the photo slideshow (link below) and try to decide which pup is cutest!

Last year, Lisa Schreiber and Ofer Khal fostered approximately 500 dogs for adoption. But they don’t work for a shelter or a rescue agency. They’re running a business.

Wagtime looks like a doggie department store. Large dogs roam the ground-floor room of the 6,000-square-foot cage-free rowhouse, medium-size dogs are on the second floor, small dogs up on the third. There’s a separate area for older dogs, rooms for problem pooches. At any given time there are a couple of well-behaved dogs in the Wagtime boutique interacting with customers. Keep reading…

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