Join us at our next event: March 21-23 – Super Pet Expo
Come visit DC Shiba Inu Rescue at booth 131.
USE COUPON CODE: DCSIR to receive $3.00 off adult tickets!
***Please share***** DC SIR will receive $1 for every ticket purchased with DC SIR coupon code
Fri: 4-9pm, Sat: 10am-7pm, Sun: 10am-5pm
Dulles Expo Center
4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20153
March 30, 2014 – Cherry Blossom Ranger Led Tour
As the Shiba Inu is Japan’s National Treasure, we felt it would be a great idea to bring our Shiba pals for a casual walk past the cherry blossoms again this year!
DCSIR will be meeting at the Jefferson Memorial on March 30th, 2014 at 12:00pm (tour starts at 1pm) for a National Park Service Ranger-led walk, and is inviting all of our Shiba-owner and Shiba-enthusiast friends to join us (actually any breed is welcome!). Our Ranger Guided tour will start promptly at 1pm but we are meeting early for group photos with the Shiba Inus. Be prepared to stop and let tourists take photos of your Shiba Inu! They were an even greater draw than the blossoms at some points in the walk. It will be a good chance for the Shibas to honor their heritage and enjoy the cherry blossoms! See full event details.
Month in Review:
Read other months’ reviews:
Call for Volunteers
“What had undoubtedly taken months, if not years, of neglect is being completely reversed in a matter of weeks with proper nutrition, supplements and veterinary supervision.” Read the full article at DogHeirs.
Puppy Mill Awareness
DC SIR: I Am a Puppy Mill Dog
DC Shiba Inu Rescue promotes Puppy Mill awareness and focuses on the plight of puppy mill dogs throughout the United States. Here is the first video in a series of posters, links, videos and documents posted in order to educate the public.
Some of the material and images may be graphic and/or disturbing. We feel it is important to realistically depict what is happening right now all across our country.
“All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing”
~ Edmund Burke
“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”