Posts Tagged ‘Berdina’

Berdina was lost from her foster home and was missing for a year (below are just a few of the many posts about the search).  She was found and was subsequently adopted by our friend who loved her dearly. Sadly, our friend and Berdina’s owner passed away suddenly last week.

So, we are working to find her a foster or forever home as soon as possible.  She’s a sweet, spayed pit bull mix about 3-4 years old, and about 40 pounds.  She would be happiest as an only dog in a household with no kids.  With a stable home and gentle guidance, you’ll really see her personality shine. We think you’ll love her as much as we do!

In her short life Berdina has been abandoned at a shelter, fostered, lost, recovered, adopted, and then had a happy year as part of a family. She’s had some ups and downs, but she has a lot of love to give!

Click on the flier below to learn more or click here to download a copy of the flier.

You can also watch videos of Berdina here and here.

Thanks to another volunteer for uploading new photos of Berdina here!


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We are so happy to have Berdina back safe and sound at WARL.  She’s happy to visit with her friends there too!  Keep checking back for updates and photos–and most importantly, information about adopting Berdina when she becomes available!

Here are some photos of her visiting with friends in the dog park at WARL (photos by Roberta Youmans):

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Help us find Berdina

Berdina is one of the Washington Animal Rescue League (WARL)’s foster dogs and has been missing since April 21. The area she was lost in was Blair/N. Capital & Longfellow St. NW, in D.C. (you can download a map in the box to the right). She is a spayed female Pit Mix (grey and white), about 60 pounds and about 2-years-old. She was wearing a red rabies tag on a blue and white Obama collar. She is very friendly, sweet and high energy. Please contact 202-375-7755. There is a reward for her safe return.


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