COVID-19 Updates

We are open for curbside pickup and local delivery right now with limited hours for in-store shopping.. We are allowing customers in on Monday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from 9am - 12pm and Sunday afternoon from 12 - 6pm for in-store shopping. All customers MUST have face coverings and wear gloves or use hand sanitizer upon entering the store. For detailed instructions please go to https://www.thebigbadwoof.com/services/covid19/.

We also have many of the items in stock or available within a few days that you may be ordering via auto-ship from the on-line retailers and would be happy to have you support a small, indie business. You can place you here or send your shopping list in to [email protected]

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Keto Pet Sanctuary

Food as Medicine...........this special sanctuary is using ketogenic diets and other modalities to successfully treat cancer in dogs.

New DC Location & Greyhound Welfare

We have moved our original Takoma DC store diagonally across the street and I am proud to announce that Greyhound Welfare will be our first adoption event in the new (bigger and better) store. Believe it or not, 11 years ago when we opened our store, they were our first adoption event also, so this is a re-birth of our store with expanded services, built on long-standing relationships which we will continue to foster in the Communities we serve. Blue Buffalo has supported all of our adoption events over the past 2 years, and this is no exception, with 20% off all Blue Buffalo products all day at both of our locations. New DC Location: 6960 Maple St NW, Washington DC 20012

Dallas is looking for a forever home

Dallas is beautiful 4 year old of unknown heritage. His family turned him into the shelter when he was about 1 1/2 years old because they no longer had time for him. Roxies Fund (www.roxiesfund.org) pulled him from the shelter and placed him in foster care at a local doggie daycare. He is well cared for but he would be much happier in a regular home.

Who Rescued Whom?

This man adopted a rescue dog, who saved his life and helped him lose enough weight to run a marathon. Eric O’Grey weighed 300 pounds six years ago - he says him and his dog Peety rescued each other. Posted in The Telegraph, March 10, 2016 by Helena Horton

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