COVID-19 Updates

We are happy to announce NEW Phase 2 hours when we will welcome our customers back into the store. Please note the following schedule if you want to shop in-store: Sunday 12 - 6pm;  Monday - Saturday 9am - 7pm. We understand many of you may not be ready to come in and we will continue to offer  curbside pickup and local delivery 7 days a week.  We are adhering to the DC Government and CDC guidelines for all customers and staff.

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. 

(202) 747-3434Woof Delivers


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Lost, Found & Adoptable

Over the years we have had a number of animals brought to us or fielded phone calls for people who have either lost an animal, found an animal or are trying to re-home an animal in a humane and conscientious manner. We are providing this area of our web site as a Community Resource to help provide a place for people to post information about the animals they are trying to re-unite or re-home.

We do welcome postings on animals that need extra help (such as seniors and animals with medical conditions) and animals in the community that need to be re-homed and are not in the shelter by listing them on our "From Woof to Home" page on Facebook.


The listings are also open to the much appreciated people who are fostering animals for local organisations and need an online posting to help get these animals into their forever homes. Please note that our "Gifts for Goodness" program is extended to the animals being rehomed and to any adopted animals.

If your animal is lost these are other sites in the community to check:

Steps to take when a pet is lost:

  • Don’t panic.
  • File a Lost Report immediately by calling (202) 576-6664.  Be prepared to answer questions about the animal’s breed, size, description, and veterinary history.  Make sure to tell the person taking the report where the animal was lost, if it was not lost from a home address.
  • Look for the animal.  Most animals will respond to their owner’s call, even if the voice is far away.
  • If there is a neighborhood e-mail list, write an emergency message.
  • Make a flyer (include a picture), to distribute to neighbors, veterinary clinics, businesses, and animal shelters.
  • Visit the Animal Control Facility regularly to check for the lost pet.
  • Once the animal is located, contact the Animal Control Facility to cancel the lost report.

There are also several tracker services in the area, which we have known to be very useful according to our customers. We suggest posting on at the local shelters, veterinary offices and also on


The Big Bad Woof is providing this space to the Community as a courtesy. No information in posted in this Lost & Found section of the web site is guaranteed. Although the information on is updated frequently, it is always best to call the person or organization that lists the pet to insure it is still available and to insure the information listed on The Big Bad Woof is accurate. It is important that any pet re-united or re-homed be thoroughly examined by a veterinarian. Any pets found, adopted through, or listed in this section of The Big Bad Woof web site are the sole responsibility of the individuals or adoption organizations and/or the adopting party.

The Big Bad Woof accepts no responsiblity for any liability or for any injury or damages to any person or property caused by any listed animal, as well as any cause of action, claims, suits or demands whatsoever that may arise as a result of such injury or damage.