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2020 Wizards Dog Calendar On Sale Now

November 22, 2019
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Wizards and Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation will sell 2020 Wizards Dog Calendars presented by PetSmart with proceeds benefiting the Humane Rescue Alliance. It will be the second calendar that MSE Foundation has produced featuring Wizards players.

The calendar features photos of Wizards players Bradley Beal, Troy Brown Jr. and John Wall with their own dogs. Head Coach Scott Brooks and players Davis Bertans, Thomas Bryant, Rui Hachimura, Ian Mahinmi, Justin Robinson, Admiral Schofield, Ish Smith and Moritz Wagner are also highlighted with dogs from the Humane Rescue Alliance.

Limited 2020 Wizards Dog Calendars will be available starting Nov. 22 online at and at the Team Store at Capital One Arena. Each calendar will cost $20 with proceeds benefiting the Humane Rescue Alliance.


The Humane Rescue Alliance has protected and cared for the animals of the nation’s capital for 150 years and serves thousands of animals annually. Its broad range of programs offered include: direct rescue and care of animals in need, cruelty investigations and local animal control services, robust regional community support programs that help pets stay with their families, and a premier transport program that invests in partner communities to solve pet overpopulation sustainably and nationwide. The organization advocates for and enables the safety and welfare of all animals, bringing people and animals together, and working within communities to support these relationships. HRA is based in Washington, D.C., and through a merger with St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, New Jersey, created the first regional, community-based, multi-state animal welfare organization in the nation.


MSE Foundation is committed to the making the region a better place for all by supporting game-changing solutions for our community. We fundraise, provide grants to nonprofits and rally MSE’s teams and fans to support and amplify the impact of community change agents. Together, we’re raising the game in the DMV.