As your pet grows older, he or she may develop a range of diseases and conditions associated with aging, such as obesity, diabetes, arthritis and kidney disease. Despite the health problems often ...View Article
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MVSS actively supports local, regional and national rescue and non-profit organizations. For more information, and to visit their website, please click on the organization's corresponding logo.
BARCS - Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, Inc.
(BARCS), a non- profit organization created in July 2005 to take over the operations of the city shelter and to work directly with Baltimore City Animal Control. We take in homeless and unwanted animals in Baltimore City. BARCS' mission is to provide sanctuary for all animals and to promote a more humane community.
Dedicated to helping owners with financial needs. Please click here to visit the website.
Founded in 2004, Recycled Love is a grassroots 501(c)(3), non–profit organization dedicated to rescuing animals from abuse, injury, neglect and abandonment and adopting them in homes where they will be loved and cherished for the rest of their lives. Recycled love believes all animals deserve a second chance in life. Since animals cannot vocalize their need for help, rescue workers must become their voices. Our goal is to recycle the unconditional love that all animals possess and to transfer that love to a human guardian who understands and appreciates this priceless gift.
Pits and Rotts For Life Rescue, Inc.
Pits And Rotts For Life Rescue is an All-Volunteer Organization located in Randallstown, MD. We are dedicated to the responsible rescue and adoption of those dogs that signify what The American Pit Bull Terrier and Rottweiler were meant to be - a loving, loyal, and trustworthy family pet. Occasionally we take in mixed breeds that were wrongly labeled as Pitbulls or Rottweilers. Click here to visit the website.
Northeastern Boxer Rescue
Northeastern Boxer Rescue is a non-profit, charitable 501(c)(3) organization which is an all-volunteer effort to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home unwanted and abandoned boxer dogs within the Northeastern United States. We work within Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont.
When boxers are in need, NBR volunteers respond. Our mission includes hands-on rescue, as well as education. We strive to inform others about the realities of pet ownership, promote neutering, and encourage responsible care. It is our hope that our efforts will enhance the lives of people as well as companion animals.
Helping Washington DC, Northern Virginia, and Maryland with their feral cat population. Metro Ferals is an all volunteer organization that was established in 1997 to promote non-lethal alternatives to feral cat population control.
Wild or feral cats are trapped, neutered and then returned (TNR) to their “home”, where we make sure there is a caretaker who can watch out for them and feed them. Young kittens are rescued, socialized and adopted through our adoption program. We also run a low cost spay/neuter clinic for feral cats and provide assistance to people wishing to TNR the cats they feed and maintain.
The Maryland SPCA is a private, nonprofit, independent organization dedicated to helping animals and people. Our mission is to improve the lives of pets and people in the community. We operate primarily in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan area. We are not affiliated with any national animal organization, and we do not receive any government or United Way funding
Adopt A Boxer Rescue
Adopt A Boxer Rescue is an all-volunteer charitable organization formed to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home unwanted and abandoned boxer dogs within the northeast United States. We work within Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont.
When boxers are in need, AABR volunteers respond. Our mission includes hands-on rescue, as well as education. We strive to inform others about the realities of pet ownership, promote neutering, and encourage responsible care. It is our hope that our efforts will enhance the lives of people as well as companion animals. Join us. Help us to help boxers.
Work aggressively to place each animal that comes to our shelter in a loving, permanent home.
Strive to end the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals by promoting and offering affordable spaying and neutering to control the population of unwanted animals in our area and addressing the issues that cause people to give up animals.
Advance the cause of the humane treatment of animals and increase awareness of animal issues through public education.
Ensure a peaceful final resting place for beloved companion animals through the operation of a beautiful and well-maintained cemetery for companion animals.
The Baltimore Humane Society is a private non-profit in the State of Maryland. The Humane Society functions entirely off of donations from caring individuals.