Baltimore, Maryland - Pet Adoption

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Baltimore Humane Society has partnered with Pets for Patriots, a not-for-profit that connects our country’s loyal service men and women with last-chance shelter pets. The program increases the adoption of adult and other at-risk homeless pets by veterans and service members of the United States military. We have also partnered with and Essex Middle River Veterinary Hospital. Together we are determined to make the joys of pet ownership achievable and affordable.
Adoptable pets: Here's a collection of a few of the dogs, cats and other critters in the Baltimore area who need homes.
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A $10 pet license fee is still required for Baltimore City Residents. Specials include everything shown in the Champion Adoption Package mentioned above. Adoptable pets: Here's a collection of a few of the dogs, cats and other critters in the Baltimore area who need homes.
Photo provided by FlickrFree pet adoptions at Baltimore Humane Society to all military (once approved by . Just hop onto their website and  to get started.)
Photo provided by FlickrSee pets available for adoption at the Baltimore County animal shelter.
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BARCS is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization operating Maryland’s largest open-admission animal shelter and pet adoption center, nestled in downtown Baltimore's Federal Hill neighborhood.The Baltimore Humane Society announced its new program that offers free pet adoptions to all first responders today at the Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Co. The Baltimore Humane Society announced its new program that offers free pet adoptions to all first responders today at the Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Co. All cats and kittens have been medically assessed, vaccinated, spayed or neutered and microchipped so they can go home with their new families the day they are adopted. Any pets not adopted will be transported back to our main adoption center (3300 Falls Rd., Baltimore, 21211) on Monday mornings where they will be cared for during the week and will be available for adoption. There is no time limit to how long a pet can stay in our adoption program.Today, the Maryland SPCA, Baltimore Humane Society, Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter, Baltimore City Animal Control and Baltimore County Animal Services continue as BAWA members. We work together to improve the well-being of animals in our community. Our joint efforts have included activities such as adoption events, spaying and neutering animals and transporting animals in need from one shelter to another so that fewer pets are euthanized.Required Pet ID Package: An additional $25.00 Pet ID Package is required for all pets, including promotional adoption days and pets with waived adoption fees posted on their kennel. The package includes a collar, engraved ID tag and microchip. A Baltimore City pet license required for all Baltimore City adopters is $10.To express our gratitude for your service, Baltimore Humane Society offers waived adoption fees for any First Responder with a current valid id. Any police officers, firefighters, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, or 911 dispatchers from any jurisdiction are welcome to adopt any of our shelter pets for free.The Maryland SPCA improves the lives of pets and people in the community by fostering healthy animal-human relationships.
It is a private, non-profit, independent organization.
It operates primarily in the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan area.
The mission is to be accomplished through education, advocacy, active direct care, pet population control, and screened adoptions.