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18-08-21-00096D011Domnio (f)(female) Australian Cattle Dog mix. Baltimore County, Baltimore, MDID: 18-08-21-00096. Domino is the cutest girl. She has some Corgi in her and possibly Australian Cattle Dog and maybe a little Terrier.
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Maryland SPCA adoption services strive to help you find the perfect pet match. Each year we adopt out more than 3,000 animals to new homes, and new animals enter our adoption program daily. Go To Main Menu
Pet Rescue of Maryland is a non-profit animal rescue dedicated to saving the lives of dogs, cats, kittens and puppies. We are staffed only by volunteers and rely on the kindness of our community to financially support our efforts.
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Rescue Angels of Southern Maryland is a 501(c)3 non-profit, grass roots rescue organization founded in 2013 by a group of animal lovers who came together to assist animals in need. Our volunteers include a small community of people who have opened their hearts and selflessly given their time to improve the quality of life of these animals ...
Alley Cat Rescue is an organization in Mount Rainier, Maryland, that works to protect cats through rescue, rehabilitation and adoption locally in the states of Maryland, Virginia, and the Washington, D.C., area using trap-neuter-return for feral cats; as well as providing national and international resources for cat caretakers.
A "Retired Racer" GreyhoundGreyhound adoption or Greyhound rescue programs focus on finding homes for Greyhounds who are no longer needed for racing. In some countries they live in kennels at the track. Currently, most Greyhound adoption programs are based in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. In Europe groups deal with dogs from a variety of sources; for example, in Spain, ex-hunting dogs are often in need of rescuing along with Greyhounds.
A mixed breed dog at an animal shelter.Pet adoption is the process of taking responsibility for a pet that a previous owner has abandoned or released to a shelter or rescue organization. Common sources for adoptable pets are animal shelters and rescue groups. Some organizations give adopters ownership of the pet, while others use a guardianship model wherein the organization retains some control over the animal's future use or care. Also available is online pet adoption. These sites have databases of pets being housed by thousands of animal shelters and rescue groups, and are searchable by the public. They include Petfinder.org and Adopt-a-Pet.com. A black cat waiting to be adopted. Because of the superstitions surrounding black cats, they are disproportionately more common in shelters than in the general population and less likely to be adopted than are cats of other colors.