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Baltimore Humane Society (Reisterstown, Maryland) logo with dog, cat, and horse
Reisterstown, Maryland 21136

The Baltimore Humane Society (BHS) was founded in 1927 by Elsie Seeger Barton. BHS operates a no-kill animal shelter; a low-cost Spay/Neuter & Pet Wellness Center; the Nicodemus Memorial Park pet cemetery, which also offers free bereavement services to the public; and a 343-acre protected wildlife sanctuary. BHS provides Humane Education programs to schools and youth groups, and is an Open Paw pilot shelter.

Baltimore Humane Society Website
Baywater Animal Rescue (Cambridge, Maryland) logo with black dog and blue cat in reeds
Cambridge, Maryland 21613

Baywater Animal Rescue, a No Kill humane organization, is dedicated to the principle that every animal deserves to live. By working with people, implementing life-saving programs, and treating each life as precious, we have created an organization that positively effects the lives of countless animals and the people that care about them. We also work to keep pets in their homes by providing resources for our community.  

Baywater Animal Rescue Website
Montgomery County Partners for Animal Well-Being
Derwood, Maryland 20855

Montgomery County Partners for Animal Well-Being (MCPAW) is the dedicated non-profit partner of the Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center (MCASAC). MCPAW's primary mission is to benefit the animals residing at the MCASAC. Its broader mission includes working to prevent animals from ending up in shelters and promoting positive relationships between people and animals. MCPAW is a vital community resource helping to educate, advocate and take action on the healthy treatment and well-being of animals at the MCASAC and throughout Montgomery County.

Montgomery County Partners for Animal Well-Being Website
Mid Atlantic Great Dane Rescue
Hanover, Maryland 21077

The Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc. (MAGDRL) was organized in 1979 to serve the seven states of the Mid-Atlantic region. MAGDRL is staffed completely by volunteers. Like all humane groups, MAGDRL is in the unique position of helping both humans and pets. In our case, the pets are Great Danes and mixed Danes and the people are those who want the companionship of the breed, or often, just dogs in general.

Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League, Inc Website
Your Dog's Friend logo
Potomac, Maryland 20854

The goal of Your Dog’s Friend is to help keep dogs out of shelters by educating and supporting their humans. We promote positive methods of training and behavior modification because they are effective, build trust and, unlike harsher, compulsion methods, cannot cause pain, aggression or fear in dogs. We also encourage early socialization and training for puppies to reduce the chance of behavior issues later.

Your Dog's Friend Website
Cat Rescue of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland 21228

Cat Rescue of Maryland, Inc. (CROM) is an all-volunteer non-profit organization founded in 1993 in Baltimore, Maryland. CROM’s mission is the humane management (rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of tame cats/kittens and vetting/continued feeding of the unadoptables) of feral cat colonies in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County, and Harford County in the state of Maryland.

Cat Rescue of Maryland, Inc. (CROM) Website
Humane Society of Charles County
Waldorf, Maryland 20604

It is the Mission of the Humane Society of Charles County to provide shelter and care for homeless, injured and neglected animals through adoption, fostering, community partnerships, education and affordable spay-neuter and vaccine services.

Humane Society of Charles County Website
Stepping Stone Animal Society
Cumberland, Maryland 21502

Stepping Stone Animal Society’s dedication to animals is reflected in our motto, “Every animal. Every chance. Every day”. Our vision is to elevate the quality of life of companion animals. Our mission is to provide resources such as low-cost spay neuter options, vaccine services, education, and rescue to support retention of owned companion animals and provide homes for homeless companion animals.

Stepping Stone Animal Society Website
Hill Hounds Rescue & Animal Sanctuary, Inc
Denton, Maryland 21629

Hill Hounds is a non-profit organization established with an objective to provide safe, temporary or permanent homes for cats and dogs when their owners are not able to take care of them and to help animal shelters by taking in the less adoptable animals. Our aim is also to educate the public about the importance of spaying and neutering and the role it plays in decreasing the amount of homeless animals euthanized each year.

Hill Hounds Rescue & Animal Sanctuary, Inc Website
Mutts Matter Rescue
Rockville, Maryland 20847

Mutts Matter Rescue of Maryland is a 501(c)3,non profit, all volunteer based organization, with combined rescue experience of over 15 years. We work in conjunction with shelters and other organizations in the Mid-Atlantic to help save dogs on death row, the strays on the streets, or ones in unsafe living conditions. We are driven by love, compassion, and hope. May no dog go unloved.

Mutts Matter Rescue Website
Chesapeake Cats and Dogs
Stevensville, Maryland 21666

Chesapeake Cats and Dogs, operates on the eastern shore of Maryland and rescues animals in seven Maryland counties. We operate an adoption center for cats, and run a limited dog program through foster and kenneling efforts. We have a 5-7% special needs population, including seniors and special medical needs animals, and are on a continuous mission to expand our effort in the no kill rescue.

Chesapeake Cats and Dogs, Inc Website
House with a Heart Pet Sanctuary, Inc
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20882

The Sanctuary’s Mission is to provide a “Helping Hand” for senior pets. For our residents, we provide love, affection, and shelter. Many receive medical care, such as diagnostic screenings, dental care, surgery, and medications. 
For other senior dogs, we provide a “Helping Hand” by getting the word out about their special needs, and encourage others to give them a forever home through our “House with a Heart Sanctuary of Your Own” program.

House with a Heart Pet Sanctuary, Inc Website