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Animal Rescue

Bayside Animal Medical Center supports responsible pet ownership by working with a variety of animal rescue organizations in the area. Below are several of the rescues that Bayside provides medical services. Your support of Bayside contributes directly to the support of these rescues and animal welfare.

Animal Rescue Organizations

SPCA of Anne Arundel County

SPCA of Anne Arundel County The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in Anne Arundel County. It provides shelter and humane care for homeless animals in need and works as advocates for animal welfare in the community.

(410) 268-4388
info@aacspca.org
www.aacspca.org


Mid-Atlantic German Shepherd Rescue

Mid-Atlantic German Shepherd Rescue

MAGSR is a non-profit rescue dedicated to German Shepherds and German Shepherd mixes. If you are looking to add a new family member to your loving home in the Mid-Atlantic area, please visit the Adoption page.

(410) 925-0958
appsteam@magsr.org
www.magsr.org


Babes for Bullies

Babes for Bullies Babes 4 Bullies is an advocacy/rescue organization that raises funds and awareness to protect and rebuild the reputation of Pit Bull type dogs through advocacy and events. They are dedicated and determined to be the voice this breed needs to lift Breed Specific Legislation (BSL). Visit the site to learn about ways that you can help.

jess@babes4bullies.com
www.babes4bullies.com


Willing Hearts Dalmatian Rescue

Willing Hearts Dalmatian Rescue Willing Hearts Dalmatian Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping unwanted, abandoned Dalmatians in shelters find loving homes. It offers creative ideas to assist owners, provides public education on the Dalmatian breed, and promotes spay and neuter as well as responsible dog ownership.

(610) 948-5898
dalmatianrescue@comcast.net
www.whdr.org


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Cats R Us

Cats “R” Us is a Non Profit 501(c)3 feral cat and kitten rescue organization in the Annapolis, Maryland area whose focus is TNR (Trap, Neuter, and Return). This means feral cats are humanely trapped, vaccinated, sterilized, and ear-tipped (for identification) by veterinarians. Kittens caught early enough are tamed, vetted, and available for adoption when they are of an appropriate age. They have a small team dedicated to this segment of rescue, along with socializing and care of abandoned adults, both of which have grown to be an integral part of their overall efforts.

(410) 263-1719
Cats.R.Us.2000@hotmail.com
www.catsrusrescue.com