Maryland Spca

★★★★☆
39.327 -76.633
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410-235-8826

3300 Falls Rd

Baltimore, MD

21211

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They let me adopt a deathly sick pup! was very rude! Would not help! only having the pup for 3 days vet bill was going to be over $2000! how could they turn me and not want to help me & my pup? How about all the other dogs? they had to be infected with kennel cough and who know what else! Never again! They are heartless! not to mention 3 others where bring there dogs back that same day!

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They let me adopt a deathly sick pup! was very rude! Would not help! only having the pup for 3 days vet bill was going to be over $2000! how could they turn me and not want to help me & my pup? How about all the other dogs? they had to be infected with kennel cough and who know what else! Never again! They are heartless! not to mention 3 others where bring there dogs back that same day!

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The Maryland SPCA has a clean facility and every cat/kitten cage is always full with animals ready for a new home. I've always wondered however why they don't have more dogs at any given particular time - sometimes there just aren't that many to choose from despite the city's wealth of animals needing homes. Unlike BARCS which still doesn't have the resources to do behavior assessments on the animals they offer, the SPCA does try to give you descriptions of the animal's temperament and energy level on their website and if you are lucky the card on the cage will let you know why the previous owner's surrendered their pet. They also have an animal behaviorist on staff who is willing to speak with you post-adoption at no charge about any behavioral issues you are dealing with.

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★★★★☆

The Maryland SPCA has a clean facility and every cat/kitten cage is always full with animals ready for a new home. I've always wondered however why they don't have more dogs at any given particular time - sometimes there just aren't that many to choose from despite the city's wealth of animals needing homes. Unlike BARCS which still doesn't have the resources to do behavior assessments on the animals they offer, the SPCA does try to give you descriptions of the animal's temperament and energy level on their website and if you are lucky the card on the cage will let you know why the previous owner's surrendered their pet. They also have an animal behaviorist on staff who is willing to speak with you post-adoption at no charge about any behavioral issues you are dealing with.

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This is a great place to adopt your next pet. The staff is friendly and you can tell from the moment that you drive onto the facility that they really care for these animals. If you are a new pet owner, they also have classes and information on their website on how to take care of your new "addition" to the family. I was also very impressed with the cleanliness of their facility.

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★★★★☆

This is a great place to adopt your next pet. The staff is friendly and you can tell from the moment that you drive onto the facility that they really care for these animals. If you are a new pet owner, they also have classes and information on their website on how to take care of your new "addition" to the family. I was also very impressed with the cleanliness of their facility.

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The Maryland SPCA deserves a medal for doing the work they do. Stray and unwanted animals are provided basic living requirements in a healthy, clean, and loving environment. It is apparent that the staff loves what they do and, more importantly, love the animals. If you are in Maryland and are thinking of getting a pet, why not save one's life at the same time!

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★★★★★

The Maryland SPCA deserves a medal for doing the work they do. Stray and unwanted animals are provided basic living requirements in a healthy, clean, and loving environment. It is apparent that the staff loves what they do and, more importantly, love the animals. If you are in Maryland and are thinking of getting a pet, why not save one's life at the same time!

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