Howard County Communications

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  • 3430 Court House Dr

    Ellicott City, MD 21043

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  • 410-313-2013

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I adopted a dog from Howard County about a year and a half ago. They were a lot less expensive, and less picky, than rescue groups I had checked out. (My HOA prohibits a fenced yard, and we have an unaltered dog in the family, either or both which put me out of the running with most rescues.)

While I feel Howard County misled me a bit about my dog's temperament (hyper!) and didn't provide me the post-adoption support they had promised, I do feel they have the animals' interest at heart. They make extra effort to get animals out the front door (adoption or rescue) rather than the back (euthanasia).

A volunteer group walks the dogs and tries to socialize them in the limited time the dog is there (10 day minimum). I can't even imagine what my dog would have been like if they hadn't worked with him!

As I write this, HCAC is under construction (which has me baffled, as the dog area seemed quite decent to me), but they are open for business!
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I adopted a dog from Howard County about a year and a half ago. They were a lot less expensive, and less picky, than rescue groups I had checked out. (My HOA prohibits a fenced yard, and we have an unaltered dog in the family, either or both which put me out of the running with most rescues.)

While I feel Howard County misled me a bit about my dog's temperament (hyper!) and didn't provide me the post-adoption support they had promised, I do feel they have the animals' interest at heart. They make extra effort to get animals out the front door (adoption or rescue) rather than the back (euthanasia).

A volunteer group walks the dogs and tries to socialize them in the limited time the dog is there (10 day minimum). I can't even imagine what my dog would have been like if they hadn't worked with him!

As I write this, HCAC is under construction (which has me baffled, as the dog area seemed quite decent to me), but they are open for business!
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