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Your Donation Saves Lives!

We count on your donations to continue our life-saving work. As a non-profit organization with no paid staff members, our dedicated volunteers work tirelessly on behalf of local animals. And our efforts are paying off. Our innovative programs have been credited with reducing the number of animals who are euthanized at our local animal control facility. Our dream is that one day, no adoptable animals will be killed in area shelters. We thank you for helping us realize this dream.Visit the donation page to see where your money goes.
 


 
Highlighted Animals
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  16461 - Tuesday
Tuesday is a 4yr old, spayed female kitty who is fun, active and playful.  Tuesday is very loveable and she starts making biscuits when you talk to her.  Tuesday’s favorite toy is a laser light.  She loves to chase it.
  17025 Clove
Clove is a cute, red and white female bunny who is young.  She is curious and likes to get a piece of carrot as a treat.
  17505 - Luvy
Luvy is an adorable, male Dachshund who is sweet and cute.  He loves to go outside for walks likes to sit with you for a nap.  Luvy does well with nail clipping, he enjoyed being around other dogs and ignored a cat he was introduced to.  He is good boy.

WALK FOR PAWS 2014
SEPTEMBER 27 10am to 3pm
Lake Elkhorn in Columbia
Click on the Walk Brochure to open it!

WFP 2014 Brochure Front

REGISTRATION INFO: 
You can complete your $30 Registration one of three ways:

To Register Online without making a personal fundraising page, click here

To Register Online AND create your sharable personal fundraising page complete with your own photos and text, click here

To Register by Mail by Dowloading Walk Brochure, click
here

A Big Thank You To Our 2014 Walk Sponsors!

PLATINUM PAW SPONSORS
Odum Real Estate Group

Howard County Times
The Wallace-Smith Family
Ann & Paul Selnick in Honor of Animal Advocates
Audrey, Jesse & Evan Selnick

GOLD PAW SPONSORS
The Young Family
The Outer Office
Printing Images
K.O. Art and Design, LLC
VCA Lewis Animal Hospital
VCA Columbia at Centre Park
VCA Columbia at Hickory Ridge
The Schultz/McDermott Family
For Biggles
The Beaglehouse
Fresh Air Music Entertainment
Martha& Bob Gagnon

 SILVER PAW SPONSORS
XP Laser Sport  / David’s Natural Market / LOOKS Salon and Spa
Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital
 / Howard Bank
The Coventry School for Dogs and Their People / Lakeside Title Company
Countryside Veterinary Hospital / Pet Barn at Maple Lawn
Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc.

BRONZE PAW SPONSORS
Triadelphia Veterinary Clinic /  Grand Rental Events  / Haight Funeral Home
Dr. Deborah A. Wilson, DDS, PA  /  Michael & Justin Yourtee
Skin Care Institute / Freetown Animal Hospital
Patapsco Valley Veterinary Hospital / Vintage Blue
Brooke Tyson Photography / Stephanie Grutzmacher
acupuncturewithnoreen.com / Animal Wellness Center


 


If It Helps Just One....

A Volunteer reports a friend accidentally left her pantry door open. When she returned home, she found her dog had gotten its head stuck in a cereal box and suffocated. While this may seem very unlikely, it’s not the first time we’ve heard of it! Several years ago, a dog we know died in a potato chip bag. Similarly, cats have been reported to suffer the same fate getting stuck in cat food cans. We’ve probably all wondered why “this bag is not a toy” even needs to be said.  But food containers don’t usually post a warning, and for our four-legged friends, anything with food or food residue is especially tempting.  So be safe and keep food and trash out of your pet’s reach. 

In our position, we often get alerts or stories that people want us to share. In an effort to bring them to you in an organized fashion, we’ll post them under this title.  Our goal is not to be depressing or alarmist, but to present things you may never have thought of but should know.  If it helps just one, it will be worth it.



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