Volunteer for the MD SPCA

Donate Your Time

At the Maryland SPCA, they have the support of many wonderful volunteers who put their concern for animal welfare into action by donating their time. Their dedicated volunteers make a commitment to help their organization and touch the lives of pets and people every day.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities at the MD SPCA, go to: www.mdspca.org

Be on the Lookout for our Donation Boxes!

Mama is ready to start collecting donations!! We have three different locations this year!

Wish lists are at all three locations and will be on facebook shortly ( www.facebook.com/caninerehab)
The local shelters your donations will be going to are: Monty’s Mates Bulldog Rescue Small Miracles Cat and Dog Rescue Alley Animals, Md SPCA and Baltimore Humane Society
A BIG THANK YOU goes out to all who participate!! Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated!

Help the MDSPCA Find a Home for Max

Had to share this cutie. One-year-old Max is looking for a new home. He’s a playful pup who has a history of liking kids, dogs and cats! If you’re looking for a Yorkie, Max might be your match. www.mdspca.org

MDSPCA All-Star Canine Classes

All–Star Canine teaches you how to train your dog to watch you, sit, go to your bed, behave on a leash and more. Classes meet once a week for six weeks.

For details, go to: http://www.mdspca.org/updates/detail/sign-up-for-all-star-canine-fall-session-beginning-09-22

Back to School at the MDSPCA

TEACHER’S PET: BACK TO SCHOOL ADOPTION PROMOTION

The MD SPCA has waived adoption fees and free All Star Training Class for five special pets. Visit their adoption center during regular visiting hours to meet Snowball, Cisco, LuLu, Roxie and Mr. Boh!

For more information, go to: www.mdspca.org

The History of the MD SPCA

The Maryland SPCA is one of the nation’s oldest animal welfare organizations, founded in 1869 by a group of Baltimore citizens who were concerned about the welfare of the City’s work horses. For decades, the MD SPCA provided water and emergency care to work horses that were used to pull wagons in daily commerce and investigated complaints about their treatment.

To learn more about the MD SPCA’s history, go to: http://www.mdspca.org/about/history/