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Baltimore County Animal Services
13800 Manor Road
Baldwin, Maryland 21013
Email: animalservices@baltimorecountymd.gov

Phone: 410-887-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 410-817-4257
TTY users call via Maryland Relay

Use this directory to located animal-related information or services across the State of Maryland and in Baltimore County.

Animal Rescue

  • Days End Farm Horse Rescue - This regional horse rescue center is located in Lisbon, Maryland. The facility strives to ensure quality care and treatment of horses through rehabilitation, humane education and community outreach.

  • House Rabbit Society - House Rabbit Society is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that rescues abandoned rabbits, find them permanent homes, and assists humane societies with public education.

Dog Parks

Baltimore County now has four dog parks, Perry Paw at Honeygo Run Regional Park, Wags Dog Park at St. Helena Park, Paw Point at Robert E. Lee Park and B.A.R.C. Park at Hannah More Park. Registration is required to use all parks and all dogs must be properly licensed. Remember, when your dog is not within the fenced area of the dog park, it must be leashed.

Perry Paw at Honeygo Run Regional Park

Perry Paw at Honeygo Run Regional Park includes a .34 acre area for small dogs and a 1.06 acre area for larger breeds. The dog park features a porous concrete walkway for Americans with Disabilities Act access, in addition to other amenities. For registration information, please visit the Perry Paw Dog Park Committee website.

Wags Dog Park at St. Helena Park

Wags Dog Park at St. Helena Park features small and large playing areas, dog water fountains and other amenities. For registration information, please contact the Dundalk-Eastfield Recreation Office.

Paw Point at Robert E. Lee Park

The recently renovated Robert E. Lee Park features a 1.5 acre dog park, Paw Point. A highlight of Paw Point is the lake access area for dogs who enjoy swimming. Registration is required to use the park. Registration information is available on the Paw Point's website.

B.A.R.C. Park at Hannah More Park

The Baltimore Animal Recreation Center (B.A.R.C.) Park at Hannah More Park features two areas for dogs to roam and socialize with other dogs without a leash. The larger area is 1.5 acres and the smaller area is .75 acres. Each areas also features a dog water fountain. Registration forms and material can be found on the Reisterstown Recreation Council website.

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Humane Organizations

  • Maryland SPCA - Local humane organization offers pet behavior training and advice, pet wellness, spay services, adoption and a volunteer program.

  • Humane Society of Baltimore County - Humane advocacy and education organization offering pet adoptions, spay/neuter services and a volunteer program.

  • Snyder Foundation for Animals - Local nonprofit organization that offers classroom and community education programs.

Pet Lover's Companion

Pet Friendly Housing

  • If you are looking for rental properties that allow pets, then visit myapartmentmap.com or rent.com for assistance.

  • Visit mycheapapartments.com to find pet-friendly affordable apartment units and gated communities with cheap rent in Maryland.

Pet Preparedness

Pets and Travel

Training for Dogs

  • Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks offers dog obedience classes at the following three locations:

  • Dog Owners' Training Club is the second oldest dog training club in the country.  Classes meet at the Pikesville Armory.

  • Oriole Dog Training Club is a non-profit dog club that was established in 1945. They offer training in obedience, tracking, fly-ball, agility and conformation.  Classes meet in Woodlawn.

  • Association of Pet Dog Trainers is a national network of professional trainers who offer advice, resources, and training referrals to dog owners.

Wildlife Resources

 Revised June 4, 2014

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