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Resource Directory

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.

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

Spay and Neuter Resources

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 December 30, 2013

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