Pets Available for Adoption – Week of May 3, 2021 | PHOTOS

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Give a friend a forever home. The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is open for services by appointment only. If interested in adopting an animal, please view adoptable animals online and email an adoption application. Once your application has been processed, the SPCA will contact you to schedule a meet […]

Give a friend a forever home. The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is open for services by appointment only. If interested in adopting an animal, please view adoptable animals online and email an adoption application. Once your application has been processed, the SPCA will contact you to schedule a meet and greet. Please be patient, as the process will be delayed. The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is still accepting donations of new and unopened pet supplies (food, treats, etc), but can not take any used or opened donations at this time. Emergency services such as animal surrender, euthanasia and cremation will be available by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call and leave a message at 410-268-4388 ext 141. Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control is located off Interstate 97 at the police and fire headquarters complex in Millersville, 411 Maxwell Frye Road. Anne Arundel County Animal Care & Control, 411 Maxwell Frye Rd., Millersville, has reopened by appointment only to the public. If you see an animal here or on our website (aacounty.org/pets) that you would like to meet and possibly adopt, please fill out the form found under “adopt a pet” on its website and email it with the required items to [email protected] All available animals are shown during a live video on their Facebook page at 9:30 a.m. Mondays through Saturdays; additional pets that are in foster homes are included on the website.

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