Hi! My name is Eleanor and I’m an energetic, fun-loving 2½ year old girl! I love running zoomies out in the play yard! I also love exploring the agility equipment and have already learned to go through the tunnel and jump over the hurdles – I’m very adventurous! I also know how to sit and am eager to learn so much more. As you can see, I’m a very smart little girl who would be easy to train. I’m also very friendly and just love getting attention from my volunteer friends here at the shelter. I also love to play with my doggie friends – check out my video! I went to a Ravens tailgate; I met lots of people and was very well behaved even with all of the crowds and noise. Won’t you please come down to BARCS to meet me today?
Hi, my name is Diebo. I’m very loving, calm, gentle, affectionate, and well behaved. I’ve been a doggie playgroup participant at BARCS and love my furry friends. We run around and play tag with each other and have so much fun – you can watch me on my online video. I’m a 6-year old gentlemen – I might look a little gray on my muzzle but that just means I’m more mature and over that puppy silliness! I’m also good with kids, and housebroken. Since I’m a staff and volunteer favorite I come with a $100 training scholarship that my new family can apply to a class or private session. Won’t you come to BARCS and meet me today?
Hi, my name is Gianni! I’m a playful, sweet, happy 4-year old boy. When you visit me you’ll see that I’m a volunteer favorite because there are lots of love letters written on my kennel card J I have a calm demeanor with my human friends, and I take treats gently. I know sit, and I’m working on my loose leash walking skills – I love to learn! I like to sniff around on my walks, and I love if you throw a ball for me. I enjoy playing with other dogs, and would love a rough and tumble dog friend that can keep up with me! I’ve also been told that I’m very handsome, too, whatever that means! Shelter life isn’t easy – I’ve been here a long time waiting for my forever home, and I’d much rather be relaxing in my very own forever home with you. Please come to BARCS to meet me today!
Adopting a shelter dog is truly saving a life. The shelters cannot save animals without support from the community in the form of adoptions, fostering, volunteering and donations. If you would like to meet these pups, please visit the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS), located at 301 Stockholm St., Baltimore, MD. 21230. For directions: http://goo.gl/maps/rndi. BARCS is open to the public Monday through Friday 2pm-6pm and Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm. Please visit their website at www.baltimoreanimalshelter.org to see these and other wonderful animals waiting hopefully for their forever homes.
For information about volunteering for BARCS, please contact Joe at JMiletti@barcsanimalshelter.org or visit the website. If you are interested in fostering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cannot adopt or foster the dogs but would like to help them on their quest to find a forever family, please share their story via social media or donate through the BARCS website.