Hi, I’m Chief! I’m an affectionate, well behaved boy. I recently went to an adoption event and a Ravens tailgate, and I was so well behaved with all of the people and activity. I met lots of new friends and gave out kisses. I also love to play with all of my doggie friends – I have such good social skills that I’m used as a control dog to help assess the new dogs. The folks here say that I’m a special boy because I’m deaf. It doesn’t bother me! I have so much love to give, and I’m learning hand signals – I can sit, and I’m working on “down.” Please come to BARCS to meet me today!
Hi, I’m Culler! I recently went on an overnight trip with a volunteer, and I was so well behaved! I’m housebroken, and comfortable with going into my crate to sleep at night. I would love a family that will continue teaching me how to be the perfect gentleman. I am smart and food motivated. I already know “Sit” and “Down,” and will go into my crate for mealtime. I’m a strong boy with a medium-high energy level – I would make an excellent running partner. I love to spend time in play group with my doggie friends. Once I’ve had my exercise I’m happy to chew on a Nylabone, or play with a ball. I also love to cuddle after my walk, and will flip over on my back for some belly rubs. Please drive down to BARCS today to meet me!
Snow has the most adorable lazy girl attitude. She’s so excited to get outside and run around .. and a few minutes later, she’s perfectly happy lounging in the sun. The most beautiful crystal blue eyes and a cute freckled nose are only two of her best qualities. She is as loving as she is gorgeous. Snow participates in pack walks with her dog friends at BARCS and enjoys visiting the Ravens tailgate to help raise money and awareness for homeless animals. While she’s there, she loves the attention of all of the new people she meets! She also participates in play group with her doggie friends. You can’t help but smile when you’re around this girl!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website. If you are interested in fostering, please contact email@example.com. 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.