In Search of a Place to Call Home: Adopt a Pet

Here is a short list of some of the pets available for adoption at the Carroll County Humane Society.

Bear is a 2-year-old male Pomeranian.  He has lots of energy and loves to run but also loves to cuddle up close. 

Cowboy is a 6-year-old neutered male Miniature Pinscher.   He is described as a ‘super sweet boy’ but is also described as a ‘special placement’.  To find out why, give the Humane Society a call at 410-848-4810.

Daisy is a 3-year-old is a female Bully Breed mix.  She is described as a ‘delicate laid back kinda girl who love to cuddle’.  She is well loved at the Humane Society but is hoping to find love in her new family soon.

Buddy is a 2-year-old male Lab/Bully breed mix who is sure to become a great friend to everyone in his new family.  He is very strong so he would do best in a home with older children.

Baby Girl is a 4-year-old female Lab/Pointer mix.  She has a lot of patience and loves getting spoiled.  She can’t wait to start spending time with her new owner.

Tux is a 1 ½ year old male Tuxedo cat.  He is a nice boy who loves spending time with people and getting tons of attention.  Tux is all ‘dressed up’ and ready to go to his new home ASAP.

Doug is a 1-year-old neutered male cat.  He has cute little fangs that stick out and give him a particularly lovely smile.  He hopes to get a visit soon so he can show off his pretty grin.

Callie is a 2-year-old female Calico cat.  She is very ‘chill’ with beautiful markings and striking eyes.

Mittens is a 3-year-old spayed female cat.  She is a loving girl who can’t wait to find a new place to call home.

Billie is a 4-year-old Gelding Arabian Cross.  He is 14.2 hands and 750 lbs.  He hopes to find a new home where he can find lots of love and lots of room to run and trot.  Adoption fee $300.00.

Cuddles and Snickers are 4-year-old female Guinea Pigs.  They have unique colors and would love to go to a home together where they can live out their lives in the same family.  Adoption fee $20.00.

Cats are spayed by the Westminster Veterinary Hospital.

For a full list of cats for adoption click here

For a full list of dogs for adoption click here.

For a full list of other animals for adoption click here.

Visit the Humane Society Website to learn about adoption requirements and see how you can volunteer to help animals in need.


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