Hundreds of children across Maryland and thousands across the country are thankful this holiday season for a very special reason. They are joining their new families.
Every year, tens of thousands of stray animals have to be put to death because not enough people take them into their homes.
A dog is discovered clinging to life inside a Baltimore City trash can.
More than 20 small dogs found living in poor conditions on a property in Wicomico County are being put up for adoption.
It’s time for the Baltimore 500, and we’re not talking about a car race. Find out why June is a great time to adopt a cat or kitten in the Baltimore area.
Nearly two months after he was found bloodied on the side of the road in Linthicum, Rocky Road has a new home and family.
The pit bull, whom county police believe was a “bait dog” used to train fighting dogs, has been adopted by a family of four living in the Gibson’s Grant community on Kent Island.
Rallying for the dogs. Hundreds of people spent Friday evening eating outside as food trucks took over the Maryland SPCA.
Biggy limps, and he has been living in a shelter kennel since January. The pit bull mutt was 3 years old when his owners, expecting their firstborn child, decided it was too much to take care of Biggy too.
A second chance at life for dozens of neglected dogs at Frederick County.
Fifty-one dogs seized from a home in Anne Arundel County are headed to new homes.
An alarming find inside a Columbia townhome: rabbits — dozens of them — 78 to be exact.
The year 2010 ended with a bang—or a bark—at one city shelter. Despite a slow economy, adoptions were significantly up.