Max came to the MD SPCA when his owner started working longer hours and didn’t feel they could give him the attention he needed.
Even at 10 years... Read more
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Sign up at https://support.mdspca.org/event/festival-for-the-animals/e411370?... Read more
Young, fun Pool Party came to MD SPCA from another shelter in need of hip surgery. We’re unsure how she came to need this surgery... Read more
An act of kindness can save a life.
Roxy (then Dreamy) was found limping on the street in Baltimore City on a cold spring evening... Read more
Five-year-old Max Powers had quite the journey! He arrived at the MD SPCA suffering from Intervertebral Disc Disease.
MD SPCA staff and Max’s... Read more
Tiny Gigi and her litter were just one week old when they arrived at MD SPCA nursing on their momma. The whole family went to an experienced foster... Read more
On a cold spring day, Lightbulb was found in a container on the side of the road. A good Samaritan brought her to the MD SPCA.
Lightbulb was rushed... Read more
One evening in May, a staff member leaving for the day saw a carrier in our driveway. Their heart sank when they realized a cat was inside... Read more
Sweet old Walter was found running into the street in Baltimore City on a chilly January day.
A passerby scooped up the blind, severely matted... Read more
Chunky Monkey was transferred to MD SPCA from another shelter in January.
He was very sweet in his intake exam, purring the whole time... Read more
Dann Mann arrived at the MD SPCA in the summer of 2021 with wild good looks, energy, and… heartworms!
Heartworms are a parasite carried by... Read more
Medical exam: $50
Microchip placement: $35
Canine heartworm/tick panel: $47
Feline FELV/FIV/heartworm test: $47
Please call to receive an estimate for the following available services:
Above prices are effective through December 31, 2019 and subject to change without notice.
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