Spotlight on GeoVets
At BARCS, we believe that animal welfare isn't just a shelter issue—it's a community issue. Part of our lifesaving mission includes providing resources and services to help keep pets where they belong: in their homes. Today, we want to feature a nonprofit organization called GeoVeterinary International that has partnered with BARCS to provide critically needed medical services to pet owners in need in Baltimore. Dr. Jo…Read More
Buttercup Rae's Happily Ever After
It’s no secret that fostering saves lives, and Buttercup Rae’s story is no exception. After nearly three months of waiting and hoping for her person to pick her, Buttercup Rae finally got her wish: she was adopted into a fabulous, loving home. This special lady arrived at BARCS in mid-June in need of medical care. She had a large benign mass on her hind end that made it challenging for her to comfortably walk and play. W…Read More
The New Big Pup on Campus!
We love hearing Happy Tails from our adopters! Check out this great story from new BARCS adopter Mackenzie P. and her pup Cash, formerly known as Marlo at BARCS: “All my life, I’ve grown up around dogs. In my freshman year of high school, my family got a puppy—he was my responsibility to train and care for, so I knew I could handle a dog on my own. I’ve wanted to adopt a dog since last year, but the timing wa…Read More