We are a non-profit group of volunteers who hate the idea of even one adoptable Samoyed being euthanized at a shelter, or running loose in the street, or chained outside, ignored and alone or… So, we have banded together to save those that we can. We take them in, provide veterinary care, foster care, training and TLC until an appropriate adoptive home can be found. Our rescue dogs come to us in many different ways. No matter how they get here, they all share the desire to have a home of their own and the friendly, loving, adaptable temperament that Samoyeds are known for. All of that along with the famous Sammy smile! If you are looking for a wonderful family dog or a companion that keeps you laughing and gives total, unconditional love, please consider helping us save a smile, or two, or three, or…Officially, we cover: Maryland, Washington DC, and parts of Pennsylvania, but we will help out wherever there is a Samoyed in need.
The first step to adopting a dog from MidAtlantic Samoyed Rescue is to complete and mail our adoption application to the address listed on the last page. The information on that will help us determine which dog might be a good match for your home and family. After we receive your application, we will arrange a home visit. This gives us a chance to meet you in person, check out the environment the dog will live in to make sure it’s “Sammy-safe”, and it will give you a chance to ask us any questions you might have. We will let you know when the right dog is available. If it’s love at first sight when you meet, then we’ll complete the adoption contract and you have a new family member.
Annapolis MD 21403 | 4.3 miles away
The SPCA of Anne Arundel County (AACSPCA) is the largest and oldest animal welfare organization in Anne Arundel County. We provide shelter and humane care for homeless animals in need and work as advocates for animal welfare in our community. At the AACSPCA, there is no time limit placed on how long an animal is available for adoption. We embrace animals in need - regardless of age, breed, or phys
Annapolis MD | 5.8 miles away
We are a unique 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the rescue, care and re-homing of German Shepherds, Retrievers, other large dogs, mixed breeds and senior dogs. We are not a shelter. Instead we have a dedicated team of volunteers that foster the dogs in their homes until we find their forever homes. Due to a limited number of foster homes, we can only receive dogs from animal shelters
Harwood MD 20776 | 7.9 miles away
Our Mission: To find loving, permanent homes for any adoptable animal placed under our care; to provide a safe haven and rehabilitation to feral and neglected cats rescued from abusive situations; and to put an end to needless euthanasia because of pet overpopulation.
Millersville MD 21108 | 13.4 miles away
The mission of Homeward Bound Schnauzer Rescue, Inc. is to rescue and locate forever, loving homes for miniature schnauzers and schnauzer mix dogs.
Annapolis MD | 14.4 miles away
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Millersville MD 21108 | 15.2 miles away
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Severn MD 21144 | 17.6 miles away
MISSION STATEMENT: Providing a permanent safe haven for senior dogs who are unable to be cared for by their owners, who are abandoned or abused, or face euthanasia.
Severn MD | 19.4 miles away
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