Walk for the Animals, Annapolis, Biggest Ever This Sunday, April 7th
It runs, it walks, it’s grown to almost twice its size in a year.
This Sunday, April 7, the SPCA of Anne Arundel County hosts its annual Walk for the Animals at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis. This 23rd year of raising much-needed money for the county’s shelter animals, its largest annual fundraiser, is the biggest to… more
Disturbing Trend: Police on Dog Violence
Cisco, Chloe, Kincaid, Sassy, Ziggy, Chase and Payton – this is a story about family dogs and the people who love them. This is also a story about the law enforcement officers who killed them.
On April 14, 2012, a domestic disturbance call went out to the Austin, Texas police department. Police responding to the call saw Michael… more
9/11 Search and Rescue: Never “Fur"get
For those who lost loved ones amid the rubble and ruin of the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the memory is as fresh as the air on that crystalline day when it happened. Nearly 3,000 lives lost, leaving behind friends and loved ones with nothing but memories and no opportunity for ‘goodbye.’ In an attempt to give those loved… more
Inaugural Fundraiser for *NEW* Baltimore Rescue Organization
Get ready to get your ‘arf’ on at the inaugural fundraiser for Baltimore’s newest animal rescue organization, AARF (Animal Allies Rescue Foundation, Inc.), a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the rescue and adoption of abandoned, abused, homeless and neglected animals.
You can pack with the cool cats and big dogs, Thursday, July 12, 2012, 6-10 PM at… more
WAG THE FLAG: Fourth of July Fun for Fido and Family in Annapolis
After consuming all those hamburgers and hot dogs, it’s good to know you can walk off a few calories in the 9th Annual Crabtowne Canines Parade in Annapolis. The ever-irrepressible Michelle Kownacki, owner of PAWS Pet Boutique on State Circle, continues to rally for Rovers everywhere and this annual event is… more
Westies and Wine: A Fundraiser for Maryland Westie Rescue at The Wine Bin
It stands to reason that connoisseurs of canines are also wise about wine. Enter Ellicott City’s The Wine Bin (http://www.winebinec.com) who, since they opened, have held a “Yappy Hour” on the property of their boutique wine store on Main Street the first Friday of every month. This Friday, June 1st, The Wine Bin welcomes Maryland Westie Rescue… more