New Montgomery County Maryland Animal Service and Adoption Center

About MCPAW public + private partnership This + million Animal Services & Adoption Center—in the planning for at least a decade—is mostly funded by Montgomery County Government. The County has turned to mcpaw for the additional dollars required to create a facility that can house and care for the County’s homeless or stray animals while they await new homes as well as provide animal care services needed in the community, including a veterinary clinic for spay/neuter services, rabies shots and other basic preventative pet care. animal services division The County’s Animal Services & Adoption Center is run by the Montgomery County Police Department and houses the Police Department’s Animal Services Division. These officers work hard to protect the animals and residents of the County, fielding more than 13000 calls each year on a range of complaints including animal attacks, aggressive and dangerous animals, cruelty and neglect complaints, animals at large, nuisance complaints, sick/injured and rabies suspect animals and many others. safe shelter for animals in need Montgomery County’s Adoption Center accepts every surrendered and homeless animal in Montgomery County, including dogs, cats, puppies and kittens as well as birds, reptiles, hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, goats, chickens and more. As the County grows, so does the demand for Animal Control Services and the need for humane care and shelter. We ask for your help urgently. The animals of Montgomery County deserve

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