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Rescue Organizations P.O. Box 203 Walkersville, MD 21793 just started like many of you reading and looking at pets online, wanting to add to my family pets ... and to my horror realized how many dogs were being put to sleep everyday. I decided I had to do something, it may be small but it is an attempt to make a difference. Here I am a small rescue, I have now helped rescue 4 total dogs, just to start. Would you like to get involved? We need your help, please drop me a line.
A small start up rescue just beginning it's journey to help pets out there. We are happy to introduce ourselves and three of our lovely fostered dogs looking for a forever family and home. We socialize and train our dogs and introduce them to the normal everyday life in a family. So that when you take them, you will know what to expect. I am a professional pet sitter by day and dog rescuer. I love what my job allows me to do and how I am able to work with dogs on a daily basis. This allows me many resources and information and training experience. We believe that correct training and socialization is key to raising a healthy happy member of the family and society. We look for responsible pet owners to love and open their hearts to our wonderful babies. We are also looking for fosters, if interested please drop me a line.
Rescue Organizations 10425 Daysville Road Walkersville, MD 21793 Tip Me Frederick (TMF) is the only all-volunteer, non-profit dedicated Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage (TNRM) resource serving Frederick County, MD and surrounding areas. TMF helps people who care about feral cats by providing them with the experience, expertise, and access to services to help them humanely manage cat colonies in their neighborhoods and on their properties. TMF’s services include: education and training in best practices for managing feral cats; loaning traps and assisting with trapping when needed; assisting with transport to low-cost veterinary clinics; and working with local veterinarians to provide access to low-cost or no-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services. TMF also works closely with Frederick County Animal Control (FCAC) to rescue feral cats to return them to their colonies or place them into new colonies or safe barn homes.