Animal Advocates of Howard County:
Animal Advocates of Howard County is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing the suffering of animals in Howard County area. Although society focuses primarily on the plight of homeless pets, they are also interested in animal health, safety, and environmental issues, and promote activities which strengthen the human-animal bond. Animal advocated of Howard County are actively involved in legislative issues regarding animal cruelty, and also those which affect wildlife.
Phone: (410) 880-2488
Howard County Cat club:
The Howard County Cat Club is dedicated to keeping cats out of shelters. The Society operates a behavior hotline to help cats and their human companions resolve their differences. The society also helps people place their no-longer-wanted cats in loving new homes, and assist feral colony caretakers with Trap/Neuter/Return.
For more information call: (410) 730-3679.
Howard County Dog Owners Group:
The Howard County Dog Owners Group, also known as HoCoDOG, was formed to actively pursue the establishment of an off-leash dog park in Howard County.
HoCoDOG worked with the Department of Recreation and Parks to open the county’s first dog park and is actively involved in its operation. Volunteers serve as park monitors (the “Paws Patrol”) and assist in making the park a safe and enjoyable place for dogs and their owners to play. HoCoDOG also raises funds for park amenities.
In addition to being the catalyst for Howard County’s first dog park, HoCoDOG also advocates responsible dog ownership and believes that the two work hand-in-hand.
Karen Wallace Karen,