Monday, February 27, 2012

Adoption Monday: Urgents Queenstown, MD

Jackie needs out now!!

Jackie is a 1 year old female pit at Queen Anne County Animal Control, in Queenstown, MD.

She urgently needs a foster or rescue. 

This sweet girl came to the shelter as a stray.She had just given birth to puppies. She is super sweet, walks well on a leash and is very loving. This shelter has many Pitbulls and, like Jackie, they have all been there for many, many months. This is a rural shelter that doesn't get allot of adoptions of Pitbulls. She is VERY URGENT as she is becoming more stressed by the day.
Jackie is very loving and gives the best hugs.

Very urgent! Bleek is in dire need of getting out fast. 

Bleek is a 6 year old Pit Bull/Boxer mix. He is decompensating and he needs a foster or an adoption fast. Bleek is a good guy, he gets along with other dogs, he loves people and A/C just fixed his eyes so they do not tear as much. Bleek is neutered, up to date on shot and heartworm negative.
Bleek has been at A/C since last October, please please help him get out of there before it is too late.

Pebbles  has been at A/C since last September. 

She is a wonderful dog, she has been to many adoption events and does very very well. She is very smart and can learn almost anything you would want to teach her.
She is stuck in her kennel for long periods, she can jump the fence in the play yard so they do not let her out.
She is really in desperate need to get out of A/C.

She is so very beautiful. Spayed, up to date on shots and heartworm negative. Please help save her life, she deserves so much better. She is fine with other dogs as well.
To help these dogs, please contact Ginny at


The Queen Anne’s County Department of Animal Services provides a variety of animal related services.  Some of these include housing pets available for adoption, responding to calls for assistance related to domestic animals, responding to wild animal calls when an animal presents eminent danger to a human being or there is human interaction (for all other wildlife situations, please call Department of Natural Resources 410-758-2890).  Animal Services also presents educational programs to schools and community groups and as well coordinates pet fostering and pet adoptions.

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