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Animal Control/Animal Shelter Fairfax County, VA
The Shelter office is open 8:00A.M. to 6:00P.M. Tuesday through Friday, 8:00A.M. to 5:00P.M. Saturday. Adoption hours are 10:00A.M. to 5:00P.M .Tuesday through Friday, 10:00A.M.to 4:00P.M. Saturday. The Shelter is closed holidays. Animals are adopted to qualified applicants on a first come first serve basis. Adoptions begin at 10:00 A.M.. The finder of any stray animal has the first option of adopting the pet, providing he/she is qualified and submits a letter of intent to adopt. If the finder does not adopt the animal by 10:00A.M. on the date the animal is available, the adoption is forfeited to the next qualified applicant. Fairfax County reserves the right to conduct a home check prior to adoption.
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Animal Management Division (AMD) - Prince George's County
AMD offers several diverse Humane Education Programs free to schools, civic``and community associations throughout the County. The program topics``include pet care, responsible pet ownership, safety around animals, living``with wildlife and information concerning our spay/neuter services. The``animal shelter offers volunteer programs and provides occasions for students``to complete their community service volunteer requirement for graduation.``

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Animal Welfare League of Arlington
Adopt dogs, cats, domestic small animals such as rabbits and guinea pigs, birds. Applicants fill out forms and receive counseling on commitment involved and pet care and behavior. Spay/neuter and some vaccinations are included in adoption fees. Special program for applicants over 60 years old.
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Humane Society of Fairfax County
The Humane Society of Fairfax County is a non-profit, private organization established in 1968 by local concerned citizens to protect and rescue wild and domestic animals from cruelty, neglect and abandonment.
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Montgomery County Humane Society
In adopting a pet from an animal shelter, you accomplish something remarkable: you literally save a life. MCHS takes pride in its adoption program, through which nearly 3,500 pets each year obtain new beginnings in life. Whether unwanted by its previous owner or picked up as a stray and never claimed, each animal has suffered the fear and misery of being homeless. This is why the MCHS makes every effort to ensure that pets are placed only in good homes where they will be wanted, looked after, and loved for the rest of their lives.
``14645 Rothgeb Drive
``Rockville, MD 20850
``301) 279-1823

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Prince Georges County Shelter
The Prince George's County Animal Shelter receives hundreds of beautiful and loving animals in need of new homes. There are a variety of breeds of cats, dogs, rabbits and other species. Before looking into other options, please consider visiting the shelter and saving a valuable life.
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Washington Humane Society
At the Washington Humane Society, stray, outcast and abused animals get a second chance. No call for help goes unanswered, and no animal is turned away. WHS offers the following programs to ensure the welfare of Washington's animals: ``````Adoption - Animals are matched with thoroughly screened, caring, permanent homes.``Lost and Found - Lost animals are reunited with their friends.``Low cost spay/neuter clinic- Helping ensure fewer unwanted litters are born, only to end up homeless.``Public Education - Teaching kindness in public schools and the community at large.``Humane Law Enforcement - Safegaurding the welfare of animals by enforcing the law against cruely to animals.``Wildlife -Returning displaced, injured or orphaned wild animals to their natural habitats.``Emergency Medical Care - Helping the victims of abuse get the veterinary care they need..``Animal Control - Providing animal control services for the District of Columbia.``Sheltering - Two shelters (one under contract with the District of Columbia) provide a safe haven for lost, homeless and abused animals.
``1201 New York Ave., NE
``Washington, DC 20002
``202-576-6664 (24 hours)

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Westmoreland County Animal Shelter
We update our Pet List every Wednesday and Saturday evening. All stray dogs taken to the shelter have a 5-day period of``grace, after which they can be euthanized (those with collars get 10 days). Surrendered dogs (those with names in our list) can``go any day. With so many dogs coming in all the time, many do not get much extra time beyond the state requirement. We'll``put a special note on the bios for those dogs whose stay at the shelter has become one on death row.
``PO Box 1000
``Route 648
``Montross VA 22520
``Shelter Phone: 804-493-0869 (leave message)

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