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Programs

Below is a listing of the current programs and campaigns being featured at the SPCA of Anne Arundel County.
Click on any program to learn more!

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Support animals and heart health by walking your dog through Westfield Annapolis Mall before it opens for customers. Take pictures with SPCA's Lucky Dog and the Dare to C.A.R.E. Heart, meet adoptable animals and HAVE FUN!
*all dogs must be leashed, preferably on a non-retractable leash*

By using our referral link to try Rover, they will donate a portion of the proceeds to the SPCA. Get Started on Rover!

Sign up at giving assistant and divert part of your purchase to benefit the SPCA. Visit Giving Assistant. 

Try chewy.com and they will donate $20 to the SPCA. Try now.

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Use the code SPCAofAnneArundelCounty when you place your order. 

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Support the SPCA simply by walking your dog. Start walking.

The more wine you sip, the more lives you save! A portion of the wine sales from Benefit Wine - when purchased off our organization-specific website - will go towards helping the animals at the SPCA. Shop now!

 

The SPCA of Anne Arundel County is proud to be a Partner for Pets! BISSELL and LostPetUSA.net have teamed up to help organizations like ours raise money, and now you can help too! When you purchase pet products on bissell.com and enter the code ADOPT at checkout, you can request that a portion of your purchase is donated to our organization! Shop now

 

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Kitnip Box

When you sign up for KitNipBox today and enter the coupon code AACSPCA, you'll save 15% on your first box and 5% of each order will be donated to the SPCA! (Starter box excluded). 

Landmarks Great Deals

Take advantage of Landmarks' Deals and help raise funds for the SPCA!  Every time you purchase a Landmarks Deal, they will donate $1 to the SPCA--just be sure to click on us in the dropdown menu!

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By sponsoring an animal at our shelter, you are making a positive impact on the many homeless animals we have in our care. Your generous contribution will go towards shelter, bedding, food, veterinary care costs, toys, and treats for that specific animal. Additionally, you will receive the satisfaction of knowing that specific animal will live a good life because of your kind sponsorship.

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Current Seniors for Seniors

 

Senior for Seniors

The SPCA of Anne Arundel County's Senior for Seniors program will help you select a companion who will fit into your lifestyle and housing situation at a reduced adoption rate.

Research shows that companion animals can improve health and happiness, regardless of age, health, social or even economic status. Why not improve your overall well-being by adopting one of our lovable senior companions!

Benefits of adopting a senior pet:

  • Senior pets help their owner improve mental and physical health- lower blood pressure/ lower stress/ reduce depression;
  • Senior pets provide companionship;
  • Pet owners generally get more exercise and outdoor activity;
  • Senior pets are often calmer companions and are often already trained.

This program places senior cats and dogs (ages 7 years and older) with senior citizens who are 55yr + of age (standard adoption procedures apply).  The benefits of participating program include:

  • All pets go home vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and micro-chipped;
  • All senior pets adoption fee is 50% off;
  • All adoptions will receive an after adoption personalized phone call to find out how your pet is settling in.

Rediscover the joys of having a cat or dog in your life!  To participate in this program, please contact us at 410-268-4388 ext. 103.

 

 

 

 

 

The SPCA is offering an exciting new opportunity that we are confident that you will be interested in. Our Adopt-A-Cage Program will help us continue to care for the many animals in our shelter and help fund our community outreach programs. When you donate to Adopt-A-Cage, your name will be posted prominently on a dog or cat cage that the public can see.

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