A plea for Cody…

A plea for Cody…

When Cody came to the SPCA of Anne Arundel County, we noticed that while he was a sweet, fun-loving boy, he was also limping. This 3 year old, 111 pound Malamute was struggling and had a hard time walking. After a visit to the vet, we found that poor Cody has bilateral ligament tears. This causes him an immense amount of pain every second of every day. He can’t walk without the support of a volunteer and a sling. He’s been receiving cold laser treatments to help a bit with the pain but ultimately, Cody will need surgery to provide a permanent solution.

At 111 pounds, Cody has a lot of weight pushing on his already strained legs. He yelps in pain every time he walks. It’s so sad to watch such a happy guy feel so badly.

His surgery is very costly so we are looking to our ever-supportive community to help. Cody deserves to live the best, happiest, pain-free life. Through your donations, we can help him get there.

Click the link below if you’d like to contribute to Cody’s surgery. When donating, make sure you specify you are donating to the “Betsy Medical Memorial Fund” to ensure your donation goes towards Cody’s care,

Donate HERE for Cody’s surgery


Thanks to #TeamSPCA‘s amazing volunteers, donors, and supporters, we were able to reach our goal of raising $7,000 to fund Cody’s double knee surgery! He is currently healing up and enjoying his Physical Therapy.

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UPDATED 3/24/2020 010:15

Dear Friends of the SPCA of Anne Arundel County,

As you’ve read in the press or seen on the news, the number of cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

in the United States has drastically increased over the last few days. Without any signs of slowing — and with

the speed that the virus is spreading — we have modified our existing shelter visitation policies. 

Our focus remains on the health and safety of our employees and volunteers who are vital to the care of all our

four-legged guests.

-Until at least Monday, March 30 to comply with the current executive order of the Governor's Office, our shelter is closed to the public. Select services have moved to appointment ONLY. There will be no exceptions made.

-This includes animal surrenders, new donation drop off, Spay and Neuter Clinic appointments, foster animal appointments or any other business. Animal  viewings and adoptions are not being offered at this time.

       -We are only accepting donations of new supplies. Again, donation drop offs are by appointment only. 

-This policy will allow us to honor the practice of "social distancing," keeping of at least 6' away from one another to help contain the spread of the virus.

We also urge all potential visitors to  consider postponing scheduling appointments at our shelter

if you are showing any symptoms of the virus. We will continue to closely monitor the outbreak of

COVID-19 and return to our existing policies as soon as we feel confident in our safety.

Don't worry, our staff will still be on hand  to take care of the shelter animals and give them lots of love & care.

For more information on the pandemic, please visit:


Please be advised we will be closed to the public on May 10th, 2018 - because we're getting a facelift!

The Keller Williams Flagship of Maryland (Millersville, MD) and its associates will be revitalizing the SPCA of Anne Arundel County’s Adoption Site for their annual RED Day Project! Please consider volunteering man hours on the event day or expressing your thanks on their Facebook page!

Should you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Jessica Busch at (443)308-8116 or jessicabusch@kw.com or Greg Fisk at (410)507-7262 or greg@baygreenproperties.com.

Thank you, Keller Williams!

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