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UNLEASHED Runs St. Michaels this Spring!

UNLEASHED for Talbot Humane is back and running local this Spring! UNLEASHED is in it’s 11th year of raising funds for the pets and programs served by Talbot Humane. This Spring we are running the St. Michaels Running Festival on May 20th. We are excited to invite the community- weekend warriors to confirmed couch potatoes to join us in taking ordinary people and helping them do extraordinary things for themselves and the animals. 

Don’t let the idea of having never run, or having to raise funds stop you from coming out. We promise- you will be able to do both! We help you every step of the way with both training and fundraising. Remember, you can do anything you put your heart and mind to! 

Upcoming Dates:
  • Saturday February 18th at 11A: Informational Meeting at Talbot Humane (cottage next door) 
  • Saturday February 25th at 7A: First Day of Training- Rails to Trails parking lot next to TC Board of Education Building
  • Saturday March 25th: Last day to join 

For more information, questions or to just talk to someone about the program please email Coach Amy at talbothumanevolunteer@gmail.com or Coach Patty at patty@talbothumane.org or call us at 410-822-0107. 

Give Your Heart to Talbot Humane!

Whether Madly in love or heartbroken this Valentine’s Day we have a way YOU can help the animals! 

Share your love by helping us decorate the shelter with a heart professing your admiration for a love, a bestie or a pet!

Heartbroken or really ticked off at an ex? Well…. you can help the animals too- let us write their name in a litter pan! 

 

Only $5 per entry- all to help the animals spending Valentine’s day without a best friend- yet! 
Fill out the link here and get started!
https://hipaa.jotform.com/pattycquimby/give-your-heart-to-talbot-humane

Donate for a Quote

Our friends  are stepping up for the animals of Talbot Humane. Greg Haddaway of State Farm, Easton will be donating $10 for every quote given if you mention Talbot Humane when you request a quote!  Contact Greg today at greg.haddaway.e3up@statefarm.com   call 410-822-7480 or visit 817 Arcadia Street, Easton MD 21601

Homes For the Holidays at Talbot Humane

For the month of December we are working our tails off to clear the shelter of our pets in need of loving homes!
Dogs: 1/2 adoption fee. Specific dogs for adoption may have no adoption fee!
Felines: NO adoption fee
Small Mammals: NO adoption fee

 

Visit our pets for adoption Monday- Saturday 11A-close, we also have cats at PetSmart in Easton, MD.  Get a head start on the application and submit electronically today! ADOPTION APPLICATION/

Holiday Photos for Cause

 

Steve Lingeman, local photographer and author of the Talbot People Project is helping the animals served by Talbot Humane this holiday season. Steve is looking to add some more “Talbot People” to his project and help the animals at once!

Steve will be booking photo shoots for people and pets.

Cost is $50 donation per shoot.

  • Each participant will receive
  • 3  – 5″x7″ print
  • 1 – 8″ x 10″ print
  • Digital copies emailed or text to you

Steve will provide Santa Hats or Reindeer antlers- fun things! 

Who knows, your story and photo may make it into “Talbot People” (with your permission of course!)

 

  • WALK IN DATES: it is HIGHLY encouraged you call ahead if you plan to walk-in:  410-253-0946
      • December 3&4;  10 &11
      • January 14 & 15
To learn more about Steve and his project visit: https://www.stevelingeman.com/talbot-people

Ladies Night at the Boutique!

Start your evening with Talbot Humane in the Pop-Up Shop in the cottage next to the shelter- 7894 Ocean Gateway, Easton. Then move into town for dinner and gallery surfing already in a holiday mood for First Friday AND Midnight Madness! 
We’ll have holiday libations and savory and sweet finger food. Think “cocktail party” with the added bonuses of raffles, door prizes and shopping opportunities in a festive atmosphere.
Bring your friends and help our community’s needy companion animals. 

Santa Claus is Coming to Town- Twice!

 
Santa is Back! Come join us for photos with Santa! You can catch him at the Pawsitively Fabulous Pet Boutique twice this season!
Sunday November 27th Noon-3P 
Sunday December 11th Noon-3P 
Each PRINT is $10 all to benefit the animals of Talbot Humane! 

13th Annual Cookie Walk Returns!

The 13th annual Cookie “Walk” returns! Let our volunteers do the baking for you.
••• Cookies must be pre-ordered. Orders close on Saturday December 10th at NOON •••
•••Pick up site has changed•••
This year order pick up will be located at the Talbot Humane Pop Up Holiday Shoppe- The Pawsitively Fabulous Pet Boutique located directly next to Talbot Humane on Rt 50. 
Pickup time 10A-5P 

 

Link to order:  2022 Talbot Humane Cookie Walk Order Form

If you are someone who prefers to pay cash or check, you will need to come to Talbot Humane before December 10th to fill out the order form and pay. 

Are you interested in be a baker? We want you! Contact our volunteer coordinator today talbothumanevolunteer@gmail.com 

Talbot Humane teams up to save more lives

Easton, Maryland — Talbot Humane is partnering with Caroline County Humane Society (CCHS) and Best Friends Animal Society as part of Best Friends’ Prince and Paws Shelter Collaborative Program with a goal of increasing lifesaving for dogs and cats entering Caroline County Humane Society.

 

The shelter collaborative program matches shelters that are leaders in animal welfare with shelters that are working to save more animals. The goal of the partnership is to achieve as close as possible to a 90% save rate at Caroline County Humane Society by the end of the year grant program. This would mean that 90% of the dogs and cats entering their care leave alive, understanding that some animals will be too medically or behaviorally fragile to be released. Best Friends helps to facilitate these matches, works with peer mentors to create a contract that includes clear grant parameters, provides mentors with seed grants, and offers ongoing training and coaching to mentors and fellows.

 

Talbot Humane is a national leader in animal welfare and was chosen to partner with Caroline County Humane Society because they have experience overcoming many of the challenges CCHS faces each day.

 

“We are both open admission shelters on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Talbot Humane has faced many of the same challenges over the years CCHS is seeing such as unmanaged free roaming cat populations and lack of resources for pet owners. We know with community support and the passion of their staff and volunteers CCHS will be able to increase their save rate. This mentorship is something we are proud to be a part of as we have worked together with Caroline County Humane Society for several years.”  said Patty Crankshaw-Quimby, Executive Director of Talbot Humane.

 

Through the shelter collaborative program, Best Friends will be providing grant funding to cover the expenses associated with achieving the partnership’s goals. Caroline County Humane Society will use the funding to implement nationally recognized proven strategies to decrease unnecessary intake and increase adoptions, community engagement and rescue partnerships. These proven strategies have been successful at saving dogs and cats at Talbot Humane.

 

Together, Talbot Humane and Caroline County Humane Society expect these strategies to eliminate the need to euthanize healthy adoptable animals at Caroline County Humane Society.

The shelter collaborative program is a cornerstone of Best Friends Animal Society’s goal of making America a no-kill nation by 2025, according to Carrie Ducote, National Senior Strategist for the Shelter Collaborative Program.

 

“Creating and sustaining no-kill in communities across the country will only be possible if shelters, community members and other stakeholders work together,” Ducote said. “As more organizations collaborate to save the lives of homeless pets, we will achieve no-kill in every shelter and every community by 2025.”

 

About Best Friends Animal Society

Best Friends Animal Society is a leading animal welfare organization working to end the killing of dogs and cats in America’s shelters by 2025. Founded in 1984, Best Friends is a pioneer in the no-kill movement and has helped reduce the number of animals killed in shelters from an estimated 17 million per year to about 347,000. Best Friends runs lifesaving programs across the country, as well as the nation’s largest no-kill animal sanctuary. Working collaboratively with a network of more than 3,300 animal welfare and shelter partners, and community members nationwide, Best Friends is working to Save Them All®. For more information, visit www.bestfriends.org 

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