While our mission speaks to preventing pet overpopulation, preventing acts of cruelty and neglect and providing a safe haven for animals of our community, another important goal is pet retention. All too often pet owners do not reach out to their local shelters, trainers or veterinarians. Talbot Humane wishes to be a resource for pet owners.
In cooperation with our local veterinarians, trainers and other animal related resources in our area, our hope is to offer solutions in order to help loved pets stay in their homes. Issues such as inability to afford acute medical care, litter box issues, inappropriate barking, destructive behavior, socialization, even life circumstance changes which may lead owners to need some assistance with feeding and care for a period of time. Our ultimate goal- pets stay in the home and reduce the number of animals entering local shelters.
If you are a pet owner experiencing problems and are in need of guidance or have considered surrendering a pet due to life circumstances please contact us today. Please email Dayniese Hurley at Dayniese@talbothumane.org or call (410)822-0107 and state that you are calling regarding tour retention services. We want to help keep the 2 and 4 legged members of your family together!
It’s true! we are giving services away at Talbot Humane! Now until December 31, 2017 Talbot Humane’s Spay/Neuter Midshore Program supported by grants from the Maryland Department of Agriculture, Snyder Foundation for Animals and private donors will be paying you back to spay or neuter your pet!
Here is the deal. Qualifying residents of Talbot or Dorchester Counties in MD will receive
Why you ask? Because your pet’s health and safety are extremely important to all of us at Talbot Humane. Talbot Humane wants to increase the chances of reunited lost pets and owners. One safe and effective way to provide identification is through having your pet microchipped.
For more information about being a part of the community of caring pet owners who have had their pets spayed or neutered, contact us today at 410-822-0107 or today!
Talbot Humane is so proud to announce we have joined forces with fellow Maryland humane and animal control facilities to place 2,000 cats and kittens in new homes during the month of July! Fees will be waived at all of these facilities and each one will have other special incentives.
Our open admission shelter could not do all we do without the support of adopters, donors, volunteers and well wishers. If you are considering adoption of a new cat or kitten, July is the right time to fall in love! We can’t wait to break this number and place these needy pets in loving homes, with your help!
The Following Shelters are Participating:
|Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne’s County||Frederick County Div. of Animal Control & Pet Adoption|
|Anne Arundel County Animal Control||Howard County Animal Control & Adoption Center|
|Baltimore County Animal Control||Humane Society of Carroll County|
|Baltimore County Humane Society||Humane Society of Harford County|
|BARCS||Humane Society of Washington County|
|Caroline County Humane Society||Maryland SPCA|
|Cecil County Animal Services||Talbot Humane|
|City of College Park Animal Control||Tri County Animal Shelter|
Easton, Maryland– In recognition of National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day on May 13, 2017, Talbot Humane is joining Hill’s Pet Nutrition and its network of animal shelter partners to encourage pet parents to fully consider their pets in their emergency planning.
In times of crisis, people are often told to leave their homes for a “short time,” only to find that they cannot return for days or even weeks. As a result, community animal shelters are overwhelmed with lost and separated cats and dogs following a disaster.
“Being prepared is the best step families can take to ensure that they and their pets are ready to face an emergency,” said Joann Fuller, who oversees Hill’s Pet Nutrition Food, Shelter & Love® program. “Plus, knowing that a kit is packed and ready to go can put families at ease.”
Hill’s annual campaign is aimed at educating pet families on ways they can stay safer and be better prepared to survive a disaster. This year, Hill’s enlisted the help of Talbot Humane and other shelter partners in its Hill’s Food, Shelter & Love® program to help raise awareness on the importance of becoming pet prepared.
“Helping our residents and pets during an emergency is extremely important to our organization.” Said Patty Quimby, Executive Director of Talbot Humane. “The Talbot Animal Disaster Services Team has been in place and ready to assist our residents during weather or other catastrophic emergencies where an emergency shelter would need to be opened since 2010. Providing the tools to our residents to be prepared in the event of an emergency is a priority.” Quimby adds, “Preparedness saves lives.”
Together with Hill’s, Talbot Humane suggests families build a Pet Emergency Go-Kit and store it with the rest of the family’s emergency preparations:
They also recommend the following Tips to Help Ensure Your Pet’s Safety in an Emergency:
Families looking to learn more about disaster preparedness and safety, as well as the Hill’s Disaster Relief Network, can visit HillsPet.com/PetPrepared or contact Talbot Humane (410)822-0107.
For the 3rd year our Talbot County high school guys are being GREAT sports and leaping out of their comfort zones for the animals in need! Come see a hilarious evening for the 3rd Annual Womanless Beauty Pageant! Each young man has a “coach” to show them the ropes, help them with their talent competition and make them beauties.
We know all of the students involved are truly beautiful inside and out for spending their time to raise funds for the animals of Talbot Humane. There are 2 winners that evening, Judges Choice and People’s Choice- that means YOU help choose with your donations! So bring some cash and be ready to pick your favorite contestant!
Tickets are $10 for adults, students $5. Refreshments will be available for sale too! Tickets are available at Talbot Humane, Little Rascals, Head to Tail Thrift and Vintage and Rise Up Coffee, or at the door.
Thursday April 13th at 7pm
Easton High School Auditorium
$5 for Students, $10 for Adults
Come out to support Talbot Humane and our Executive Director for our Guest BARKtender competition! This year 4 of our great Talbot Humane friends will be slinging drinks for the animals at Doc’s! Talbot Humane’s Executive Director is first up competing for the coveted trophy and most importantly raising cash for the animals of our community.
Drink and dinner specials will be to help those that need us most- 10% of the dinner bill from 5-7:30PM goes to the animals and fill the donation jugs too!
We hope you choose to join us this Thursday evening at Doc’s Downtown Grille. We thank Doc’s for always stepping up for the needs of Talbot Humane, supporters like Doc’s and you are why we believe…
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