Talbot Humane


RESOLVE to Save Lives in 2016!

2 LOW or NO Cost Programs to SAVE LIVES!



Good for your pet.
  • Spaying or neutering your pet can decrease the risk of diseases that are expensive to treat.
  • Pets that are spayed or neutered have up to an 85% lower risk of certain types of cancers and other serious health complications.
  • Animals that are fixed make better companions because they are not motivated to wander in search of a mate.
Good for you — eliminate annoying behavioral problems.
  • Altered animals are significantly less likely to mark or spray urine.
  • Female animals in heat can cry incessantly, act nervous and attract males from all around. Having your pet spayed eliminates the heat cycle.
  • Animals that have been spayed or neutered are less likely to bite, roam or get into fights.
Good for our community.
  • A compassionate society knows there is a better way to solve overpopulation than needlessly euthanizing unwanted animals.
  • Communities spend millions of dollars to control unwanted companion animals. Spaying and neutering helps reduce the number of strays and unwanted animals in our community.
  • Spaying or neutering reduces an animal’s desire to roam, resulting in fewer traffic accidents and neighborhood complaints of nuisance animals.


MD dept ag

Thanks to a generous grant from the Maryland Department of Agriculture and private funding, we are able to offer qualifying residents FREE spay/neuter services for ALL DOGS AND CATS within Talbot County and the City of Cambridge, Maryland.

Qualifications are simple. 

For more information or to make an appointment to have your dog or cat altered for FREE contact Ashley Marshall today at (410)822-0107 or ashleym@talbothumane.org



snyder foundation

  • Are you a Talbot County OR Dorchester  County resident?
  • Is your cat between the ages of 8 weeks and 3 years old?
  • Does your cat go outside or does he or she live outside all the time?

If you answered “Yes” to all of these questions you are eligible for this very special program regardless of income.  Project Feline Fix is targeted to prevent litters of kittens from arriving in Talbot County.  Thanks to a generous grant from The Snyder Foundation for Animals all cats 3 years old or younger, that are indoor/outdoor or outdoor only pets and owned by Talbot County or Dorchester County residents will be spayed or neutered for only $10- this includes the rabies and distemper vaccinations!  Lets prevent more litters of unwanted pets from entering our shelters and get your Feline Fixed.  To sign up for this program call Talbot Humane TODAY  (410)822-0107.

Happy Tails

Read successful adoption stories from those who have already adopted a pet from Talbot Humane.

View Stories
lost pet

Have You Lost Your Pet?

Please check this link and contact our office to report a missing pet.

Begin Your Search