Adopt a Pet: Baltimore Humane Society’s Pets of the Week

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Hi, there! My name is Little Mama. One day I walked into a nice lady’s yard with a big rope tied around my neck. You could tell that I had just given birth, but unfortunately, my puppies weren’t found. Nobody knows much about my past, but I was pretty scared at first; and sometimes I’m still a bit timid with some of the men I come in contact with. However, I continue to relax day by day, and I really enjoy going for long walks and playing with the staff members here in our play room! I chase Little Mama tennis balls, and my favorite toys are squeaky toys. I’m a really active girl and am working on basic manners; I’d love to show off some of my skills, and continue lessons with my new family! No one is quite sure how I might interact with other dogs so if you have another dog, the staff would schedule a meet-and-greet between us to see if we’ll get along. Sometimes I can get a bit over-stimulated, which can cause me to be a little mouthy at times; so if you have children, it would probably be best if they’re eight years or older. I’m a good girl in need of a loving, safe forever home. In return, I’ll give you a lifetime of love and affection! I can’t wait for us to begin our happy ever after!



Hello. My name is Ra and I was brought to BHS in a trap because I was found out in the wild on a farm. I was terrified when I came here and am still a bit scared. So please give me some time and be patient with me when we meet. Being in a cage is still very new to me; I like to hide in and under boxes . Even though I am shy, I hope you can see that I am still beautiful and deserving of a home. Please stop by to meet me. Thank you.

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