MidAtlantic Samoyed Rescue
PO Box 0526, Mayo MD 21106 / eisbearsamoyeds@juno.com / http://www.samrescue.com


Please let us introduce our Pet of the Month......
Kody

Kody is 13 yrs old and deserves comfort at this time in his life. His general health is pretty impressive -- bloodwork was excellent as was his urinalysis. He does have a little incontinence, slight cataracts and is a little stiff overall. He also has a little bit of a skin thing going on that we think is most likely due to previous lack of care/clean living conditions. Kody's mouth was pretty rotten when we first got him, but we've had his teeth cleaned, including 6 extractions. He also had a few lumps and bumps removed & he's now fully healed from all of that & is ready to find that special home that will give him the lifestyle he deserves!

Kody is good with other dogs, not so good with cats and because little children could be too rough on him, we'd like to avoid homes with those. He really loves attention and will appreciate the human(s) that take him in more than you can imagine!

Please contact us if your heart is open to adopting or fostering Kody.

Chief

About MidAtlantic Samoyed Rescue...
We are a group of volunteers who hate the idea of even one adoptable Samoyed being euthanized in a shelter, running scared in the streets, or in a bad situation. So, we've banded together to save those that we can. We provide foster homes, vet care, training, love & attention to homeless or unwanted Samoyeds until the perfect forever home can be found.

We cover Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, and parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization.

You can read more about us by visiting our main webpage.

If You are Interested in Adopting a Dog From Us...
The first step towards adopting a dog from our organization is to fill out & return our adoption application. The information we get from that will help us figure out which dog(s) might be a good fit for your situation. For instance, if you have small children/other dogs/cats, we will only consider dogs that we know to be good with kids/dogs/cats.

Once we have received your adoption application, we will contact you with any questions we might have and will arrange a convenient time to do a home visit. The home visit allows us to meet you in person, make sure the environment is safe for a Samoyed, and allows you to ask us any questions you might have.

After the home visit is done, when we have a dog that we feel might be a good match for you/your family, we arrange a time for you to meet. If all goes well, we take care of the paperwork & voila, you have a new member of your family!!

Adoption Fees
Our adoption fees range from $250-350, depending on the dogs. Our basic fee is $250, unless our expenses (shelter fees, vet care, etc.) exceeds that amount. If we've spent more than $250, we ask you to pay our expenses, up to $350. Any amount over $350 comes out of our funds. Seniors or special needs dogs may have their fees reduced, depending on the circumstances.....

We are an all-volunteer organization; your fees go towards helping the dogs!!

How You Can Help...
MidAtlantic Samoyed Rescue is an all-volunteer organization and we depend on help/donations to do what we do. We gratefully accept cash donations, which can be mailed to the address below or can be sent online via Paypal. If you'd like to make an online donation, please click on the paypal button:

In addition to monetary donations, we can always also use donations of:

Your donations are tax deductible as allowed by law as we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations should be sent to:

MidAtlantic Samoyed Rescue
2540 Johnson Road
Huntingtown MD 20936

In addition to donations, we also need:

If you would like to help with these things, please email us


To learn more about Samoyeds, or about Samoyed Rescue, please visit


Click here to see the dogs we currently have available for Adoption





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