Pugh Zoo Rescue is dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned or unwanted animals in danger of death, abuse or neglect.
What's New at Mutt Mart
We are OPEN regular hours Monday September 4th 11am - 7pm for all your holiday shopping needs :)
Bella’s Bully Buddies is an all volunteer, non-profit organization whose mission is to rescue "pit bull" dogs from abuse, neglect and abandonment. While the dogs are in our care, we provide excellent nutrition, training and enrichment, veterinary care and lots of love in our network of foster homes.
We are expanding our dog food options, and for a limited time you can purchase them at up to 30% off! When you try 1 new product, you get 10% off that product. When you try 2 new products, you get 20% off both new products. When you try 3 or more new products, you get 30% off ALL new products! Stop in to see all the new & discounted products!
Join us at the Canton Waterfront for WTMDs First Thursday Concert! The event is FREE, there are multiple bands playing on 2 stages, and there are lots of cool food and retail vendors. You're welcome to bring your dog to the event if crowds and loud music do not bother him/her. Stop by our booth for a chance to win fun prizes and snag some cool merch at a discount.
MAS Rescue is a small 501(c)(3) non-profit group that is dedicated to helping unwanted shelter animals whose time has run out and whose destiny is deemed perilous. An all volunteer organization, we have a passionate desire to save as many shelter animals as possible and work tirelessly to provide all the love and care they need.
Meet adoptable dogs from the Beagle Rescue of Southern Maryland at Mutt Mart from 1-3pm on Saturday June 17th. 10% of Mutt Mart sales during the event will be donated to the Beagle Rescue so stock up on pet supplies for a great cause!
Bring Mom and join us for Baltimore's Best Dog-Friendly brunch held at Mutt Mart the 2nd Sunday of every month! Bring a $5 suggested donation for the SPCA and we will serve you a bottomless cup of Zeke's coffee and a doughnut. Meet adoptable animals from the SPCA.
The Maryland SPCA’s mission is to improve the lives of pets and people in the community. There is never a time limit for how long an animal can remain in the SPCA's care. SPCA does not receive operating funds from the government or the ASPCA. We will be raising money for the SPCA the month of May. Your support saves lives!