Oohh Sherrie, You’ll Find a Home! Hold on, Hold on!

| July 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Update:  Sherrie was adopted on June 19th!  

I’d like to introduce you to sweet Sherrie.  She is about a year old.  Don’t you love her markings?

Sherrie is a sweetheart and gets very excited about her walks and is full of playful energy outside.  She likes to lie on her back and twist from side to side in the grass… or dirt.  Everything is fun with Sherrie.  She calms down quickly after a walk or exercise and is very sweet and loving.  This little girl is eager to please and should adapt quickly to a new owner.  Sherrie loves people and other dogs and would love to join your family!

Adopting a shelter dog is truly saving a life. The shelters cannot save animals without support from the community in the form of adoptions, fostering, volunteering and donations.  If you would like to meet Sherrie, please contact Joe Miletti at JMiletti@barcsanimalshelter.org. If you are interested in fostering, please contact foster@baltimoreanimalshelter.org.  If you cannot adopt or foster Sherrie, but would like to help her find a loving forever family, please share her story via email or social media.

Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS) is located at 301 Stockholm St., Baltimore, MD. 21230. From Federal Hill, take Ostend St. past the post office, make a left on Sharp St. and follow the signs.  BARCS is open to the public Monday through Friday 2pm-6pm and Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm.

Visit their website at http://baltimoreanimalshelter.org/. For more information about volunteering, fostering or adopting from BARCS, please contact Joe at JMiletti@barcsanimalshelter.org.







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Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, Inc. (BARCS) is a non-profit organization created in July 2005. BARCS takes in homeless and unwanted animals in Baltimore City as part of its mission to provide sanctuary for all animals and to promote a more humane community.
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