BARCS Adoptable Dogs: Meet Hart

| August 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Hi everyone! My name’s Hart, and I’m only 5-years-old! My friends at BARCS say I’m a real gem, and I think it’s because I really love cuddling and getting belly rubs. In fact, I’ll flop right onto my side so you have easy access to my belly-no excuses for not petting me!

I came to BARCS after a nice person found me wandering around Baltimore City. While there were lots of fun things to sniff along the way, I’m glad I have lots of food to eat and comfy blankets to sleep on now. My friends at BARCS have been telling a lot about how I’ll find a “forever home” soon with snacks, snuggles and places to sleep! I can’t wait to find my family!

Is my forever home with you? I promise to be the Best Girl Ever™. The team at BARCS even told me that my adoption fee is waived thanks to our Dog Days of Summer adoption event.

Visit me today at BARCS. You won’t regret it!

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 these pups, please visit the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS), located at 301 Stockholm St., Baltimore, MD. 21230.  For directions:  BARCS is open to the public Monday through Friday 2pm-6pm and Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm.  Please visit their website at to see these and other wonderful animals waiting hopefully for their forever homes.

For information about volunteering for BARCS, please contact or visit the website.  If you are interested in fostering, please contact  If you cannot adopt or foster the dogs but would like to help them on their quest to find a forever family, please share their story via social media or donate through the BARCS website.

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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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