Friday, August 30, 2019


Sal was rescued by a US soldier in Kuwait. He is currently looking for a home with a fenced yard and people who want a dog-dog-dogging-kinda-dog! He is all desert dog which means he’s slightly independent, pack-oriented, skittish of some things we consider normal, but loves to bond with his own pack and make himself a forever home. He has the absolute best smile! He prances like a little fox. He’s wonderful.

He’s 3 years old, neutered and current on vaccines. No small children. He likes some dogs.

Happy National Dog Day!🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕


Grab your dogs and come on by every 2nd Sunday (From Spring to Fall) for a fun morning of games and socializing at Howl in Hampden!

There will be kiddie pools for cooling off, a small obstacle course, ball pit, interactive toys, goodie bags, a prize wheel, dog treats, and information about all the services at Howl.

All interactive toys will be available for purchase either at Howl or from Eileen Gillan (She’ll be at the event).

These events are 100% FREE!!! However, we will be accepting donations; this month’s donations will go to Baltimore Humane Society. Any cash amount is appreciated but not required.

It’s only $1 donation to spin the prize wheel and there are lots of goodies on the wheel. Everyone who spins will win something (Some prizes will have the option for dog or cat so your kitties at home aren’t left out of the fun)!

SweetSide Cafe will also be there with coffee and other goodies for humans too!

These events will be held in the parking lot so the gate will be locked for everyone’s safety; there will only be street parking available. Please enter through the store to get into the event.
The gate will be open by 11am when the store opens so please make sure your dogs are on their leashes and ready to go before then.
You are solely responsible for your dog and their actions so please be mindful and courteous to those around you.

We hope to see you there!

Friday, July 26, 2019


A New Lease on Life!

Miss Sheba has a new lease on life considering that several weeks ago she almost died after a huge fall from a first floor balcony of a previous adopter’s home!

Background on Sheba:
She came to the US a few months ago from Kuwait and was an owner surrender. Sheba is partially blind. She seems to be able to see pretty well in broad daylight. In June, she was adopted but the unfortunate accident occurred three days after her adoption. It almost cost her life! Sheba pulled through with the help of caring fosters and medical care. She is now undergoing hydrotherapy rehab and is walking very well!

Want a dog who loves car rides and rides well? Sheba is your gal! Sheba went from DC to Maine over July 4 weekend! Want a dog who loves to walk and go on hikes? Sheba is your gal! She gets so excited when she sees her leash and harness!

Sheba is housebroken and crate trained. She needs a little coaxing and bribing when crating but she does go in it. She may bark for 2-3 minutes and that’s it. She loves her humans and wants to be with them all the time so the safest place for her when you aren’t home or in the room with her is in the crate. She doesn’t try to escape the crate. Or if you have a room that she can hangout in with no steps and no open windows, etc, that might work too. She will jump barriers to try to get to her humans so if you are going to shower, we suggest leaving her in her crate. She doesn’t try to escape her crate.

Sheba can sit and stand on command. She loves doing the Sit/stand exercises! Sheba loves all kinds of humans, big and little ones! One of her fosters had a 1 and 5 y/o and she did fine with them. Sheba loves going to cafes and the farmer’s market too! She’ll lay down nicely while you eat and enjoy your coffee! Currently, Sheba lives with 5 other dogs with her foster family. She doesn’t really play with the dogs but does coexist with them. Sheba is about 50 lbs and 2 y/o. She is on the thin side so we are trying to help her put on weight. She is on digestive enzymes plus a carbo load diet with each meal because of this!

If you are interested in adopting Sheba, her adoption fee is $350. And there will be a thorough home visit, rigorous interview, and reference checks.


Wacko, Yacko, and Dot are 3 siblings that were pulled from an open-intake shelter. The shelter was full and we all know what that means! So WAG is currently looking for a home or multiple homes for these little tigers. Wacko and Yacko are boys, and Dot is a girl. They all get along very well together but can be separated also. We always encourage kittens to be adopted in pairs or, in this case, triplets. Cats are tribal creatures and one kitten can be a trouble-maker without its siblings to keep it in line! Consider all three! Adoption fee is $100 each and there is a partial spay/neuter reimbursement. Located in Towson and can be adopted in the Baltimore area. Email or respond via message on our FB page.

Friday, July 12, 2019


Willard is still looking for his forever home!!
He was rescued from animal control in VA! He was on the euthanized list! We think it might have been because of his cherry eye!
Willard is about 2 y/o. He had his cherry eye surgery after our rescue pulled him from animal control. He is most likely a foxhound.
He loves the water! Loves other dogs, fine with cats, and loves people big and small!
Willard is a softie and loves to please. He walks nicely on a leash and also loves to run around in a yard or a dog park.
Willard is a kind doggy! Making him yours today!!
Home visit and reference checks required for adoption. His adoption fee is $350. He is up to date on shots, microchipped, and neutered.