May 14, 2014, Reisterstown, MD – Baltimore Humane Society, a no-kill shelter in Reisterstown that offers care for homeless animals, a low-cost veterinary center for the public, and a pet cemetery with grief support services, unveiled its new website, http://bmorehumane.org, designed by Warschawski Advertising Agency in Mt. Washington, Maryland.
The site design was won by Baltimore Humane Society after Warschawski held a contest for non-profits. A prize of a newly designed website was awarded to the organization with the most votes. The site features all the adoptable animals updated daily, events, and even a page where the public can help get pets adopted by printing and posting adoption flyers. There are also pages where donations can be made for programs like the Yukon Medical Fund, pet sponsorship, and memorial and honorarium donations. A donation Wish List can also be accessed. The no-kill shelter’s colors, wine and blue, accent the website.
Other interesting and highly informative sections on the new and improved Baltimore Humane Society website include:
Veterinary Wellness and Spay/Neuter Center – a low cost center for those unable to afford regular veterinary care including vaccinations, annual exams, nail trimming, microchips, and flea and tick preventatives
Pet Cemetery – the area’s only full service public pet cemetery that also offers free grief support services
Volunteering – information and registration to become a volunteer
Education – humane education outreach programs for the area schools, churches, summer camps, and youth groups.
Senior of the Month – features adoptable dogs and cats ages 7 and up
Foster Care – learn how you can temporarily help a homeless dog or cat
Pets for Patriots – a program for all active and inactive military that gives free pet adoption and discounted veterinary care for the life of the adopted pet
Birthday Parties – celebrate with a program at the no-kill shelter
History – Read the interesting history of the Baltimore Humane Society, founded in 1927. Learn about almost a century of the rich history of the shelter which was founded in Pikesville by Elsie Seeger Barton.
Online Store – BHS merchandise available for purchase