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  1. The Greenbelt Animal Control is the only municipality in Prince George's County to have and operate their own shelter and adoption program. Every effort is made to place adoptable animals with appropriate adoptive homes. Adoptable animals can be visited at any time by appointment.

  2. The Animal Service Facility invites you to visit the animals at the state-of-the-art Animal Services Facility. Lost animals and animals available for adoption can also be viewed through the website. If you would like additional information about any of the animals available at our facility, please contact us at 301-780-7201.

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  4. www.pgspca.org › adopt › frequently-asked-questionsAdoption FAQs | PGSPCA

    We rescue exclusively from the Prince Georges County Animal Shelter. While thousands of animals are being euthanized in our county, we purposely choose not to import animals from other areas because the need is so great here. A highly trained intake coordinator screens and selects the animals we can save.

  5. The rescue's name was changed to Prince George Equine and Animal Rescue Society to incorporate our expansion into small animal rescue. Most recently, we have updated our name to Prince George Animal Rescue, truly reflecting all that we do. We are set a distance off the road with two creeks, a pond, trails and fields.

  6. Prince Georges County Code, Section 3-185.01, it is illegal to own or harbor a non-registered Pit Bull in Prince Georges County. To legally own a Pit Bull in the County, your pet must have been registered with the Animal Management Division prior to February 3, 1997 and maintain a current Pit Bull registration. The registration tag must be

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