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A veteran of state-level government relations, and a volunteer for animal shelters and sanctuaries, Emily Hovermale is the Maryland state director.
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Keep puppy mills out of Montgomery County by asking your council members to support Bill 50-14, which would stop the sale of puppy mill puppies at the county's pet stores.
Although Maryland generally prohibits the private possession of certain dangerous wild animals—big cats, bears, and primates—a loophole in the law allows many unqualified facilities to keep and breed these dangerous animals in unsafe, cruel conditions simply by obtaining a USDA license.
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From helping animals at our care centers, to assisting the HSUS Animal Rescue Team, to organizing community outreach, there are many ways you can volunteer. Learn More