4 dogs displaced by Hurricane Matthew await a new home in Baltimore

Posted at 4:03 PM, Oct 26, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-26 16:03:22-04

During the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, search and rescue teams worked around the clock to rescue pets separated from their families during the storm.

With resources and space limited, the Baltimore Humane Society’s no-kill shelter in Reisterstown has taken in four dogs from the Columbus County Animal Shelter in North Carolina.

Rylan, Sanford, Shiloh and Dawn made their way to Baltimore through the Brother Wolf Animal Rescue. 

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue has transported over 100 animals to no-kill shelters in Maryland, Georgia, Florida and Connecticut.

The dogs are all available for adoption at Baltimore Humane Society.

Dawn and Shiloh are 8-month-old hound/Beagle mixes. Rylan is a 2-year-old hound/terrier. Sanford, a 3-year-old German shepherd, needs treatment for heartworm and will need a foster home while being treated.

Baltimore Humane Society is also asking for donations to help pay for Sanford's treatment and the care of the other dogs.  

To donate or for more information, visit

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