Round Table Haven is a new rescue group in Southern Maryland. We are a small but strong and dedicated group of people who want to make a difference in our community. We all have experience working in local shelters and/or vet offices. Using that expertise, we are shaping this rescue in order to be a place where we can help animals while educating and assisting the public as well. Please read our mission statement below. If you would like to volunteer for us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Round Table Haven’s mission is to promote animal welfare, to encourage and strengthen the human/animal bond, and to prevent the overpopulation of animals. RTH’s mission is accomplished through its numerous programs including providing a safe haven for animals, pet adoption, spaying and neutering, humane education, and pet behavior training and counseling. RTH prides itself on being a transparent organization, and welcomes input from the community.
Our Adoption Process...
When adopting from Round Table Haven, we do ask that you fill out an application and give a vet reference. If you are adopting a dog and currently have dog(s), we do ask that a meet and greet is done to see how the dogs get along. Below are our prices for adopting from us: All cats (any age) adopt one, get a second half price Cats – $75 Cats (ten and older) - $50 Kittens (six months and under) – $125 Dogs – $200 Dogs (seven and older) - $125 Puppies (six months and under) – $250 Small Pocket Pets - $5 Rabbits - $45 Ferrets - $40 Guinea Pigs - $10 Hedgehogs - $50 Sugar Gliders - $100 Parakeets - $15 Large Birds - Varies Reptiles – Varies Livestock - Varies
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