BALTIMORE (WMAR) - B-More Dog, a group of dedicated pit bull owners and advocates, hosted Community Pit Bull Day on Saturday at Herring Run Park.
The group provided free and low cost vaccinations for dogs, but rabies vaccines were free, specifically, for pit bulls and pit bull-mix dogs.
Animal Advocates of Howard County provided free registration for free spay and neuter surgeries for pit bulls.
Aside from the free health care for the dogs, additional activities included a Leash & Collar Exchange, Ask the Vet, Ask the Trainer, and dog safety information for children.
In addition to Community Pit Bull Days, B-More Dog also coordinates monthly Pit Bulls on Parade at Baltimore's Inner Harbor to introduce the public to pit bull dogs and their owners.
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