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The Humane Society of Wicomico is an independent animal rescue and shelter based in Salisbury, Maryland. The Humane Society of Wicomico County offers shelter for abandoned, wild, or reclaimed animals, animal control services, spay and neuter clinics, rabies clinics, micro-chipping services, and pet cremation. As a member of the Wicomico County community, the society sponsors open events such as the "Walk for Animals" which invite the public to interact with each other and their animals in a fun and constructive manner while raising awareness for related issues. The organization is completely funded by charitable donations and receives no assistance from national Humane Society or animal welfare establishments. 

For more information, contact:
The Humane Society of Wicomico County
5130 Citation Dr.
Salisbury, MD 21804
Phone: 410-749-7603
hswc@wicomicohumane.org

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