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Animal Welfare Council

The Animal Welfare Council, created by Executive Order Number 15, is committed to the goal of promoting the sensitive and humane treatment of domestic animals and wildlife in Anne Arundel County

 
 

Animal Welfare Council

Council Mission

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The Animal Welfare Council is committed to the goal of promoting the sensitive and humane treatment of domestic animals and wildlife in Anne Arundel County.
 
To accomplish its mission the Council will make available all possible educational tools in support of the humane treatment of animals, promote special events designed to create awareness of its goals and review county laws and regulations pertaining to the care and treatment of animals in Anne Arundel County.

 

Council Members

The Animal Welfare Council, which has up to 16 members, advises the County Executive on promoting the ethical and humane treatment of animals. This advisory role includes recommending policy improvements, reviewing legislation, promoting pet ownership and volunteerism, and monitoring issues of animal cruelty.

Brown, Kelly
Buckner, Christina
Catlett, Robin
Cozzone, Wendy
Ingram, Lisa
Irvin, Meghan
Kenealy, Kelsey
Kirby, Michele (Mickey)
Kokosko, Mary
McDonough, Sue
Rude, Bob

   
 
 

Animal Welfare Council Meetings

No Meetings Scheduled
 
 
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