Nine Dogs Adopted Through Diamond Dog Program in 2017

By Bowie Baysox | October 11, 2017 1:15 PM

BOWIE, Md. - 2017 proved to be a successful year at Bowie Baysox games for the Diamond Dog of the Game as a total of nine dogs found new homes over the course of the season.



This marked the second year of the program and a total of 14 dogs have now been adopted over those two seasons.


The focus of the Diamond Dog of the Game program is to find suitable homes for dogs in the area that are in need and also to raise more awareness regarding pet adoption.


The Baysox partnered with seven local organizations to bring different canines out to the ballpark on a nightly basis: Chesapeake Cats & Dogs, Humane Society of Calvert County, Partnership for Animal Welfare, PG County Shelter, SPCA of Anne Arundel County, SPCA/Humane Society of Prince George's County and Bowie CLAW.


Below is a list of the dogs that were brought home by various families during the 2017 season:


Belle-Keeshound                                            Humane Society of Calvert County

Bugs-Greyhound & Dutch Shepard Mix        SPCA/Humane Society of PG County

Emmy-Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever   Partnership for Animal Welfare

Murphy-Older Mixed Breed Dog                   Bowie CLAW/Black Dogs & Co.

Harry-Beagle                                                   Bowie CLAW/Beagle Rescue of So. Maryland

Zack-Black Lab                                              Bowie CLAW/LRCP

Rosie-Beagle                                                   Humane Society of Calvert County

Luna-Beagle Mix                                            SPCA/Humane Society of PG County

Matilda-Redbone Coonhound                         Chesapeake Cats & Dogs


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