Animal ID: rexrex (male) Pit Bull Mix Age: Young Adult Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament Health: Needs to be Neutered, Vaccinations Current Rex Sex: Male Breed: Pit bull Age:1-2 years old Up to date on vaccinations Flea Meds Microchipped $75.00 Animal Location:Marion Animal Care and Control1021 East State Road 18Grant County Marion, IN 46952 MAP IT! Contact: 765-668-4491 during buissness hours Facebook: Email to Friend Problems/Corrections Mark As Unavailable
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Marion County Animal Services added 2 new photos. · January 21 at 5:38pm · Yesterday, our longest resident in adoption, Rommel, found a home. Even though he's an older dog, he has lots of energy. We think the perfect family finally walked into his life! Hunter was very afraid of everything in the kennel. When people would walk by his cage, he was usually too scared to move. His eyes were so wide and fearful that you almost felt bad to look at him for too long.
Our staff has been working with and socializing him at our front desk and it paid off. He was adopted yesterday, too! Thank you to these families who opened their homes to two of our most needy shelter dogs. We truly appreciate you!Marion County Animal Services added 28 new photos. · January 20 at 4:00am · Do you know what today is? IT'S #CATURDAY! Please come in to MCAS today to help the homeless.
Cats don't belong in a shelter, they need to run, play, and do silly things to be the star of the next great cat video! We KNOW we've got a few stars here! www.marioncountyfl.org/animal+25Marion County Animal Services shared Marion County, Florida's post. · January 19 at 4:46am · Marion County, FloridaJanuary 18 at 4:17am · Thank you, Belleview, for standing up for animal welfare!Belleview opts into Molly's LawMolly's Law, which established a list of convicted animal abusers in Marion County, is named for the dog who was stabbed and beaten in 2014 by a man laterocala.
comMarion County Animal Services shared The Dodo's video. · January 18 at 6:37am · We're in for another hard freeze tonight. Call 671-8727 to report dogs on tethers and trapping violations. Trapping is not permitted under 50°. Our Florida pets and livestock are not accustomed to extreme cold. They depend on you to keep them safe. https://www.facebook.com/thedodosite/videos/1473268149474522/It looks like you may be having problems playing this video.
If so, please try restarting your browser.CloseVet Films Himself In A Freezing Doghouse For 4 HoursPosted by The Dodo8,871,323 Views8,871,323 ViewsThe DodoJanuary 6 at 11:04am · This vet filmed himself inside a freezing doghouse for 4 hours on a winter day to show what it's like for a dog. His body temperature dropped dramatically and he almost couldn't take it: "No animal should suffer like this.
"Marion County Animal Services · January 17 at 3:55pm · A hard freeze notice has been issued for Marion County and outdoor animals will be affected. Cats, dogs, and small animals need to be brought indoors. Protect your caged animals. Move exotic birds to a warm location, away from drafts. Rabbits, chicken coops, and farm animals need to be prepped for this weather. Straw is a great insulator and should be given to outdoor animals.
Your horses may need blankets. All animals need more food to maintain their body temperature. Water... in bowls, bottles, and troughs may freeze. Our Florida animals do not have time to grow a winter coat- they are going to need you to keep them safe. Please take in a stray if you can. Lost pets may not know how to find adequate shelter. Report animal tethering and humane treatment violations to 671-8727.
See MoreMarion County Animal Services added 2 new photos. · January 16 at 11:35am · Extreme overnight cold is headed our way again. Prepare now by going out and buying straw or other necessary materials for outside animals. Make sure it stays dry. Use tarps, pallets or plywood to block wind. Some horses should be blanketed. Remember not to let your pet's water freeze. You must also provide extra food for outdoor animals when it's cold to help them maintain their body temperature.
Indoor birds and pocket beds should be moved away from windows. Lastly, take in a stray if you can- lost animals may not have the skills to find adequate shelter. Tethering is against the law. Trapping is not permitted under 50°. Call 671-8727 to report animal control violations. Try to help each other’s pets and talk to those who may not follow us on Facebook. Please share to help us spread the message.
Marion County Animal Services · January 15 at 4:58am · Marion County Animal Services · January 11 at 6:53pm · Have you ever thought that someone should be doing more to help homeless shelter animals? If so, we'd love to invite you to be one of the solutions! Fill out a foster application today. Our greatest need is for cat/kitten foster parents. We supply the food and litter. You supply the room and care for only a short-term commitment.
Submit your application here- http://www.marioncountyfl.org/home/showdocument?id=618 Take a look at this video featuring one of our foster parents feeding his soul with some kitten love...In today's hectic world, don't you need some of that fulfillment in your life? Stay home and be adored! Please share to help the furry babies!It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.
CloseFoster lovePosted by Marion County Animal Services2,438 ViewsMarion County Animal Services · January 9 at 11:03am · Come by and see us today! Play with some dogs, pet the cats, or just pay us a visit because it's Tuesday! www.marioncountyfl.org/animalMarion County Animal Services · January 6 at 7:58am · Lucy has returned from foster care and is ready for a new home. Her foster mom told us that she is tolerant of small children, but not super excited about them.
LOL. However, she loves other cats and is a playful, fun-spirited four month old. Her vaccines are current and she's been spayed, microchipped, and is all set to leave our shelter. We told her it's #Caturday, so she's hoping to find a new mom or dad today. Don't let her down!Marion County Animal Services added 5 new photos. · January 5 at 7:48am · These little beauties have come back from foster care this week and are now ready for their forever homes.
They are waiting for you at the Lady Lake PetSmart. Wouldn't it be nice to have a sweet little purring kitten nuzzling up against you right now? Or two? We even offer half price adoption fee on the second! Bring some warmth into your home and change a life! Please share to help the homeless.+2Marion County Animal Services · January 4 at 11:52am · FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 8PM - 10AM. Wind Chill factor will be as low at 19°F! You MUST make preparations for your animals.
Pets and farm animals need additional care. In yesterday's post, we asked people what they have done and for their helpful tips worth sharing. Here's what they had to say. Please add yours in the comments! Monika’s suggestion- Straw is very inexpensive and a lifesaver! We fill several large boxes with a small hole cut into them, with straw, and l...eave them all over the property for stray cats and any other critters that feel the need to stay warm.
Straw is an insulator and is a nice warm spot for outdoor animals. It is also what our mare (with her blanket on) sleeps on. OBS Feed, Seminole, and several other feed stores carry straw. You can even offer it to your neighbor that may not know what to do. Of course, all pets should be brought inside, but I would rather offer some comfort to a dog left outside because they do not have a say in coming inside or not.
Terry’s suggestion- This is a good time to use pallets. Stuff them with hay, cardboard or straw and make a wind break. Wal-Mart and the dollar stores will let you have all the cardboard you want. Use it for cold floors and the ground. Don't forget- NO TETHERING/NO TRAPPING. Humane treatment is the law. Call Animal Control to report violations. 671-8727. Please share! See MoreMarion County Animal Services · January 4 at 6:30am · Attention: There will be no rabies clinic on the Neuter Commuter today.
We will still have our clinic on Saturday from 2-3pm at the Animal Center.Marion County Animal Services · January 3 at 5:17pm · We are in for a long freeze, and outdoor animals will be affected. Cats, dogs, and most small animals need to be brought indoors. Protect your caged animals. Move exotic birds to a warm location, away from drafts. Rabbits, chicken coops, and farm animals need to be prepped for this weather.
Your horses may need blankets. All animals need more food to maintain their body temperature. Remember that the rain left the ground cold and damp and some of that water will freeze. Anim...al bedding may be wet and if so, must be replaced. Our Florida animals do not have time to grow a winter coat- they are going to need you to keep them safe. Please take in a stray if you can. Report animal tethering and humane treatment violations to 671-8727.
See MoreMarion County Animal Services · January 2 at 7:05am · Attention: There will be no rabies clinic on the Neuter Commuter today. We will still have our clinic on Wednesday and Saturday from 2-3pm at the Animal Center.