Adoption Application

Interested in adopting your future best friend?

Download and complete the adoption application and send it to marioncountyhumane@gmail.com. One of our MCHS staff members will contact you regarding your application.

ALL PETS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION

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Adoption Fees

Dog Adoption Fees

Puppies under 1 year
$200.00
Adoption Fee Includes:

  • Spay or neuter surgery

  • Rabies vaccination

  • Lifetime Microchip

  • Distemper/Parvo vaccination

  • Bordetella (Kennel cough) vaccination

  • Current Deworming

  • Current Flea Treatment

  • Heartworm Test

Dogs 1-10 Years
$175.00
Adoption Fee Includes:

  • Spay or neuter surgery

  • Rabies vaccination

  • Lifetime Microchip

  • Distemper/Parvo vaccination

  • Bordetella (Kennel cough) vaccination

  • Current Deworming

  • Current Flea Treatment

  • Heartworm Test

Dogs over 10 years
$125.00
Adoption Fee Includes:

  • Spay or neuter surgery

  • Rabies vaccination

  • Lifetime Microchip

  • Distemper/Parvo vaccination

  • Bordetella (Kennel cough) vaccination

  • Current Deworming

  • Current Flea Treatment

  • Heartworm Test

Cat Adoption Fees

Kitten
$65.00
Adoption Fee Includes:

  • Spay or Neuter Surgery

  • Rabies Vaccination

  • Fellocell 4 Vaccination

  • Current Deworming

  • Current Flea Preventative


Options Include:

  • Lifetime Microchip $10.00

  • FIV/FIP Test:  $10.00

Cat
$40.00
Adoption Fee Includes:

  • Spay or Neuter Surgery

  • Rabies Vaccination

  • Fellocell 4 Vaccination

  • Current Deworming

  • Current Flea Preventative


Options Include:

  • Lifetime Microchip $10.00

  • FIV/FIP Test:  $10.00

Adoption Information

You can view all of our adoptable dogs online. We update their availability regularly. If you see a pet you're interested in, contact the Marion County Humane Society.

Pet Introductions

If you need to introduce your pet(s) to our pet: We recommend visiting an animal first to make sure that it is a good candidate for your home, and so that you have free hands. If you decide you would like to proceed with a meet and greet, please bring your dog to the humane society and staff will assist you.

 

Please do not bring your dog into the kennel area. Instead, have someone you trust hold onto your dog and notify a staff member that you are here for the introduction, or you can leave them in your car if it is weather appropriate. MCHS staff will let your dog and our dog greet each other naturally.

 

Please plan on separating your newly adopted dog from your current dog on your drive home (in a kennel, for example), unless you have assistance.