My name is Jeremiah!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Knoxville, Iowa - Jeremiah
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I'm being cared for by:
Marion County Humane Society

Facts about Jeremiah

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: Brown/Chocolate - With Tan
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 11079099

Jeremiah is approximately 9 years old, and a male Terrier mix. He is very friendly and loves people, treats and wants a nice, warm forever home. Oh, and did we mention balls?  He love to play ball!   Jeremiah also knows sit, will stand on his hind legs to show off, and gets along well with other dogs!

About Marion County Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Our mission is to humanely care for homeless pets, return them to their current owners, or adopt them to new loving homes. We will educate the public about responsible pet ownership & the importance of spaying & neutering their pets.
Marion County Humane Society was founded in November 1986 operating out of the former city dog pound. Through the years they have returned lost pets to their owners, educated the public of the importance of spaying & neutering , & seen a major decline in the number of abandoned pets. The volunteers have placed over 5000 unwanted dogs & cats. In October 2000 the volunteers made a decision to close the MCHS. The facility had detireoted beyond repair. In June 2008 after raising over $230,000 the MCHS opened the doors of their new facility.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Tuesday: 10AM - 4PM
Thursday: 110AM - 4PM
Friday: 10AM - 4PM
Saturday: 10AM - 2PM

Our Adoption Process...

To adopt one of our shelter animals, an approved adoption application is required.

Our adoption fees are:

Dogs and Puppies: $150 The fee provides spay or neuter, rabies vaccine, distemper/parvo vaccine, bordatella vaccine, heartworm test, microchip, current dewormings, and current flea preventative.

Cats and Kittens: $65 The fee provides spay or neuter, rabies vaccine, Fellocell4 Vaccine, current dewormings, and current flea preventatives.