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Pet Network Inc.

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Skipper is an 8 month old pup; his mother was a Maremma, Dad unknown. We think he will get to be about 60 lbs. Skipper is fully vetted and on heartworm preventive. He has a happy disposition and is a quick learner. Email us for further information about Skipper


It's easy to donate your unwanted vehicle to provide care for homeless animals. Our representative will schedule a pickup that's convenient for you, and provide you with a confirmation of your donation. We will gladly accept Cars, Farm equipment, boats, Motorcycles / mopeds, RVs /campers, Semi-Tractors, SUVs, Trucks or Horse trailers

We are a 501c3 organization; Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

You can donate your vehicle with this secure online form:

Donate Car

Or contact our donation representative toll free at (877) 721-7387 for further information.


We hold yard sales to raise money for vet bills..

If you have items you can donate, please call Mary (352) 528-0270 or email us:


We hold an outreach adoption the first Saturday of every month at Pet Supermarket on SR 40 in Ocala from 11 am to 3 pm. Come meet some of our great adoptable pets there!


We have outreach adoption at Petco in The Villages every Saturday, 10 am - 2 pm. If you'd like to see a particular pet, let us know, and we'll be happy to bring them for you.


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Vet Expense Survey

Many people do not realize that there can be a big difference between what different vets charge for the same services. On 2-11-10 we did our annual mini-survey of 5 vets in Marion County.

What we priced was a pretty standard package of services that included: An exam, a rabies vaccine, a fecal check, a skin scrape, a heartworm test, and a nail trim. Here are the range of prices we were given:

Vet A: $119.

Vet B: $125.

Vet C: $167.54

Vet D: $ 122.50

Vet E: $142.


If you are looking for a low-cost way to chip your pet, The Marion County Animal Center offers pet microchipping for $5.00

When you have a microchip implanted by a vet, or if you get a dog that has a chip in it, you must register yourself as the owner in the database of the company that made the microchip.

The two major manufacturers of microchips are Avid and Home Again. Registration costs about $15 and must be mailed to the company. Your vet does not do this when he puts in the microchip - you must do it yourself separately. Please check and see if your pet has a microchip and register it NOW! And if you have moved, make sure you have notifed the microchip company about your change of address and contact information. Your pet's life could depend on it.

Email us for further information about microchips.


Please help Scooter & his friends by donating a Petco gift certificate.

Flea medication & shampoos
And most important, a loving forever home

Donate a Thundershirt!



Pet Med Pet Food


We want to give a big Thank You to Custom Fence of 116 N. Florida Avenue, Inverness Florida for their very generous donation of materials and labor for much-needed repairs to our ageing kennels. The owners of Custom Fence are animal people, so they understand what it takes to confine a dog, and they are doing a great job!

Pet Network relies solely upon donations to help homeless pets. If you would like to help, donations can be sent to us at P.O. Box 56, Morriston, FL 32668.


We are looking for volunteers to transport dogs one or two Saturdays a month from their foster home to adoption in Ocala. Currently we have 2 foster homes in the Dunnellon area that need help with transport.

If you are able to transport a dog to adoption, please contact Mary; .

Or mail your donation to:

Pet Network, Inc. P.O. Box 56 Morriston, FL 32668

Pet Network has been granted exemption from Federal Income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Donors may deduct contributions to Pet Network under section 170 of the Code. A copy of our current form 990 can be seen at


Click here:

To Find out more Call Mary: (352) 528-0270 or Email:

Donate a Bed
Looking for a meaningful and lasting gift for a Pet Lover? Donate a Kuranda dog bed to one of our dogs in the name of a friend or family member. A personalized Gift Card will be mailed to them to inform them of the wonderful gift you have selected for them.
Donate a Kuranda dog bed.

Who We ArePet Network, Inc., is a no-kill rescue group serving Ocala and surrounding areas in North Central FL. We provide shelter and medical care to homeless pets. We are a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501c3 charitable organization that was founded in 2001. We care for and adopt many older and special needs pets. We receive no government funding. We are an all-volunteer organization with no paid employees. All donations are used to care for homeless animals. Our major expenses are vet bills and dog food. Currently we have many dogs with special needs and vet bills. Donations are always appreciated! Adopting a friendPet Network is a no-kill rescue group doing pet adoptions in Citrus, Marion, and Alachua Counties in FL. Dogs coming through our rescue are brought up to date on vaccinations, checked for heartworms and other parasites, placed on heartworm preventive, and spayed or neutered before placement. Our adoptions have a two-week full refund return option.

We do local adoptions only. We have an application process which includes a home visit. Our goal is to match the right pet to the right home!

Come Visit Us!

Pet Network uses foster homes instead of a commercial animal shelter facility. Our dogs are shown by appointment. We hold outreach pet adoptions at the Petco in the Villages every Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. We also hold an outreach adoption at Pet Supermarket in Ocala the first Saturday of every month from 11 am to 3 pm. Let us know if you need directions!

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Pet Network Inc.
P.O. Box 56
Morriston, FL 32668
Phone: (352) 528-0270
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