MONDAY-FRIDAY 8AM TO NOON
WEDNESDAY 3-530 PM
1ST & 3RD SATURDAY OF THE MONTH 8AM-NOON
SURGICAL APPOINTMENTS ARE SCHEDULED
SPAY/NEUTER & DENTAL BY APPOINTMENT 216-351-7387
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Our full time Veterinary team checks every animal to make sure they are healthy and vaccinated prior to adoption. Our Full Service Clinic also helps to keep your new family member up to date with shots and check ups to make sure they are healthy.
We are open to the public so anyone in the community may come in to get the care they need for there loved one.
Donating is more than just time or money, it's peace of mind. Now you can help even the smallest animal.
Your time is valuable. We appreciate any time you may give to help us care for and adopt every pet
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SURRENDER A PET
When you bring a pet to our No-Kill Pet Shelter, understand that we will find them a loving home.
We take in pets by appointment only and there is a small fee to help us pay for the medical care and housing of your pet.
Please call (216) 351-7387 and ask for intake.
"Through adoption, education, spay and neuter, we save lives to make euthanasia of healthy animals unnecessary"
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Dogs & Pups $75
Cats & Kittens $55
Includes first round of vaccines, spay or neuter, Bordetella treatment, a 30 day Flea & Tick Preventative, plus a Free 2 week Vet Care in Our Clinic after adoption
We also offer a Low Cost Full Service Clinic
We are a Non-Profit No-Kill Pet Shelter that will adopt approximately 2,500 pets into loving homes annually.
The purpose of the Northeast Ohio SPCA No-Kill Pet Shelter is to provide a safe haven for abandoned, healthy, homeless, and adoptable loving pets until they can find a home. The shelter opened in April of 2004, as of July 2016 we have adopted 32,500 pets to loving homes in the community.
The Northeast Ohio SPCA
is a non-profit, private agency and receives no government funding. The shelter relies on donations, support, and volunteers from members in our community.