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PAWS Ohio

PAWS Ohio

Public Animal Welfare Society

HOW DO I ADOPT AN ANIMAL FROM PAWS?

WHAT DO I DO ABOUT A PET I CANNOT KEEP?

WHAT CAN I DO IF I HAVE ALLERGIES TO MY DOG?

WHAT CAN I DO IF I’M IN A “NO PETS ALLOWED” SITUATION

WHERE CAN I FIND LOW-COST VACCINATIONS

WHERE CAN I FIND LOW-COST SPAY/NEUTER

ARE THERE ANY LOWER COST VET SERVICES FOR SICK/INJURED ANIMALS?

WHAT DO I DO ABOUT A CAT NOT USING ITS LITTER BOX?

WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT DOG BEHAVIOR ISSUES?  

WHAT DO I DO IF MY DOG/CAT HAS RUN AWAY?

WHAT DO I DO IF I FIND A STRAY?

WHAT DO I DO ABOUT THE FERAL CAT IN MY BACKYARD?

WHAT DO I DO ABOUT A DOG RUNNING LOOSE IN THE CITY OF CLEVELAND?

DO YOU TAKE IN PITS, CHOWS & ROTS?

SHELTERS AND RESCUES

SHELTERS & RESCUES BY CITIES IN OHIO

BREED RESCUES

BREED RESCUES BY CITIES

WILDLIFE EMERGENCIES

BIRDS

RABBITS

SKUNK RESCUE

WHAT DO I DO IF I THINK MY PET HAS INGESTED A POISON?

HOW CAN I BUILD AN OUTDOOR CAT SHELTER?

NEED HELP PAYING VET COSTS?


HOW DO I ADOPT AN ANIMAL FROM PAWS?


FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION ONLINE. Click on the tab “Adoption”.  If you don’t have a computer, please go to your local library or call PAWS at 440-442 -7297, and ask that a blank dog or cat adoption application be sent to you. Adoption fees are also listed under this heading.

You can also go to PetSmart stores in Parma and Mayfield Hts to see some of our cats and kittens. We have paper applications available in the adoption centers even if you don’t see a particular cat that you are interested in.






WHAT DO I DO ABOUT A PET I CANNOT KEEP?


WE DO NOT FOSTER HOME-OWNED ANIMALS.

There are some exceptions to the rule about home-owned pets entering our foster system. In VERY RARE cases, we go above and beyond to help a very sick person or even someone who has passed away and left animals behind.


Check with friends, family, neighbors, or business associates to see if someone will adopt the pet. You can also place an ad in the paper.  Be sure to ask for an adoption fee to offset your cost of getting the animal spayed and neutered prior to adoption.


For a small donation of $10.00 you may choose to place a classified ad on our website. The animal must be spayed or neutered, vet checked (tested and vaccinated), and socialized before we can accept it. You need to send us all the info about the pet such as age, sex, breed, description, disposition, whether the animal gets along with other dogs/cats, children, what kind of home it needs, etc. – anything that might be helpful to someone wanting to adopt.  Send this along with digital pictures to pampaws1@gmail.com.


At the beginning of the info, put ‘Pet for Web site’.  At the end give name, address, phone #. NOTE: Your name and phone # will not be included in the ad. If someone is interested in adopting the animal, we will have the potential adopter call you.  You can check the pet list on our Web site: pawsohio.org, to see how ads are written, if you wish. If the caller does not have e-mail, ask them to involve a family member or friend to help forward the picture and information to PAWS.  Donation should be sent to P.O. Box address (P.O. Box 24651, Cleveland 44124).  Note: please be brief, honest, and on point with the description for the website. One photo will be used as a lead for the posting, and a few others will be accessible via a link.






WHAT CAN I DO IF I HAVE ALLERGIES TO MY DOG?


There are a number of products now available in pet stores for cutting down on the

dander that causes allergies.

Try the following:

- vacuum thoroughly

- groom dog outside

- bathe dog with an allergy-free shampoo





WHAT CAN I DO IF I’M IN A “No Pets Allowed” SITUATION:


Offer the landlord a pet deposit.

Ask the landlord if someone from PAWS could talk to him to try to keep the owner and pet together.






WHERE CAN I FIND LOW-COST VACCINATIONS:


Call your area PETsMART to see when they have scheduled another vaccine clinic

Cleveland APL

– offers affordable Vaccinations & Health Care for Dogs & Cats 4th Sunday of the Month from noon to 3:00pm – No appointment necessary

Pets Guard in Cuyahoga Falls  330-849-0635

If the person is in dire need, Valley Save-a-Pet may be able to help. 440-232-9124 has low cost vaccinations and vaccination packages available.





WHERE CAN I FIND LOW-COST SPAY/NEUTER:


Spay and Neuter Clinic: Fulton Plaza near Memphis 216-398-1081 or 216-398-1279

Cleveland APL: $10. to spay/neuter free roaming cats in Cleveland for city residents

Friends of Animals: 800-321-7387 www.friendsofanimals.org

More


 

ARE THERE ANY LOWER COST VET SERVICES FOR SICK/INJURED ANIMALS?


Gateway Animal Clinic,

1502 Abbey Ave. (near west side), Cleveland, 216-771-4414.  An office call is $36, exam/vaccines including rabies $63.  Feline leukemia/aids test $42. Costs may be higher now. Gateway also has a non-profit fund called Project Noah, established to help with vet care for animals dumped on the street or animals or their owners who are victims of domestic violence. Special needs cases such as someone with a seeing eye dog needing vet care may be considered.  Each case is taken  individually and has to go before the board of the project.  If you meet these criteria, call Claudette at Gateway.


Possibly Broadway Animal Clinic may have lower-cost vet care – 440-232-1764.


Spay and Neuter Clinic


for low-cost s/n – 4225 Fulton Rd. around the corner from Memphis 216-398-1081 or 216-398-1279


You can also ask your veterinarian if he or she will let the caller work out a payment plan.  If yours is a specific breed of dog, contact the National Club for the breed.  In some cases, these clubs offer a vet financial assitance fund.  You can then ask your vet to submit an assistance request to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) “Helping Pets Fund”.  In order to qualify, the caller’s animal hospital must be AAHA-accredited.






WHAT DO I DO ABOUT A CAT NOT USING ITS LITTER BOX?


Go to your vet to make sure your cat does not have a bladder infection. This is very common and very treatable with antibiotics.  If the cat has a bladder infection, it will experience pain, pressure and discomfort and will try and squeeze out urine.  We have had numerous success stories of cats not urinating completely or at all in the litter box, and when the vet discovers a bladder infection and the cat is treated, the cat begins to use the litter box again.


If the cat is having bowel movements outside the litter box, clean more often and/or purchase a larger litter box.


After your cat to is checked for urinary tract infection and the cat is spayed/neutered, you can try a new litter “Cat Attract”. It has been used successfully to get a cat back to the litter pan. It’s a little more expensive than regular litters, and available at PetSmart.  Check the website: www.preciouscat.com for info on Cat Attract and other ways to encourage litter box use including using only 1-2 inches of litter in pan and putting pan in a more private area. We find many people who adopt kittens buy the small size box and keep it forever.  Cats are very clean and picky and they do not want to walk in their waste.  As they grow and get bigger, it is too difficult for them to navigate in the small box without stepping on their own feces. Also suggest confinement for a period of 2-3 weeks in a small area like a bathroom, or small bedroom. This will re-train the cat to use the litter box.







WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT DOG BEHAVIOR ISSUES:

Call PAWS for the names of several trainer/behaviorists who work with us.






WHAT DO I DO IF MY DOG/CAT HAS RUN AWAY?

Check with your local police, animal wardens, shelters, vet offices and animal hospitals.  Be sure to include neighboring municipalities, in case the dog or cat wandered from your city. Check newspaper ads. If the dog or cat is not found within 24 hours, place your own ad. You can distribute flyers (with photo if possible) offering a reward. Leave food outside in case your pet comes home.


In some instances, certain communities do not have their own animal warden and subcontract to an animal warden service.  Be sure to ask the local police department if their community subcontracts, and to whom, so that the subcontracting facility can be contacted.


You may also write to director@pawsohio.org and ask her to send out a “Lost Pet” notice to cross post, saying where the animal was last seen, when it went missing, giving a description (picture if possible) and any other pertinent information.





WHAT DO I DO IF I FIND A STRAY?

The same rules apply as in the lost animal guideline above. You should check with local police departments, animal wardens, shelters, vet offices, animal hospitals and neighboring municipalities to see if someone is looking for your stray. Also check newspaper ads to determine if anyone is looking for a dog/cat that matches the description of the stray.  Pay attention to any tags, collars or unusual markings that might help identify the specific animal.  If the dog or cat looks like a pure breed, search on the Web for pure breed rescues, specifically that breed.  PAWS also has a list of pure breed rescues.






WHAT DO I DO ABOUT THE FERAL CAT IN MY BACKYARD?

At this time PAWS does not have a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program EXCEPT IN THE SLAVIC VILLAGE AREA. This is an area that requires several volunteers dedicated to only TNR.  PAWS is a foster home rescue.


When you feed a feral cat, we say “to feed is to breed”. Ideally, they should be trapped, spayed/neutered, given rabies shots and then released. The APL now has a TNR program, geared to Cuyahoga County, but they might consider someone from outside the county. The person in charge is Marta Anderson at 216-377-1624. She is available from 11:00 on Tues. through Sat. There is a minimal charge for borrowing a trap, except for $1.00 per day while the person has the trap.  Marta will show someone how to use the have a heart trap, and make an appt. for spay/neuter, etc. This program has an extremely reasonable price to S/N a cat – $10.00 for Cuyahoga Co residents- which includes FVRCP, rabies and ear tipping.


IF THE CALLER LIVES IN SLAVIC VILLAGE (zip code 44105) PAWS HAS BEEN GIVEN A $20,000 GRANT FOR S/N FOR THE VILLAGE, AND COST TO THE CALLER IS NOTHING.


After altering, you can re-release the next day. The traps should be lined with newspaper to collect waste. When the trap door is opened, they will scamper to the back, allowing you to leave food and water. When you release, provide some shelter, i.e. large covered Rubbermaid type box, hole cut in one end for cats to get in and out, line the box with styrofoam (all four sides and bottom and top) for insulation, place straw or shredded newspaper in the box that they can lie on, and then this can be replaced. For other ideas, go to AlleyCatAllies.org.


Unless the ferals are kittens, the chances of socializing them are poor. At best, it would be on a one-on-one basis, and you would probably be the only one they would respond to, so you would have to be prepared to adopt, if the cat is taken inside.


At the end of FAQ’s, you will find a list of shelters and rescues, which is a great resource if PAWS does not have an available foster for your cat. The APL does not do adoptable or friendly cats/kittens for the public. The APL only does spaying and neutering of friendly cats/kittens through non profit organizations.   If you live outside of Cuyahoga Co, please check with local vets and animal rescue groups to find spaying and neutering of feral cats/kittens at a reduced rate.







WHAT DO I DO ABOUT A DOG RUNNING LOOSE IN THE CITY OF CLEVELAND?

If the dog is not injured, and within the county, please refer them to the county kennel at 9500 Sweet Valley Dr, Valley View, Ohio.  Phone number is 216-525-7877. Give all the information. If the dog is injured, contact the county, and the City Kennel, to see if they will pick up the dog. If these facilities won’t pick up the dog, call the APL Humane Investigations Dept. at 216-771-4616, x130.   Leave messages at all three.  The City Kennel closes at 3pm, and Cuyahoga County Kennel and APL close about 5 or 5:30pm.  You can leave a message, and then try police in area.  If you don’t know which police station, call any one and ask what precinct the area would be.




DO YOU TAKE IN PITS, CHOWS & ROTS?

PAWS may consider fostering these breeds on a case-by-case basis, if space available.

Check for pure breed rescues ... See below



SHELTERS and RESCUES (By Cities, Breeds & Wildlife)


Erie Shores Human Society –

fureverhome@erieshoreshumanesociety.com

Love-a-Stray – 440 933 6326 –

lasvolunteer@yahoo.com

Marilyn’s Voice –

www.MarilynsVoice.org

Ohio Mason Animal Rescue of Oh. –

www.omar.cc

Pet Society – 216 466 3946

Save Ohio Strays – 440 567 3585

Sanctuary for Senior Dogs – 216 485 9233 –

seniordogs@aol.com

To The Rescue Save Pets, Inc. – 440 842 7301

Valley Save-A-Pet – 440 232 9124





SHELTERS & RESCUES BY CITIES IN OHIO


One of a Kind Pet Rescue – Akron – 330 865 6200

Second Chance Animal Rescue – Austintown

Fido’s Companion Res. – mreichlin@roadrunner.com

Love-A-Stray – Avon

kunk Haven Rescue, Shelter & Education, Inv. – Avon Lake

Clermont County Humane Society – Batavia

Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio, Inc. – Bellbrook (Dogs Only)

Littlest Angels Pet Sanctuary – Bellevue

Berea Animal Rescue – Berea – 440.234.2034 -

Sugar Bear Dog and Cat Rescue – Blue Creek

Brooklyn Animal Shelter – Brooklyn

Williams County Humane Society – Bryan

Friends For Life Animal Haven – Canal Winchester

WolfSpirit’s Animal Shelter – Canton

Animal Protection League of Mercer County – Celina

Geauga Animal Shelter – Chardon

Circle Tail, Inc. – Cincinnati (Dogs Only)

Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Cincinnati, Inc. – HART – Cincinnati

League For Animal Welfare – Cincinnati

Save Our Strays – Cincinnati

Underdogs Utterly Unconventional Rescue – Cincinnati

ARS Pets – Cleveland

Cleveland Animal Protective League– Cleveland – Admissions: 216 771 8825

Adoptions: 216.771.4616/Spay-Neuter: 216.377.1624

Cuyahoga County Kennel – Cleveland (Dogs Only) – 216 525 4817

Golden Retrievers In Need (GRIN) – Cleveland

Husky Havoc RRT – Cleveland (northern breed dog rescue)

PAWS Ohio – Cleveland – 440 442 PAWS

Brown Bar Motel – Columbia – part of the StarLight Assistance Animal

Academy & Training Center

Capital Area Humane Society – Columbus

Cat Welfare Association – Columbus (Cats Only)

Columbus Dog Connection – Columbus (Dogs Only)

Franklin County Animal Control – Columbus (Dogs Only)

Pet Promise – Columbus

Pets Without Parents – Columbus

Wild Rescue of Southeastern Ohio – Crooksville

Pet Guards Shelter – Cuyahoga

Humane Society of Greater Dayton – Dayton

Humane Society of Delaware County - Delaware

Hounds’ Haven Inc. – Dillonvale (Dogs Only)

Humane Society of Preble County – Eaton

Feather and Fur Rescue – El Reno

Angels for Animals Rescue League – Elida

Friendship Animal Protective League – Elyria

Ohio Pet Placement Found. – Elyria

Humane Society of Sandusky County, Inc. – Fremont

Society for the Protection of Animals – Fremont

Canine Lifeline, Inc. – Garfield Hts. – www.caninelifeline.org

Angels for Animals – Greenford

Animal Adoption Foundation – Hamilton

A Journey Home Animal Refuge, Inc. – Hillsboro

Highland County Humane Society – Hillsboro

Lawrence County Humane Society – Ironton

Robyn’s Nest, Inc. – Kettering

SICSA – Kettering

All Dogs Heaven – Lakewood – info@alldogsheaven.org

Lakewood Animal Shelter – Lakewood

The Feline Haven – Lakewood

Fairfield Area Humane Society – Lancaster

Forgotten-4 Paws – Lancaster

Whiskers Animal Welfare And Education, Inc. – Lancaster

Warren County Humane Association - Lebanon

Humane Society of Allen County – Lima

Humane Society Of Madison County – London

Lorain County SPCA – Lorain – 440 233 6771 – SPCA@Windstream.net

Humane Society of the Ohio Valley – Marietta

Union County Humane Society – Marysville

Toledo Area Humane Society – Maumee

Medina County SPCA – Medina – info@medinacountyspca.com

Middleburg Heights Animal Foundation – Middleburg Heights – 440 829 4366

or 440 239 1961

Knox County Humane Society – Mt. Vernon

Animal House Rescue – Neapolis

One More Chance Rescue And Adoption – New Carlisle

Stay-A-While Cat Shelter – North Royalton (Cats Only)

Forever Friends Foundation – Northfield

O’Byronville Animal Rescue – O’Byronville (Cats Only)

H.O.P.E. Horse Rescue – Olmsted TWP (Horses Only)

One Tail at a Time Rescue – Orrville

Starfish Animal Rescue – Parma

Humane Society of Greater Akron – Peninsula

Cozy Cat Cottage Adoption Center – Powell

Poundhounds Adoption Welfare Society – Powell (Dogs Only)

Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary, Inc. – Ravenna

Portage Animal Protective League – Ravenna – 330 296 4022

Rose’s Rescue – Rootstown – email@rosesrescue.net

AlterPet – Sharon Center

Belmont County Animal Shelter – St. Clairsville

Jefferson County Humane Society – Steubenville

Planned Pethood – Swanton

The Perennial Cat Shelter – Thurman (Cats Only)

Maumee Valley Save-A-Pet – Toledo

Paws and Whiskers Cat Shelter – Toledo

Toledo Animal Shelter – Toledo

Humane Society of Greater Akron – Twinsburg – 330 487 0333 ext. 223

Saint Francis Animal Sanctuary – Vermilion

S.A.N.D. Rescue – Versailles

Arrowhead Reptile Rescue – Wester Chester (Reptiles Only)

Citizens For Humane Action – Westerville

Sacred Hearts Animal Rescue – Winchester

Humane Society of Monroe County – Woodsfield

Wayne County Humane Society – Wooster

D.O.G.S.S. – Youngstown (Dogs Only)






BREED RESCUES


BREW Midwest Beagle Rescue –

UFGatorJenn@aol.com

Coast to Coast Dachshund Rescue – 330 479 7297

Cute & Cuddly Siamese Rescue – 216 739 0705

Freedom Greyhound Rescue – 330 940 2109 or 877 504 7397

Heart of Ohio Great Pyrenees Res. – 330 895 4533 or 330 769 3393

Husky Havoc – 440 785 6694

Internet Miniature Pinscher Serv. – forminpins@aol.com,

arjenni@gmail.com,

Irish Setter Club of Ohio Res. – 330 864 6880 or 440 238 9507

Japanese Chin Care & Res. – 440 840 3100 –

ohiochinmom@yahoo.com

Midwest Akita Res. Soc. – marsakita@sbcglobal.net

NBRAN – Nat’l. Brittany Rescue – 330 673 2702 or 440884 4996

North Coast Bernese Mountain Dog Club – shandeescrony@core.com

Northcoast Greyhound Connection – 1 877 GCGC-DOG –

Northeast Ohio Collie Rescue – 216 625 3647

Northeast Ohio Shetland Sheepdog Res. – neosheltierescue@gmail.com

Ohio Basset Rescue, Inc. – babynugs2003@yahoo.com

Second Chance Dalmatian Rescue – 614 313 4848 –

questions@secondchancedalrescue.com

SOAR-Starting Over Airedale Res. – 216 251 6684

Southern Star Min Pin Rescue – 330 208 2209 –

jpchychrstn@yahoo.com

Team Greyhound Adoption of Ohio – 877 TGA-OHIO – 440 234 3539





BREED RESCUES BY CITIES


All Breed Puppy Rescue – Akron

Golden Treasures Golden Retriever Res. – Bath – 440 238 2457 or 330 659 2202

Harlequin Haven Great Dane-Saint Bernard Rescue – Bethel

CODA – Cleve.  Dog Advocates – Brooklyn – codadogrescue@givemepaw.com

Second Chances Dal Rescue – Canal Winchester

Greyhound Adoption of Ohio – Chagrin Falls – 440 543 6256 or 800 269 1148

Dachshund Rescue of N. Am. – 330 499 2183 or 440 729 3251 – N. Canton

Bark Ark Bully Rescue – Cincinnati

Schnauzer Rescue Cincinnati and Florida – Cincinnati

Mostly Hounds Rescue – Clayton (Dogs Only)

For the Love of PITS – 216 214 1149 –

shana@fortheloveofpits.org – Cleve.

G.R.I.N.

Golden Retrievers In Need

– Cleveland

– 216 556 GRIN

Lighthouse Boxer Rescue – Cleveland – 216 749 2423 – boxersrusx3@aol.com

Ohio Greyhound Placement, Inc. – Cleveland

Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue – Columbus –

ohiomidwestbostonterrierrescue@gmail.com

SK9 Scottish Terrier Rescue – Columbus

Great Dane Rescue of Ohio, Inc. – Dayton

Golden Retriever Rescue Resource, Inc. – Delta

Almost Home Dog Rescue of Ohio – Dublin – Focusing on the Collie Breed

Central Ohio Westie Rescue – Gahanna

Tender Loving Canine Rescue – Grove City – Specializing in the American

Eskimo

National Brittany Rescue – Kent

Corgi Rescue Services – London

Cherished Cockers Rescue – Mentor – 440.209.8813

Miami Valley Gordon Setter Rescue – Miami Valley – 216 267 9128

NE Ohio Greyhound Rescue, Inc. – Perry – 440 259 0049- adoptagrey@ncweb.com

R.E.A.L. Rott Res. – 440 567 5236 or 440 567 5228 – Polk

Geauga Humane Soc.’s Rescue Village – Russell Twp. – 440 338 4819

Ohio Pug Rescue – Statewide – rescue_coordinator@ohiopugrescue.com

Shar Pei Savers – Statewide – info@sharpeisavers.com

German Shorthaired Pointer Care of Ohio Rescue – Streetsboro– 330 626 4234

Great Lakes Mastiff Rescue – West Branch


Other Resources


Happy Tails Veterinarian Discount Network – Bellevue

A-Parrot to A-Flamingo, Inc., Parrot Rescue – Brecksville (Birds Only)

Columbus Pet Rentals – Columbus

Jo Ann’s Foster Animals – Columbus

Humane Society of Columbiana County – Salem

HerpHaven Reptile Rescue – Sandusky (Reptiles Only)

A.D.O.P.T. Pet Rescue – Westerville (Foster Network)Minerva’s Den Reptile and Exotic Rescue

Voice For Horses Rescue League –





WILDLIFE EMERGENCIES:


Wild Rescue One – Central Ohio Area – created to rescue and rehabilitate

native, exotic and domestic animals, to be an educational resource, and to

help those owning exotic and domestic pets.

Penitentiary Glen Wildlife Center- 440-256-1404


Chatham Wildlife Rehabilitation Center- 330-667-2915


Lake Erie Nature Center, Cleveland Metroparks- 440-871-2900


Natures Nursery- 419-877-0060


Ohio Division of Wildlife-resources for NE Ohio- 330-644-2293


Ohio Wildlife Rehabilitators’ Assn http://www.owra.org



BIRDS:


National Rescue Group (Medina)  330-722-1627 (Dottie)

NorthCoast Bird Adoption and Rehab (Aurora)  330-562-6999

Bird Placement Program  216-749-3643 (may be area code 440)

Birds of Prey (Medina)  330-667-2386

Parrot Hope Sanctuary 330-421-0106

A-Parrot to A-Flamingo, Inc., Parrot Rescue – Brecksville (Birds Only)

Parrot Education & Adoption Center – Solon

The Bird Nerds – Akron (Birds Only)


RABBITS:


Buckeye House Rabbit Society 330-484-8416

Homeless Hares 330-833-2856

Kathy Uufertz, wild rabbits, rehab 330-625-4432

Harewood 330-922-3622

Buckeye House Rabbit Society – An all-volunteer, non-profit organization

rescues abandoned rabbits and educates the public about rabbit care.





SKUNK RESCUE:


Skunk Haven 440.327.4349 http://www.skunkhaven.net/ deb@skunkhaven.net


Emergency Veterinarian for Exotics including Rabbits, Birds

Ferrets, pocket pets, fish, reptiles


Metropolitan Veterinary Referral Group

1053 South Cleveland-Massilon Road

Akron, OH 44321

330.666.2976, open 24 hours.

The  Web site www.metropolitanvet.com/find  us.htm gives direction




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