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We are a no-kill, non-profit organization focused on giving our shelter pets a second chance at life. We provide a safe haven for abandoned, homeless, and adoptable pets until they can find a home! Through adoption, education, spay & neutering, we save lives to make euthanasia of healthy animals unnecessary. Our low cost Wellness Clinic is open to the public allowing anyone in the community to get the care they need for their loved one.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We adopt approximately 3,000 pets into loving homes annually. We appreciate any help you may offer in an effort to care for our shelter pets. With the help of our staff & volunteers, we organize rescues, fundraisers, and community events.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, on behalf of our Executive Director Jeff Kocian we would like to say thank you! We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. Every donation helps find a home for these lovable animals. If you have an item you wish to donate or would like to organize a company volunteer day please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your support is critical. We rely on people like you!
Any gift, regardless how small, will help us fund our mission to help animals in need.
Together, we can make a difference. The Northeast Ohio SPCA is a no-kill, non-profit private agency and receives no government funding.
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Want to join us in making a difference? Peaches is a 10 week old Hound mix that was born in foster care. She was doing well with her brothers and sisters until she was weaned, and then she started having episodes of vomiting and weight loss. The diagnostics that have been done are consistent with what is known as a Vascular Ring Anomaly. This is a congenital anomaly where a blood vessel wraps around the esophagus, thus constricting the esophagus and causing megaesophagus and regurgitation.
The good news is this is surgically fixable! A specialist would need to perform this surgery to fix the abnormal vessel. The surgical cost is around $4000.00 and would be done at Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital in Akron. As soon as we raise the funds we can go forward with the surgery, and little Peaches will have a good prognosis.
Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause
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