The NEO SPCA Wellness Clinic is located in the plaza next to the Pet Shelter. The clinic is committed to the care of pets in Northeast Ohio. We know your pets are like family and we treat them as one of our own. We provide low-cost spay & neuter services and routine wellness care in our outpatient clinic. Our clinic focuses on providing excellent preventative medicine and also offers treatment of minor medical concerns.
Our non-profit outpatient clinic is affiliated with the Pet Shelter. The clinic staff also cares for all of the pets coming through the shelter on a daily basis. The proceeds from our Wellness Clinic help support veterinary care for our shelter pets. Supporting our clinic means that you have also supported an animal in need. Our clinic offers honest and compassionate care to cats and dogs. Call 216-635-2718 today to make an appointment!
Dr. Ashley Thiry
Dr. Ashley graduated from The Ohio State University Veterinary School in 2014. She worked at a full service veterinary clinic for 2.5 years before entering the world of shelter medicine. She joined the Northeast Ohio SPCA in July of 2018 after previously working with rescues performing high volume high quality spay and neuter surgeries. Her main interests are in animal behavior and fear free practices, but she also enjoys the surgical side of veterinary medicine. Dr. Ashley is married with 6 furkids (2 dogs and 4 cats), and in her spare time she enjoys spending time cuddling with and spoiling her four-legged children.
Dr. Julianne Weber
Dr. Weber graduated from The Ohio State University Veterinary School in 2012 where she received a Masters in Nutrition. She has worked in both private practice and shelter medicine, and joined the SPCA in September of 2014. Dr. Weber likes working with owners on wellness care and preventative medicine for their pets, and also enjoys internal medicine. She is married with three little boys and one dog at home. Julianne enjoys reading, watching a good movie, and exploring all the things around Cleveland to do with her little ones.
Dr. Tanya Grondin DeWitt
Dr. Grondin graduated from Atlantic Veterinary College in 1998 in Prince Edward Island, Canada. She worked in general practice and shelter medicine for 6 years. Dr. Grondin finished a clinical pathology residency at Kansas State University and received board certification in 2008. She took some time off to raise her family and joined our practice at the Northeast Ohio SPCA in September of 2015. Dr. Grondin loves surgery and reading our cytology slides. She enjoys spending time with her 3 kids and husband who is also a veterinarian in Hudson, Ohio. Dr. Grondin likes to read, spend time at swim meets, and cuddle with her 3 dogs.
OUR SHELTER OCCASIONALLY RESCUES PREGNANT OR NURSING ANIMALS THAT NEED TO BE FOSTERED FOR 6-10 WEEKS. THIS HELPS US ENSURE THE SAFETY OF OUR NURSING MOMS AND YOUNG PUPPIES OR KITTENS. OUR FOSTER PROGRAM HELPS US PROVIDE A HOME DURING THIS TIME.
PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN FOSTERING. FOOD, BEDDING, AND MEDICAL CARE IS PROVIDED AT NO COST.
OUR WELLNESS CLINIC HELPS TO KEEP YOUR NEW FAMILY MEMBER UP TO DATE WITH SHOTS AND CHECK UPS.
MAKING SURE YOUR PET'S TEETH ARE HEALTHY AND STRONG WILL HELP THEM ENJOY A LONG LIFE.
IF YOUR PET IS EVER LOST, THIS IS A PAINLESS AND INEXPENSIVE WAY TO HELP BRING YOUR LOVED ONE HOME SAFELY.
MAINTAINING YOUR PET'S NAILS REDUCES THE CHANCE OF AN IN-GROWN OR CHIPPED NAIL WHICH CAN CAUSE A LOT OF PAIN.
CONTACT US TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR THE WELLNESS CLINIC 216-635-2718.