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ANIMAL BYTES

*WE NEED YOUR HELP!*
Due to budget constraints in the City of Euclid, Euclid Pet Pals needs to raise the funds needed to operate the shelter on a regular basis.

Donations of any size are appreciated at any time. Also check our Upcoming Events page for future fundraisers.

FEATURED PET

Baboo is a very sweet boy. He is about 1-1/2 years old, and is very affectionate. He is recovering from surgery and wants to be part of YOUR family!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How long do you hold strays?

A. We try to hold adoptable dogs until a qualified home is found. Some may be sent to the County shelter for a second chance if they are continually passed over at our shelter. Most cats are held until adopted. Some special cases may be given to a cat rescue group.

Q. How long is a dog allowed to bark?

A. The length of time a dog is permitted to bark is nonspecific. Many variables are taken into consideration making each situation different. Consequently, the resolutions may vary accordingly. ord. 505.11

Q. Are cats permitted to run at large?

A. NO! Cats must be confined to their owner’s property at all times. In addition they must wear a current city cat license. ord. 505.09

Q. Do you respond to wildlife calls?

A. We respond to calls of fatally injured, injured wildlife and wildlife that have entered the living area of a home. Animals that have entered an attic or chimney should be removed by a licensed professional nuisance trapper. This is to insure that the young are not left behind.

Q. How many warnings do I get before a ticket is written for violation of an animal ordinance?

A. The only ordinance which requires a warning is 505.19. This ordinance refers to yard maintenance. A resident is given one warning to clean up dog feces. If the offense occurs again a ticket may be written.


For phone numbers of professional trappers you may contact our department at 216-289-2057.

If your question has not been answered, please contact us at 216-289-2057.

 

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