Pet Care Resources for Ward 8 Residents

Friends of the Cleveland Kennel (F.O.C.K.) is a 501(c)3 organization, founded in 2003, whose mission is to provide the necessary medical and general care to the dogs and cats in need at Cleveland Animal Care & Control (CACC), while working to reduce intake numbers and save lives by providing affordable resources and education to Cleveland residents. F.O.C.K. believes that all residents of Ward 8 deserve access to affordable wellness care for their beloved cats and dogs. Residents may recall the enormously successful Canine Wellness Day events, sponsored by F.O.C.K., that were held in the Collinwood and Glenville neighborhoods in past years. We are extremely excited to announce a new program from F.O.C.K., which builds on the services provided at those events, called Neighborhood Pets Outreach & Resource Center. Neighborhood Pets’ mission is to help end animal suffering, manage pet population, and keep pets in their homes through affordable pet care, resources, and education for pet owners; thereby reducing intake at Cleveland area shelters. Visit for more information.

Services Available to All Ward 8 Residents:

  • Walk-in Microchip Clinic, 1st Thursday of the month, 1-3 pm
  • Low cost flea prevention and dewormer
  • Affordable leashes, collars, treats, and other supplies
  • Counseling and referrals


Services Available to Qualifying Ward 8 Residents:

  • Scheduled Vaccine Clinics
  • Emergency Pet Food Assistance Program
  • Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program
  • FREE ID Tags


Hours - Location - Contact

TUE. & THUR., 12 -4 pm; SAT., 10 am -1 pm

3711 E. 65 St., Cleveland, OH 44105

one block north of Fleet Ave


Facebook: @neighborhoodpetscle

Resident of neighborhood since 1956. Worked on East 185th street since 1970.

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Volume 9, Issue 12, Posted 10:07 AM, 12.08.2017