Nonprofit seeking to reduce pet overpopulation in the region opens in Euclid

Founder Timy Sullivan, and major financial contributor, Louise Foster, representing PetFix Northeast Ohio, LLC. in conjunction with Mayor Cervenik commemorated the grand opening of the nonprofit with a ceremonial ribbon cutting surrounded by numerous pet enthusiasts.

PetFix Northeast Ohio, LLC hosted a grand opening on July 10th, at their new brick and mortar facility located at 885 East 222nd Street which included a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Cervenik.

The nonprofit is dedicated to ending pet overpopulation in the region by promoting the importance of spaying and neutering and making the procedures affordable and accessible to pet owners, feral cat caregivers, shelters, rescues and animal control agencies placing animals for adoption.

PetFix showcased the new stationary clinic to the adulation of pet friends and City officials alike. The clinic is designed to triple the organization’s capacity in an effort to fulfill their promise of low-cost, top-quality surgeries to urban populations where the need is most great.

PetFix is best known for its mobile clinic. The mobile clinic has brought low-cost, high-quality surgeries to 4,793 cats and dogs on 213 clinic days in cooperation with 15 PetFix Partner organizations in 7 counties.

Since 2006, PetFix has performed more than 28,500 surgeries in their mobile clinic which travels thousands of miles scouring the Greater Cleveland region. The mobile unit will continue to traverse Northeast Ohio.

PetFix Northeast Ohio, Inc. will be hosting a public open house on August 18th, 2013 at the clinic from 3 pm- 6 pm. All interested parties are welcome to attend.

For information please call PetFix Northeast Ohio, LLC. 216-732-7040.

Nicole Musgrave

Economic Development Coordinator, City of Euclid

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Volume 4, Issue 7, Posted 2:44 PM, 08.09.2013