Pet Adoption Sponsored by Dr. Hart’s Emergency Pet Clinic

Dr. Hart’s Emergency Pet Clinic is sponsoring an ADOPT-A-THON. The pet adoption event will take place at the clinic, 25780 Miles Road, Suite H, Bedford Heights, Ohio, Saturday, May 20, from Noon – 4 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Adoptable dogs and cats are neutered or spayed and up-to-date on vaccines. There is a nominal adoption fee.

Prizes have been donated for a drawing at the end of the event, which will benefit Bully Breed Rescue, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. They are dedicated to helping homeless, abandoned and abused or neglected puppies and dogs. They also adopt dogs from shelters, who wouldn’t be adopted for a number of reasons. All animals are fostered in homes and treated as members of the family. The primary focus is to find permanent loving homes for all of them.

Dr. Lisa Hart, DVM, owner of Dr. Hart’s Emergency Pet Clinic and Miles Road Pet Grooming, has purchased two traditional animal hospitals. They are Memphis Animal Hospital, 5617 Memphis Ave., and Apex Animal Hospital, 4533 Warner Road, both in Cleveland. At both full-service hospitals, caring clinicians and staff treat dogs, cats and exotic pets at low cost everyday.

Dr. Hart’s Emergency Pet Clinic, a full-service emergency hospital, is open weeknights Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 6 p.m. – 8:30 a.m., Wednesday: open all day and Friday 6 p.m. until Monday 8:30 a.m. The clinic is open on all major holidays. A full staff is available when a pet’s regular veterinarian is off duty.

Six million healthy, adoptable animals were euthanized in the United States last year because there were no homes for them. For more information about adopting an animal for a forever home, call (216) 464-2298.


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