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We will be happy to work with you in our shelter so that you can find the pet that is just right for you.

Below is a listing of pets available on Please note that this list is updated weekly. Call the shelter to ensure a listed pet is available.



  • Dogs/Puppies $80.00*
  • Cats $70.00*
  • Kittens $70.00*

Please note: ALL animals adopted from the Euclid Animal Shelter must be spayed or neutered. No exceptions will be made. We have the right to refuse adoption for any reason we deem necessary.



Are you interesting in getting a future-pet socialized and ready to be adopted? If so, consider fostering one of our animals. Please fill out the Fostering Application and return it to the shelter.



  • All animals will be up to date with routine shots and spayed or neutered prior to going home.
  • Dog and cat licenses* are available.  A select line of pet products, including dog and cat toys, collars, leashes, etc. are available at the shelter.
  • To report animal control issues, contact our Animal Control Officer or fill out the mail form on the Contact Us page.

*Cat licenses are required for Euclid residents only.


  • Dog $20.75 (1 yr. County)
  • Cat $6.00 (3 yr. City of Euclid)


Points of Interest

Please consider before adopting a new family member that there is always an adjustment period with any “new” pet. They need to adjust to you and you to them. This can take a few weeks or a few months.


Quick Information

Euclid Pet Pals
25100 Lakeland Blvd
Euclid, Ohio 44132

Shelter Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday: Noon – 4:00 pm
Closed Sunday, Monday, and all Holidays

Phone Hours:
Tuesday – Friday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm



Our mission is to protect and foster an environment that will give respect and compassion to all animals under the care of the Euclid Animal Shelter. This can be achieved through educational programs and sound leadership.

Euclid Pet Pals is a volunteer organization committed to keeping the shelter open by raising funds and recruiting dedicated, reliable volunteers.