PetFix Northeast Ohio


PetFix Northeast Ohio is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to ending pet overpopulation in Northeast Ohio by promoting the importance of spay/neuter and making spay/neuter resources affordable and accessible to all pet owners, feral cat caregivers, shelters, rescues, and animal control agencies placing animals for adoption. The PetFix medical team has altered over 37,500 dogs and cats, preventing hundreds of thousands of animals from ending up in shelters or living as strays.

The PetFix initiative was designed after two years of research into programs across the country and with the help of an advisory board consisting of representatives from humane societies, dog wardens, and rescue groups throughout a nine county area. Two regional conferences were held in May 2004 and March 2005. Both were designed to bring together representatives from the animal welfare and veterinary communities to discuss pet overpopulation in the region and help develop the PetFix plan. The result of those meetings was a decision to begin with a mobile clinic. PetFix took possession of a 33’ mobile spay/neuter clinic in June 2005 and began routine operation in January 2006. In July 2013, PetFix opened a low–cost, high quality, stationary spay/neuter clinic in Euclid (modeled after Humane Alliance) to better serve Cleveland–area residents.

Howard Jones at Trinity Cathedral

Thank you for supporting PetFix at the Howard Jones concert on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at the beautiful and historic Trinity Cathedral in Downtown Cleveland.

Howard Jones made a nice shout out to PetFix during the concert. The concert will be shown on WVIZ PBS during the fall of 2015. 

Local animal experts discuss controlling feral, wild stray cat population

Animal advocates and concerned residents have been speaking out at city council meetings across Lake County, talking about the swelling population of feral and wild stray cats roaming the county. Read More

Stationary Clinic

Click here to schedule your appointment online. You may also call our stationary clinic at 216-732-7040 or reach us by email at

Mobile Clinic

Click here to view out upcoming dates and locations. You may also call our mobile clinic hotline at 216-536-0930 or reach us by email at

We are always looking for compassionate, dedicated and passionate individuals who believe in our mission that every dog and cat should have a place to call home. Help us end pet homelessness by volunteering at PetFix. Please contact us at or call 216–732–7040.

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