Brook Park Animal Shelter
Pet adoptions available by appointment. Please call 216-265-3647 to schedule an appointment to adopt one of the adorable pets. Adoption fees do not include shots, spay or neuter. We do require you to sign adoption contracts. Part of the contract must be completed by a veterinarian. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact the Brook Park Animal Shelter at (216) 265-3647. Our Animal Shelter is located at 5240 Smith Road, at the rear of the building.
New Hours of Operation: Effective 9/10/12
Monday – Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Contact us at:
Kennel Phone - (216) 265-3647 or (216) 265-DOGS
Emergencies Only - (216) 433-1239
Fax - (216) 362-3222
If you would like to volunteer at the Shelter, click here.
Available Pets as of 03/15/2013
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Please call Joanne Mackie @ 216-695-3338
ANIMALS NOW REQUIRE REGISTRATION
Brook Park City Council recently passed an update to the Dangerous and Vicious Animal Ordinance that requires residents to register dangerous and vicious animals with the Brook Park Animal Control Department. Under the new Ordinance, residents need to register their animals that are classified as dangerous by September 27, 2009, and then annually thereafter by January 15th of each year. You can print a copy of the registration form by clicking here, or you can pick up a copy at the Police Department or City Hall. Forward completed applications and documentation with the $50 registration fee to the Safety Director at City Hall, 6161 Engle Road. An animal is deemed to be dangerous when it: 1. Has without provocation caused serious injury to a human being or domestic animal; or 2. Has a known propensity, tendency or disposition without provocation to cause serious injury to a human being or domestic animal; or 3. Has been designated to be dangerous animal after a hearing by the Safety Director; and 4. The public safety cannot be protected by the owner or custodian of the animal exercising reasonable control, over the animal. PLEASE NOTE: ALL Pit Bull Dogs, Canary Dogs and American Bulldogs are deemed to be dangerous animals, and must be registered with the Brook Park Animal Control Department. A Pit Bull Dog means any Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Pit Bull Terrier or American Staffordshire Terrier breed of dog. If there is any question about whether a dog’s breed falls into any of the above categories, the Safety Director or his/her designee shall make the determination as to the breed of the dog.
ATTENTION PET OWNERS
In accordance with Chapter 505 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Brook Park, no owner of a dog, cat, or other animal shall permit the animal to go beyond the owner’s premises at any time, except when held securely on a leash. We have had numerous cases where residents are walking their leashed dogs when the were aggressively charged by an unleashed dog, and in some cases attacked. In some of those instances, the owner was with the unleashed dog. Please be a responsible pet owner and a courteous neighbor, keep your pets leashed when walking them and pick up after them, too. In advance, thank you for doing your part to make Brook Park a great place to live!
With the increase of coyote sightings in the area, we wanted to provide our residents with some useful information about coyotes. The following two web links will educate you and dispel many of the myths regarding coyotes.
Living With Coyotes from Eastern Coyote Research:
Ohio Division of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife Life History Notes on the Coyote:
Didn't find the pet you were looking for at the Brook Park Animal Shelter, then click on the Petfinder.com link below to find that perrr-fect furry friend.http://www.petfinder.com/
What Is Animal Control?
Animal control means protecting people and property from the dangers and nuisance of roaming, uncontrolled pets. It also means protecting pets and wild animals from the many dangers they face in the wild and on our streets. It's a way to help people and animals live together in harmony!
The Animal Control Department belongs to an organization that was founded in 1982 called Cuyahoga Animal Warden Society (CAWS We Care). It's purpose is to create a common bond and interest among the community and Animal Control Officers themselves so all could benefit, sharing the knowledge in their professional field and provide mutual aid for their counterparts in neighboring communities.
Animal Control of Brook Park (216) 265-3647 or 265-DOGS
Rodent Problems - Please contact the County Board of Health at (216) 433-7500
Bees, Wasps, etc. - Please refer to the Yellow Pages under 'pest control'
State of Ohio Wildlife Division (ODNR) - (330) 644-2293 for wildlife problems
Dog License Tag Info - Cuyahoga County Auditor (216) 443-7028
Old Tags - (216) 443-7250
Animal Protective League - (216) 771-4616
Cuyahoga County Kennels - (216) 525-7877
City of Cleveland Kennel - (216) 664-3069
Animal Control Goals
A responsible owner for every pet. The pet is a living creature that deserves a comfortable surrounding for all of it's life.
Don't let your pet run free.
Report all cases of animal abuse or inhumane treatment.
Have your pet(s) vaccinated and licensed according to city law.
Don't allow your dog to habitually bark and disturb your neighbors.
Think before buying or adopting a pet. Your commitment is for the life of that pet.
Be patient and never strike your pet.
Provide fresh water and food daily.
Please spay or neuter your pets.
Remember that roaming pets cause regrets.