rideable, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
I am rideable, up to date with shots, and good with kids.
Gigi is a morgan/cross youngster with a bunch of potential! She is approximately 3 years old and has great ground manners. We are currently desensitizing her and advancing her groundwork. She is not rideable yet, but is on her way. Gigi currently is approximately 14.2 h and is wonderful with people. She is such a sweetheart with a sound, level mind. Please call 330-723-7722 if you would like to give Gigi a forever home!
The Medina County SPCA, founded in 1985, is a nonprofit organization supported solely by private donations and grants. We are not a part of any national associations or animal welfare groups. We are committed to sheltering and finding homes for sick, injured, abused and abandoned animals of Medina County.
Over the years, we have served thousands of injured, abandoned, abused and neglected animals throughout Medina County. We also focus on pet-owner education and animal abuse prevention. Though the MSPCA is volunteer-based, Humane Officers employed by the MSPCA are used to investigate and pursue cases of animals in need.
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Come Meet Our Pets...
We are open to the public every day of the week except for Mondays & Wednesdays from 12-4. Besides having a shelter full of animals, the Medina County SPCA has two or three cats at the Medina Petsmart and the Strongsville Petco on a regular bases. On the first Saturday of each month we also hold onsite adoptions at the Medina Petsmart.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fees are: Cats over a year old $60, Kittens 6 months to 1 year $75, Kittens under 6 months $85, (ALL ADOPTED CATS MUST LEAVE THE SPCA IN A CARRIER) Dogs over a year old $150, Puppies under a year are $195. In an effort to help find some of our longer term animals a home, some adoption fees are reduced which will be noted on the animal's profile. Feel free to download an adoption application to bring with you when you come to our shelter by visiting our website at www.medinacountyspca.com and click on the "adopt" page.
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