December is going to be a busy month for pet events in the Greater Cleveland area. There are many locations where you can get holiday photos with your pets, there are holiday hunger drives for companion animals, and low cost or free pet health clinics. Check back with the Cleveland Pets Examiner to find out what’s happening each week.
This week, stop by this column every day to get complete information about each of the events listed below.
PAWS Ohio teams up with Harvest for Hunger Nov. and Dec.
Ohio Advocates for Companion Animals is having a Pet food /supply drive now through Dec 17 for families in need.
Dec 1 thru 9
Art for PetFix in Pepper Pike
The Orange Art Center hosts an Animals in Art Exhibition to benefit PetFix Northeast Ohio. Exhibit features more than 30 local artists.
Dec 3 & 4 events for pets
Bazaar in Brooklyn
The Brooklyn Animal Shelter is hosting a holiday bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Dr. Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church. Lots of crafts, vendors, food, bakery, door prizes, raffle and a visit from Santa Claus, proceeds benefit the shelter.
Basset Waddle in Berea
The Light Up Berea Parade hosts the seventh annual Basset Waddle on Saturday, Dec. 3. Pizza party and raffle follows to benefit Ohio Basset Rescue .
Pet paintings in Lorain
Ohio Pet Placement Foundation‘s first Painted Paws Art Show will be Saturday, Dec. 3. The art was created by dogs, cats, a rabbit and a turtle, (assisted by Lorain High School students.
Tree lights for pets
The South Euclid Humane Society is having their 11th annual Pets Light Up Our Lives event on Sunday, Dec. 4
Dec 3 & 4 photos with Santa
In Good Health, Secondhand Mutts, Angels’s Haven Horse Rescue, Big Creek Pet Hospital, Pet Supplies Plus, The Greater Akron Humane Society and The Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter will all be holding events where you can get your pet’s photo taken with Santa.
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