no paw left behind
Adopt a Pet
Our motto, no paw left behind which we live and breathe to ensure no animal in our care goes unloved or uncared for. Our goal is to educate not only our volunteers, but also the community about responsible animal care and ownership.
Toby’s Critter Cove Rescue was established in 2020, the year that everything seemed to be falling apart. Our one glimmer of hope was starting a passionate program rescuing animals in Summit and surrounding counties.
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We are always looking for cat and dog fosters. Can’t foster? We have many volunteer options that we need help with.
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Welcome our New Medical Director
Dr. Michael Grguric
A Note From our President…
Toby’s Critter Cove is excited to announce Dr Michael Grguric who is joining our board as the Medical Director. He joins us with many years in vet medicine. Both him and his wife are well connected in the community doing much for the health and welfare of the animals. You can tell when you meet them how passionate they are. Help me welcome them to the team. Together we will make a greater impact on all the help that is so desperately needed.
Getting to Know Dr. Michael Grguric…
All of my life I wanted to become a veterinarian, but my life, like so many of our lives do, took several twists and turns before I achieved this childhood goal and dream. I grew up in the Cleveland area and graduated from the University of Akron and then The Ohio State University. I have always believed that our pets are a part of our family and they deserve the best medicine and treatment that we can give them.Our goal at Cuyahoga Valley Veterinary Clinic is to practice outstanding medicine and be surrounded by doctors that have special interests in different areas of veterinary medicine. I also wanted to keep smaller local practices alive and growing since I believe that they are part of the back bone of those communities. We are locally owned veterinary hospital and have created our own family at Cuyahoga Valley Veterinary Clinic.Thank you,Dr. Michael Grguric