Glenway Animal Hospital

6272 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45211


Kids Health Fair-St. Ignatius School

At this event we educate the children about different things that are important when interacting with pets and caring for them. 

Microchip Scanner Donated to the Cheviot Police Department 

Santa Paws:  

Fourgotten Paws Animal Rescue Donation Drive

How to save a life this holiday season.

During the holiday extend a hand to a needy paw (pet). Glenway Animal Hospital is joining forces with a local non-profit, volunteer based organization that rescues animals and finds them loving homes: The Fourgotten Paws Animal Rescue. The mission at Glenway Animal Hospital is to speak for the animals,  and we are talking to you and asking for your help this holiday season.

Every effort is appreciated and makes a difference in the quality of life for a homeless pet's life. Donating new or gently used items can make a world a difference.  "Every small effort makes a huge difference" says Michele Mescher from Glenway Animal Hospital. Items that are needed by SAAP include dog/puppy or cat/kitten food, cat litter, collars, leashes, feeding bowls, toys, bedding, grooming supplies and treats.

These items can be dropped off at Glenway Animal Hospital at 6272 Glenway Avenue starting November 1st until January 7th.  Please call for hours of operation to drop off donations. If you have any further questions, or for hours of operation, please call Glenway Animal Hospital at 513-662-0224 or email us at


Sunday, December 5th, 2010 the SPCA hosted a Pet ID Day at the facility in Sharonville.  The SPCA Pet ID Day is a community outreach event offering discounted dog licenses, microchips, and a free rabies vaccine with the purchase of a dog license.  Dr. Diana Dornbusch-Cron; Michele Mescher, RVT; and Erin Crisp, RVT participated in this educational event representing Glenway Animal Hospital.  During the event 153 dog licenses were purchased, 29 microchips were implanted, and 123 rabies vaccines were administered.  For pricing and information visit


Thanks for your support!  Due to the response of our generous community, Glenway Animal Hospital was able to raise enough money to purchase the microchip scanner for the Green Township Police Department!

The microchip scanner will help the police identify found pets and reunite them with their families.  Check out the article, "Make Sure Your Pets Are Identified" from the October 8th, 2010 Western Hills Pressto learn more about the benefits of a microchip and scanner, at .