Warrensville Animal Center

1. Warrensville Animal Center

4003 Warrensville Center Rd, Cleveland, OH 44122

Established for over 41 years, Warrensville Animal Center continues to provide unparalleled quality in a full service animal care facility. With dedication and compassion, we deliver the finest in medical and surgical care for your beloved pet. From wellness checkups to geriatric treatment, Warrensville Animal Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all domestic and exotic pets living in Greater Cleveland and surrounding suburban communities.

Our veterinarian, Evan Morse, DVM, has faithfully served many of the adjacent municipal Police Department K-9 corps and the Benedictine High School annual mascot/ Bengal tiger cubs, all named “Bennie”. He extracted a tooth from an alligator at the Cleveland Aquarium, cared for wild animals and the oxen team at Hiram House Camp, and lovingly serves those less fortunate in Cleveland with the Free Animal Clinic Team, which he co-founded. He also provides care for therapy dogs and various pets at nursing homes and hospitals. For his private practice clientele, Dr. Morse has proven to be more than just the family veterinarian. He exudes warmth and a healthy sense of humor, framed in a deep respect for diversity and inclusion.

We, at Warrensville Animal Center, are eager to serve you, and understand the need of all pet owners to have confidence in a trusted servant to all creatures, great and small. We invite you to join our community.

Internal Medicine – Emphasis on Preventive Medicine

Comprehensive physical exams/laboratory screenings
Full service diagnostics – microscopy, laboratory testing, bacterial/fungal cultures, urinalysis, biopsy
Heartworm prevention and treatment
Comprehensive behavioral assessments
Surgery – Emphasis on Pain Management

Routine and advanced surgical capability
Ear Cropping – regional center of expertise
Exploratory surgery
Dentistry and Oral Surgery

Teeth cleaning, x-rays, extractions


Prescription Diet Food and Pet Supplies


"I first met Dr Morse when my beloved Butch began having health issues at the ripe old age of 13. He was a Staffordshire Terrier at 110lbs and Dr Morse was one of the few people he allowed in his inner circle. Towards the end Butch was having seizures and Dr Morse went to the ends of the earth to do all that he could for him.

Butch died in my arms on 4/3/2011 and Dr Morse again stepped in to guide me through the burial process. He knew that I wanted to have a Boxer as my next pet and he came through again with a breeder who put in together with my current dog Kobi. Luckily Kobi is pretty healthy and only needs regular checkups. Dr Morse will be my vet for life. I was blessed to stumble upon his practice years ago and I wouldn't recommend any other vet for the care of anyone's cherished pet"

- Kim Dameron

“I just can’t say enough about Dr. Morse and his excellent practice. He is a first class vet, and a first class person. He has a sincere concern for his animal patients, and their human owners. If you are looking for the best, Dr. Morse is it. I highly recommend Dr. Morse to anyone who has a pet that they want taken care of by the best.”

- John Falk

“Dr. Morse has been our vet ever since we adopted our first cat in 1979. He is still our vet six cats and 34 years later. We actually adopted two of our cats from him. He has far exceeded our expectations many times when taking care of our animals. He has comforted us during the loss of our cats, and been there for us every time we needed him in an emergency situation.

On Father’s Day 2012, he met me at his hospital so that he could perform surgery on one of our cats. He has taken a personal interest in my family, and has offered professional advice and insights to our daughter who is pursuing a medical career. He has a God-given talent and heart for animals, and always assures us that he will take care of our kitties as though they were his own pets. Our relationship with him is more than that of a doctor-patient nature; he is truly a friend to us and our cats. As long as I have pets, I will continue to let Dr. Morse take care of them.”

- Sheryl Moore

“My husband and I brought our two Dobies to get their ears cropped. Mr. Morse did a wonderful job! My pups look great and are happy as my husband and I are as well.”

- Robin Derence-Fuller

“…Dr. Morse has shown exceptional care with our pet Lubo. We will continue our relationship with Dr. Morse because of his talent, caring and understanding, and most of all, his wonderful personality. I don’t believe there is another vet more compassionate than Dr. Morse and his staff.”

- Tim Cummings

“I am a community worker at Murtis Taylor in the Mt. Pleasant area. Working with one of my families it was discovered that their 5 month old puppy had been hit by a car. I sought Dr. Morse for help in the matter and he went Way Beyond the call of duty to help the puppy… He was giving of himself and services to assist a family in need! …

- Toni Cora

“Dr. Morse has been my vet for the last 20+ years. I’m a basic obedience dog trainer and an all-around animal lover. He has always taken care of my pets and my clients’ pets as well. He’s very personable and I strongly recommend his services.”

- Tito M. Bradley

“Are you looking for a perfect vet for your pet? Look no further, his name is Evan M. Morse, DVM… You will be glad you did and so will your pet!”

- Anonymous

“They were just opening when I took my dog here over 40 years ago and Dr. Morse is still my vet today. He has a personal interest in his patients and I’ve had 6 dogs in the last 40+ years and all of them had first class care. I could go on and on. Give them a try, you won’t be disappointed.”

- Regina Camino

“Good vet. I’ve taken dogs and cats to him for over 30 yrs. He does a wonderful job.”

- Curtis Young

“I’m an obedience trainer for dogs, and thus have access to all kinds of vets and I know which ones are good and which ones are not. I take my dogs to Dr. Morse for a reason. They know what they’re doing at his office and take care of my dogs like they are his own.”

- Christopher Dees

“Top marks for Warrensville Animal Hospital! I am so grateful to have found Dr. Morse. He is excellent with our dog – very professional, kind, gentle, calm and understanding. He is truly a wonderful human being as well as a wonderful vet. He deserves all 5 stars and the highest of recommendations!”

- Allison B.

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Services: Veterinary Surgery, Exotic Animal Vet, Veterinary Dentistry, Veterinary Vaccinations, Reptile Vet, Declawing, Veterinary Medical Specialties, Spaying/Neutering, Animal Boarding, Animal Grooming, Small Animal Vet, Animal Flea Control, Veterinarians, Emergency Veterinary Clinic, Veterinary Euthanasia, Veterinary Docking, Animal Microchipping, Bird Vet, Veterinary Cropping, Veterinary House Calls

Mon 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tue 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wed 9:00am - 2:00pm
Thu 9:00am - 5:00pm
Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sat 9:00am - 2:00pm
Sun Closed
"Pleasing Particular Pets" Since childhood, our veterinarian, Dr. Evan Morse, has continued a fascination with pets which are out of the ordinary. Growing up in Richmond, Virginia and living in an apartment where dogs or cats were not allowed, he opted for a back porch full of homing pigeons, reptiles, amphibians and many assorted small mammals along with a myriad collection of plants from his local community. At an early age, his tender-hearted inquisitive instincts caused him to set the broken legs and wings of birds with Popsicle sticks. His family nicknamed him “Nature Boy”. But as life would have it, he chose to become a veterinarian, with the heartfelt desire to heal all animals. You can be assured of receiving the same compassionate attentiveness from Dr. Morse and the outstanding staff at Warrensville Animal Center for the cherished member of your family – your pet, whether domestic or exotic. Warrensville Animal Center is proud to serve all cultures, all races, the L.G.B.T. community, clients with physical and mental disabilities and our military veterans.
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