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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Eat Ice Cream and Fall in Love with Adoptable City Dogs at Tremont Scoops This Sunday

Posted By on Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 2:35 PM

click to enlarge CITY DOGS | A HOPEFUL TAIL PHOTOGRAPHY
  • City Dogs | A Hopeful Tail Photography

Ice cream is already the most perfect dessert ever invented, but Tremont Scoops has figured out a way to make one of your first cones of the season even better, as painfully adorable City Dogs will be on site this Sunday from 2-5 p.m.

City Dogs Cleveland is a program of the City of Cleveland's Division of Animal Care & Control and is supported by Friends of the Cleveland Kennel, a 501(c) non-profit. All adoptable dogs can be viewed by clicking here.



Or, if you want a more hands-on look at these adoptable lil' puppers, you can head over to Tremont Scoops this Sunday to find a new best friend along with your favorite flavored frozen treat.

Tremont Scoops has a wide variety of flavors and includes vegan options for those living a little more consciously and gluten-free cones. While the inside shop isn't fido-friendly (Thanks health department regulations), there is an outdoor doghouse available in addition to Tremont Scoops' doggy ice cream.

Tremont Scoops is located at 2362 Professor Ave in Cleveland.

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