Improve access to veterinary care for pets of low-income families.
Reduce pet overpopulation.
Eliminate housing barriers to pets and their guardians.
SNIP client wearing an e-collar generously donated by Shameless Cones
Between 2009 and 2011, 749 dogs and 368 cats have received free spay and neuter services through the all-volunteer effort that has evolved into SNIP. Since forming SNIP in mid 2012 an additional 316 dogs and 78 cats have been added to that total.
Pets are valued family members.
People depend on their pets to provide them with stability, companionship, emotional and physical well-being.
As with all family members, pets deserve quality healthcare.
Part of that critical healthcare component includes the resources to spay and neuter pets.