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What the new spay/neuter clinic will do

Having a spay/neuter clinic

will allow SNYP to:

  • Increase the number of surgeries performed annually
  • Continue to serve the underserved population in Jackson County
  • Expand our services to neighboring Josephine, Klamath and Siskiyou counties
  • Grow our community (feral and stray) cat services
  • Support shelters spay/neuter before adoption needs in three counties
  • Introduce new spay/neuter services for specialty breeds such as Pit Bulls and Chihuahuas

In the past, SNYP was able to facilitate up to 3,400 spays and neuters per year. Our goal is to increase this number to over 5,000 per year.

Increase number of counties served

Increase number of shelter partners

Increase number of surgeries per year

Amount needed for start-up

Donor Wall

 

The SNYP donor wall will be built in the lobby of our new clinic and offer handmade ceramic paws prominently engraved with the name of the donor and when appropriate, the company logo.

 

 

Amount needed for start-up

Amount raised as of December 2, 2018

Giving Opportunities

Start-up Equipment

 

Surgical Tables (2) $4477
Surgical Lights (2) $4848
Anesthesia machines (2) $10,180
Autoclave and instruments $7,574
Exam table and respiratory monitors $4,187
Kennels:

–  2 dog runs

–  Small dog kennels

–  Cat kennels

 

$4,121

$4,333

$5,202

Construction/remodel/cabinetry $8,000
Clinic software – annual fee $1,200
Speed Queen washer and dryer $1,700

Program support:

 

Assistance Program

For need-based clients: provides $25 subsidy for 400 individuals

$10,000
Community Cat Program

Support SNYP’s feral work through financial funding of regular mini-fix-a-thons. Program includes additional vet and vet tech expenses, medication and vaccinations.  $1,400 per clinic.

$16,800
Special Breed Programs

Support special discount campaigns for Pit Bulls and Chihuahuas. The program includes an incentive subsidy at $50 for 100 dogs.

$5,000 per breed

Help make our clinic possible.

Every dollar helps!

Wish List

Maybe you have one or two in your closet?

 

  • Towels, towels and more towels
  • Blankets
  • Office supplies (staplers, copy paper, scissors, pens, sharpies, etc.)
  • Metal storage racks (3)
  • Laundry detergent and dish soap
  • Brooms, mops, buckets
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Microwave
  • First aid kit
  • Surge protectors (3)
  • Office chair with rollers
  • Shop-Vac
  • Stepladder
  • Mini Refrigerator
  • Hudson sprayer
  • Dry erase board and markers
  • Pillowcases

In-Kind Opportunities

Carpentry help

  • Installing cabinets and countertops
  • Building a storage shed  to securely store humane cat traps and feral fix-a-thon mash unit supplies
  • Helping install the kennels and dog runs

Promotion help

  • If you are a social media maven we’d love your help!  Getting the word out is an important part of making the clinic happen.

 

 

Help make our clinic possible.

Every bit helps!

What the new clinic will do

Why Invest in SNYP?

SNYP will be able to increase the number of surgeries performed annually
In the past, SNYP was able to facilitate up to 3,400 spays and neuters per year.  Our goal is to increase this number to over 5,000 per year within 16 months of operation.

SNYP will be able to continue to serve the under-served population in Jackson County
Serving those kind-hearted individuals that love their pets but can’t afford the cost of a spay/neuter surgery has been a founding principle of our organization. The new clinic will allow us to expand our support to more families and seniors.
SNYP can expand our services to neighboring Josephine, Klamath and Siskiyou counties
For the past 21 years, SNYP has had to focus our resources only in Jackson County.  The new clinic will allow us to expand our services to neighboring counties.  We will now be able to not only provide spay/neuter services to the general public but also to shelters and rescue groups.
SNYP can grow our community (feral and stray) cat services
Increasing the number of community (feral and stray) cats served is a major incentive for SNYP.  With the new facility, we can organize ongoing mini-fix-a-thons and begin to make an impact on this overpopulation crisis.
SNYP will be able to support shelters spay/neuter before adoption needs in three counties
SNYP is presently in discussions with shelters and rescue groups in three counties to provide affordable spay/neuter services for pets before adoption.  This is a win-win service that will help support the shelters fix before adoption initiatives and also help bring revenue to our clinic.

SNYP will be able to create new spay/neuter services for specialty breeds such as Pit Bulls
SNYP is presently investigating special campaigns targeted at addressing the overpopulation of specialty breeds such as Pit Bulls and Chihuahuas.  SNYP is seeking funding to help subsidize these new programs.

Help make our clinic possible.

Every dollar helps!

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