Get our clinic ready
NOW – Opening
There are all sorts of support activities we need help with. From tracking down our wish list items to hunting for the best deals in town! If you are a super shopper or champion discount dealmaker we’d love to meet you.
In the coming months, we’ll be installing cabinetry and medical equipment, unpacking the supplies and getting the clinic ready.
If you are a party planner or the ultimate baker we have an open house calling your name.
Support Clinic Best Practices
Help keep the clinic running smoothly
Once the clinic is open
A low-cost spay/neuter clinic can only stay in business if we provide high-quality care at a high-volume. If you are interested in supporting our veterinary team throughout the day we’ll be happy to train you. Here’s some opportunities:
Animal Check-in and Check-out
We’ll need lots of support in the mornings and afternoons to help check-in and discharge the day’s client load.
Spend time monitoring patients after their spay or neuter surgery.
Help clean and sterilize surgical instruments for quick turnaround, and help keep the clinic ship-shape throughout the day.
We’ll be using best practices for a low-cost, high-volume, high-quality clinic. There’s lots to learn and it’s a fascinating opportunity for someone who might want to go into veterinary medicine.
Join our Community Cats Team
Once the clinic is open
One of our key initiatives is to increase the number of community cats we fix. Our goal is to increase our mini-fix-a-thons to once a month and work toward a once a week mini-fix-a-thon.
Presently, SNYP provides services for trapping, neutering and returning feral cats to their home territories. This practice is commonly referred to as Trap-Neuter-Return. TNR has been found to be the most effective, humane and long-term method of feral cat population control. Not only does it stop the growth of the colony, but it also eliminates many undesirable behaviors such as spraying, yowling, wandering and littering. TNR makes community cats better neighbors and healthier colonies.
TNR volunteers are a special group of dedicated people. We welcome anyone who would like to find out more about working the mini-fix-a-thons or becoming part of our trapping team.
Spread the Word
Always and ongoing
If you are interested in helping get the clinic connected with the community we have an opportunity for you. Every corner of the four-county area needs to know about our new services. Whether you live in Jackson, Josephine, Klamath or Siskiyou county we’d love to meet you!