Help SNYP create the first spay/neuter clinic in southern Oregon
After much research and soul searching SNYP will be opening a spay/neuter clinic at 111 N. Pacific Hwy in Talent Oregon. The clinic will be the only standalone low-cost spay/neuter clinic in a four-county area. Our projected opening date will be in the first quarter of 2019.
Make a Donation
By making a donation to the SNYP Spay/Neuter Clinic capital fund you are helping to create a solution to the pet overpopulation crisis in southern Oregon. With this new clinic, SNYP will be able to target key populations including community (feral and stray) cats and breed specific issues such as Pit Bulls, in addition to helping the community at large find low-cost spay/neuter solutions. Every dollar helps us get closer to reaching our goal. Discover the many ways to help.
New Clinic Services
Pet cat and dog spay/neuters
Affordable spay/neuter services for owned
dogs and cats.
SNYP Assistance Program
SNYP offers financial assistance for dog and cat spay/neuters
to qualifying low-income clients.
Community cat spay/neuters
SNYP works with community cat caregivers to trap-neuter-return feral and stray cats.
Volume partner spay/neuters
SNYP supports shelter spay/neuter before adoption needs.
Existing SNYP Services
While SNYP transitions to our new spay/neuter clinic we are still offering the following CAT services:
What Drives Us
Spay/Neuter Your Pet is committed to providing affordable spay/neuter services to the communities of southern Oregon and northern California to reduce the tragedy of pet overpopulation through prevention.
It is our mission to:
- Provide affordable spay/neuter services to the public with special attention to providing assistance to the underserved population.
- Support the needs of community cats and their caregivers.
- Reinforce southern Oregon and northern California shelters’ efforts to spay/neuter pets before adoption
- Educate the community on the importance of spay/neutering their pets.
SNYP is seeking volunteers to help support the new clinic from morning intake and afternoon discharge to supporting the surgical team.
The opportunities are many and varied.
Discover how you can help!
Having a dedicated spay/neuter clinic will allow SNYP to:
- Increase the number of surgeries performed annually
- 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 specific breeds such as Pit Bulls