Every dollar helps!
Easy ways to give
1 – Donate today. Spay/Neuter Your Pet has partnered with Network for Good to securely process your online credit card donation via the Network for Good Donor Fund. SNYP and Network for Good do not sell, share, or rent donor information. Donate now.
2 – Donate by mail: SNYP, P.O. Box 477, Medford Oregon 97501
3 – Dedication donations: Donating a gift in someone’s honor or memory is a wonderful way to celebrate a loved one while supporting our mission. When you donate online, please indicate to whom you’d like your donation dedicated, and check the box if you’d like SNYP to send a handcrafted card to the recipient of your gift. Donate now.
4 – Planned giving: There are many options for planned giving that can provide you with tax benefits while helping the animals. Contact the clinic to schedule a meeting.
5 – Vehicle donation program: Donate your used vehicle or boat, get a tax deduction, and help SNYP. Click here for details.
Spay/Neuter Your Pet (SNYP) is a 501(c)(3) organization (tax ID number 91-1804542).
Special Program Funding Needs
Where your donations go
In addition to keeping our spay/neuter fees as low as possible, SNYP raises additional funds to subsidize surgeries for need-based clients.
SNYP also helps those caring individuals who work tirelessly to help reduce community (feral) cat populations. When possible, SNYP provides subsidized support to help reduce and stabilize feral colonies through Trap-Neuter-Return practices.
SNYP is also seeking funding to create a breed-specific incentive program targeted to help reduce Pit Bull overpopulation.
All of these programs rely on donations to operate. If you’d like to designate your donation toward a specific program, please include a note when you donate by mail, or choose the designation when you donate online.
Thank you so much for your support!
What the new clinic does for the region
Why Invest in SNYP?
SNYP is now able to increase the number of surgeries performed annually
SNYP has expanded its services to neighboring Josephine, Klamath and Siskiyou counties
Since 1997, SNYP has had to focus our resources only in Jackson County. The new clinic allows us to expand our services to neighboring counties. In addition, we are now able to not only provide spay/neuter services to the general public but also to shelters and rescue groups.
SNYP is growing its 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 is now supporting shelters spay/neuter before adoption needs in three counties
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.