Spay Neuter Assistance Program

Our services are limited to the following counties in southwest Missouri: Christian, Greene, Webster, Dallas, Polk, and Lawrence.

mission statement
SNAP's mission is to eliminate the need for euthanasia in our community's animal shelters, to reduce the number of homeless animals, and to educate the public about the importance of spay/neuter.

a dream for the future

SNAP volunteers share a dream for the future. We dream of the day when animal shelters exist only as temporary safe havens for animals who have wandered away from their loving homes and are simply waiting for their owners to claim them.

There are regions of our country that are close to realizing this dream, but Southwest Missouri is not one of them.

Since September 2000, SNAP has assisted pet owners with nearly 16,000 spays and neuters, using the services of more than 25 veterinary clinics in Springfield, MO and surrounding areas. Specific statistics on SNAP's spays and neuters are available for viewing online.

It is our desire that the Spay Neuter Assistance Program will be a valuable asset to the animals, the pet owners, and the veterinarians. Our program has already made a huge difference via those thousands of surgeries. We believe our program can have an even larger impact with your continued support. (continue)

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