Why I love SNAP................
They assist every single rescue/shelter/fosters, etc............thru out the San Diego, CA area by making sure everyone has access to affordable spaying & neutering!!! And they are mobile!
If you can't decide how to help all our homeless animal when you want to donate or volunteer think of SNAP as you are helping all animals in San Diego. A lot of the large known rescue groups (Helen Woodward/Humane Societies/etc. ) have a very healthy bank account & have their own vets on site to take care of spaying & neutering but the all volunteer groups need assistance to rescue more animals out of our shelters & off the streets.
SNAP is and has been there for many, many years helping our animal community.
SNAP took great care of my little Frankie when she was spayed. Thank you SNAP. Thank you also for your help in reducing San Diego’s pet overpopulation and lowering our euthanasia rate. ❤️
I was able to get my dog spayed with SNAP, and the whole process was smooth, efficient, but also detailed and informative, and the employees showed genuine concern for my girl. Everyone raves about the price, and yes the price was amazing and unable to be beat by any vet in San Diego county, but the low price didn't mean poor service. The staff was very helpful, clear instructions and attentive at every stage, from scheduling to post operative care.
As someone who does rescue, I know the massive importance of spay/neuter and I love that they approached spay and neuter from an animal welfare mindset, rather than a business for profit. No other vet talks about overpopulation and why spay/neuter is so important, but SNAP keeps the focus on being a responsible owner, so accidental babies aren't born to add to overpopulation. My girl came home from surgery, took a long nap, and got up later in the evening almost like nothing had happened, and by the next day was back to herself with just the tiniest little incision. The only way you would know anything had happened is the cone of shame she is rocking for the next couple days, which was included in the price.
For the price, at private vets you might be able to get an exam and rabies shot (easily $80), but with SNAP for the same amount, you get everything for surgery, go home meds, cone of shame, rabies if needed, and a license if needed- WOW (for $80 for my girl). If I went to a private vet, it would've been more like $500-$800 for the exact same thing, and it would not of helped a non-profit, but a for-profit business, so seems like such a win/win.
They spayed both of my dogs. They are so csring and dedicated. They are providing a wonderful service to our county.
SNAP is an asset to the people and the communities that it serves. It is also one of the smartest non-profits I am aware of as it addresses the problem of unwanted companion animals before they become a challenge that needs to be resolved.
The team at SNAP works tirelessly and efficiently to meet the spay and neuter needs of economically challenged pet owners throughout San Diego county. As a volunteer board member, I am always impressed at the passion and professionalism our team displays when I visit one of our clinics.
Besides providing a service to residents we are also helping cities reduce the financial burden that unwanted pets can present.
SNAP provides an invaluable service to our community by offering low and no-cost spay/neuter programs for pets and families. Compassionate and professional, SNAP's work and educational initiatives, have prevented thousands of unwanted pets from entering the shelter system. It is my hope that, one day, every community has a program as amazing as SNAP.
SNAP is an awesome organization that offers spay and neuter services to low income communities. I highly recommend their services!
I have been involved with SNAP since its inception. I so believe in what we are doing because the alternative is simple to kill more healthy cats and dogs. We have been successful in engaging the entire community in our efforts; the testimonials we receive could make you cry, the clients are so appreciative. Some of them could never afford to have their animal fixed; our low cost fee allows them to do the right thing and to feel good about it.
Spay Neuter Action Project helps all of San Diego County by helping low income pet owners "afford" to spay and neuter their dogs, cats and rabbits. This reduces the number of homeless pets born to fill our shelters.
I trapped a cat in my neighborhood and brought him to Neuter Scooter and then released him back to my neighborhood. After he was neutered, he became a very friendly cat. A neighbor spent some time socializing him. He is now part of their family and lives partially indoors with them. This is not a typical TNR story, but it certainly has a very happy ending! Neuter Scooter staff was super during the whole process and I highly recommend them. And that kitty has a whole new life.
SNAP has always been helpful and excellent at providing services at a reasonable cost. I feel there involvement in the community is top notch ! I have used SNAP for years and will continue to do so.