Spay Neuter Network

Kaufman, Texas, USA

$19,442

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Mission

Our mission is to eliminate pet overpopulation through free or low-cost spay/neuter while empowering our communities to care responsibly for their pets.

What We Do

Founded in 2003, Spay Neuter Network (SNN) is nationally recognized for its expertise in high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter services. Our mission is accomplished by offering free and affordable high-volume spay/neuter, wellness and vaccination services for dogs and cats in North Texas. Since our founding, we have altered more than 300,000 pets and administered more than 400,000 vaccinations. While we're spaying-neutering, vaccinating, and microchipping pets, we're also building on these programs to make services easier than ever for low-income pet owners to access to help save lives and sustain and improve Dallas Animal Services' live release rate. We operate three brick-and-mortar clinics located in Crandall, Fort Worth, and Dallas, Texas, in areas of town where low-cost services are most needed. We operate mobile spay-neuter and vaccination clinics, which focus on bringing services directly to underserved low-income neighborhoods in North Texas. We provide animal transports to and from more than 35 locations in and around North Texas as well as from individual homes, if needed, to one of our clinic locations. Our outreach program educates pet owners by going door-to-door in targeted neighborhoods as well as talking with people face-to-face at special events around North Texas. Additionally, we offer humane education to North Texas schools to help the next generation become more responsible pet owners. This coming year, we're also expanding our services to provide access to low-cost vet care in multiple sites in Dallas - areas where there are veterinary deserts (no accessible veterinary services in various low-income neighborhoods around town). Access to care addresses another reason low-income pet owner's surrender their pets and builds on our current programs to reduce animals entering the city shelter and having to be euthanized because of lack of homes. As our mission states we are working to eliminate pet overpopulation while helping pet owners learn how to take care of their dogs and cats - and we are always looking for innovative ways to approach this problem.

Staff

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Bonnie H.

Board Member

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Jacob C.

Marketing and Communications Director

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Kelly R.

Finance Manager