SNIPP - Spay/Neuter Indiana PA Pets
Low-cost spay/Neuter for Dogs and Cats

Get your dog or cat spayed or neutered

Low- Cost Services for Cats

SNIPP holds regularly scheduled clinics throughout the year, usually at the Coral Graceton Fire Hall in Coral, PA.  Our vet, Dr. Becky Morrow from Frankie's Friends in New Kensington, brings her mobile operating room to the fire hall and typically spays or neuters as many as 50 cats in one day!

Clinics scheduled for 2017 and 2018

  • The following mobile clinics will be held at the Coral Graceton Fire Hall in Coral, PA:
  • November 12, 2017
  • December 3, 2017
  • January 7, 2018
  • January 28, 2018
  • February 24, 2018
  • March 18, 2018
  • April 14, 2018
  • May 6, 2018
  • May 27, 2018
  • June 23, 2018
  • July 15, 2018
  • August 11, 2018
  • September 2, 2018
  • September 30, 2018
  • October 21, 2018
  • November 18, 2018
  • December 16, 2018

Other Low Cost Clinics

Because our services are in such demand, our wait list for spay/neuter surgeries for cats is typically several months long.  If you are in need of getting your cat altered more quickly, here are some other options:

  1. Action for Animals, Latrobe PA  724-539-2544 
  2. Orphans of the Storm, Kittanning PA  724-548-4520
  3. Indian Springs Veterinary Clinic, Indiana PA  724-463-3549

All of these clinics offer low-cost services comparable to our prices.  Call them directly to book an appointment that is convenient for you.


Please note that you must contact us to get sponsored to get the discounted prices at Indian Springs.   

Services for Dogs

We have arrangements with Indian Springs Veterinary Clinic in Indiana PA to perform spay/neuter surgeries on dogs.   Please contact us for sponsorship and we will explain how to arrange your appointment.  

FAQs

  1. Do I have to live in Indiana County to use your services?    We  give preference to those from Indiana County but will provide services to those in surrounding counties as well.
  2. How do I get on your wait list?     Please use the contact us button and send us your name, address, phone # and number and gender of cats and we will call you as soon as we can.
  3. Why does it take so long to get an appointment?   Because we offer such low-cost services, we typically have a few hundred cats on our wait list at any given time.  We provide services to people feeding community/feral cat colonies as well as those who have barn cats.  Sometimes there can be 20+ cats in a colony and once we have started on a colony we work till we are finished with all of the cats.  That is the only way to ensure that the population doesn't get out of control again.
  4. How old does a cat need to be to get spayed/neutered?  They need to be at least 2 lbs in weight, which is usually around 2-3 months of age.
  5. What if I cannot afford to get all of my cats or dogs fixed?  We will work with you to determine what is affordable for you.  We have fundraiser throughout the year and also apply for grants to help us to subsidize surgeries for those who need financial assistance.   Please call us to discuss arrangements.

Price List


Spay/neuters performed at other clinics vary in price from those listed here.

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to continue to provide low- or no-cost spays and neuters to Indiana and surrounding counties.

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About Us

Who is SNIPP?


SNIPP was formed in 2013 by a group of animal advocates who recognized the need for an organization dedicated only to spay and neuter services.  We augment the services of the existing local animal organizations by focusing our efforts solely on raising funds and providing veterinary services for spay and neuter activities in the Indiana County area. 

Our Mission

SNIPP's missions is to provide low-cost or no-cost spay and neuter surgery for cats and dogs in the Indiana County area.  Our focus is on assisting pet owners who do not have the means themselves to have their animals spayed or neutered.  We provide services for pet populations that are typically ignored such as feral cats and barn cats, in addition to helping those with limited means with spaying and neutering their house pets.Our goal is to reduce the unwanted animals that are abandoned daily at local animal shelters.  Some benefits of spaying and neutering include:

  • Allows female pets to live longer by preventing uterine infections and breast cancer
  • Prevents testicular cancer in males if done before 6 months of age
  • Prevents females from going into heat
  • Keeps males at home and helps them to be better behaved (no more spraying to mark their territory!)
  • Reduces the number of unwanted animals roaming the streets
  • More importantly, helps reduce pet overpopulation and the number of animals that are euthanized.

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