Call Four Footed Friends at 724-349-1144
SNIPP holds regularly scheduled clinics throughout the year, usually at the Coral Graceton Fire Hall in Coral, PA.
Our long-time veterinarian, Dr. Beck Morrow, has moved to another state and can no longer provide mobile spay/neuter services for us. We are looking for other options to continue with our mobile clinics and are currently contracting with Animal Friends from Pittsburgh when they are available. We do not have any scheduled clinics that we can post at this time as we are scheduling with them on a month-to-month basis. Our clinics are held at the Coral Graceton Fire Department.
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:
All of these clinics offer low-cost services comparable to our prices. Call them directly to book an appointment that is convenient for you.
Indian Springs Veterinary Clinic in Indiana PA is currently limiting us to 2 dogs/month for spay or neuter surgery. We have a very long wait list for Indian Springs and are not accepting dogs for the wait list at this time. However, if you want to take your dog to Action for Animals in Latrobe, you can call them directly at 724-539-2544, make an appointment, and message us with the estimated cost and appointment date. We can work with you to provide a voucher that you can use there to help with the costs.
Your support and contributions will enable us to continue to provide low- or no-cost spays and neuters to Indiana and surrounding counties.
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.
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: