Upcoming Events & News2021-10-27T11:14:21-07:00

Clinics

Cats

SNAP and Pet Assistance Foundation are excited to announce three All-Cat Spay/Neuter Clinics on upcoming Thursdays!

Discounted clinics are available for pet owners with qualifying income.

Imperial Beach & Coronado Residents

SNAP and Coronado Cares have once again partnered to assist families in the Imperial Beach and Coronado communities with low-cost spaying/neutering services!  Reservations are limited, so be sure to make your appointment early!

Discounted clinics are available for pet owners with qualifying income.

Participate in the National event!

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

  • Every dollar will help us reach our goal of $3500 to pay for one full free clinic.
  • Photo Contest – Enter a photo of your pet for only $5 per entry for a chance to be featured on the 2022 #GivingTuesday postcard. Send your photo to photo@snap-sandiego.org.
  • “Bronze Paw Donors” Welcomed! Match our $3500 goal AND have a clinic named in your honor (location of your choice) plus your name on a kennel inside the new Neuter Scooter!

Saturday, November 20, 2021
9 am – 3 pm
NTC Park at Liberty Station
San Diego

Free admission! Bring your friendly dog, enjoy music, eat yummy food, get tips from vets – plus find awesome pet products and services! Bring the whole family! There will be something for everyone!

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