Pet Welfare Organization Helps Little Dogs from Over- Multiplying

San Diego, June 21, 2017 – The Spay Neuter Action Project, the first organization in San Diego County to provide programs to solve the tragic outcomes of pet overpopulation, announces its “All Chihuahua” specialty spay/neuter clinic on Thursday, June 22, at the VFW in Lemon Grove. SNAP, as more commonly known around the community, is a registered, non-profit organization that formed in 1990 to reduce the number of unwanted pets [...]

June 21st, 2017|

SNAP Offers “Large Dog” Specialty Spay/Neuter Clinic at Affordable Rates

San Diego, June 2, 2017 – The Spay Neuter Action Project (, the first organization in San Diego County to provide programs to solve the tragic outcomes of pet overpopulation, announces its “Large Dog” specialty spay/neuter clinic on Saturday, June 3, at Sweetwater High School in National City. SNAP is a non-profit, 501(c)3, charitable organization that was formed in 1990 with the goal of reducing the number of unwanted pets [...]

June 2nd, 2017|

The Coast News: Dog by Dog Movie

ENCINITAS — Five years ago, Christopher Grimes said he wanted to answer what he thought was a straightforward question — how are the owners of commercial dog kennels, sometimes referred to as “puppy mills,” able to keep states and the federal government to not better regulate their operations, which have come under scrutiny in some cases for the inhumane treatment of the pets they breed. Activists for years have cast [...]

May 30th, 2017|

How Can You Save Hundreds of Pet Lives?

By Spay/Neutering One. Millions of animals get euthanized in shelters every year simply because there aren't enough homes. It's a numbers problem - We can't adopt our way out of this pet overpopulation crisis. And here is why: One unspayed female cat can produce up to 370,000 offspring. By just spay/neutering one cat we can reduce the pet overpopulation drastically and save hundreds of lives. In every community, in every [...]

January 11th, 2017|

Why Spay & Neuter? – Here Are 3 Reasons Why…

By Dorell Sackett "She's like a different cat, so happy now, wanders less and is even more friendly with dogs." More than 2.3 million cats and dogs are getting euthanized in U.S. shelters every year simply because there are not enough homes. Only 1 out of 10 dogs and cats entering a shelter gets adopted.   3. IT’S GOOD FOR OUR COMMUNITY: Unaltered dogs cause nearly 100% of serious bites in our communities. [...]

January 11th, 2017|

Local Students Take the Lead in Reducing Pet Overpopulation

San Diego, May 21, 2016 – Sweetwater High School, located since 1920 on the corner of Highland Avenue and E. 30th Street in National City, is home to over 40 student-based clubs and organizations including the Animal C.A.R.E. Club.  Founded on the principles of Compassion, Advocacy, Respect, and Education, the club meets each week during lunch to discuss animal welfare issues, plan volunteer activities, and inform the student body at-large [...]

May 21st, 2016|

Passion for Paws – 92024 Magazine

November 1, 2015. She’s Always Loved Animals, Which is Why Dorell Volunteers with Spay Neuter Action Project Dorell Phillips Sackett and her husband Mark have lived in Quail Hollow for 18 years. Mark is an avid surfer (think dawn sessions). Their two daughters are vegetarians and Dorell is a dedicated vegan. Their family includes four dogs, one of which is always a foster from the shelter, and a cat. Exploring [...]

November 1st, 2015|
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