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It was first published on September 18, 2011, and is continuously updated with information about low-cost spay/neuter services in East Texas. The most recent update was made on
February 26, 2014.
February 2014 is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month.
February 25, 2015,
is the next World Spay Day.
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Due to Horaneys' going out of business, December 14's clinic was the final one at this site. We thank Al Horaney and his staff for hosting clinics monthly since our first one on Spay Day February 2012.
Please check back for site and date information on 2014 clinics.
To make an appointment with Lynn Foster, D.V.M.,
for a dog or cat to have spay/neuter services
call 903-882-PETS and leave a message.
Dr. Foster will return your call.
Spay/neuter is BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
Animals must not have eaten for 8 hours before their surgery.
SNSSET is grateful to a generous anonymous donor who has offered to fund spay/neuter procedures for dogs that are companion animals to low-income persons. Effective immediately, and until the donated funds are exhausted, dog owners may call Suzanne Alford at 903-566-6940 for a telephone interview about their dog or dogs in need of spay/neuter. The small dog funding has been taken, but you can get on a waiting list. There are some funds left for big dogs (40# or heavier).
Please NOTE: Suzanne is the only person authorized by the donor to clear applicants. To utilize this funding, an owner must call her FIRST. Persons who have s/n done and then apply for financial aid will not be considered under the donor's terms.
This funding is restricted to companion dogs only and intended for dogs living with low-income persons. Rescued dogs awaiting re-homing, dogs in foster care, and sheltered dogs are not eligible. Once a dog has been re-homed and is a companion, that new owner may apply. Except in extenuating circumstances, funding by this donor is limited to five dogs per household.
To arrange to check out humane traps for feral cats, e-mail email@example.com. Traps are kept at a home of a volunteer north of Tyler on U.S. 69 and another volunteer southeast of Tyler off FM 756. Get information on TNR (trap/neuter/release).
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