Spay/Neuter Support Services of East Texas - Spay. Neuter. NOW.

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Spay Neuter NOW
SpokesBubba and the Spay Neuter Gang

Welcome to our site! 

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 
April 23, 2014.
February 2015 is Spay/Neuter Awareness Month.
February 25, 2015,
 is the next World Spay Day.
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Please check back for dates and sites of future vaccination 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.
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 Traps are kept at homes of volunteers. See our TNR page on this site for information on TNR (trap/neuter/release).
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