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August 18th, 2018 at Yellowhammer Brewing

If you live in the 35805 zip code, you can have your pet fixed for free. Just call one of the following clinics and tell them you live in the 35805 zip code and that you want to have your pet fixed.

Apollo Animal Hospital – 256-881-4862

Chase Animal Hospital – 256-851-7297

Governor’s Choice Animal Hospital – 256-534-2241

South Memorial Veterinary Services – 256-270-7639

FREE RABIES SHOT WITH SURGERY!

If you have questions, call Huntsville Animal Services – 256-883-3783.

If you live in the City of Huntsville, but not in the 35805 zip code, you can still have your pet fixed for only $5.00. Please see below:

IF YOU LIVE IN THE CITY OF HUNTSVILLE 
and if you are on Medicaid, WIC, EBT, Social Security Disability,
or if you have an annual household income of $35,000 or less,
you qualify to have your cat or dog spayed or neutered for $5.
Please call one of the following clinics and tell them you live in the
City of Huntsville and that you want to make a Fixin’ AL appointment.

Apollo Animal Hospital – 256-881-4862

Chase Animal Hospital – 256-851-7297

Flint River Animal Hospital – 256-852-3300

Glenn’s Animal Hospital – 256-837-3910

Governor’s Choice Animal Hospital – 256-534-2241

Green Cove Pet Hospital – 256-882-0219

Huntsville Animal Clinic – 256-384-1651

North Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic – 256-489-0418

South Memorial Veterinary Services – 256-270-7639

 

IF YOU LIVE IN MADISON COUNTY

and if you are on Medicaid, WIC, EBT, Social Security Disability,
or if you have an annual household income of $25,000 or less,
you qualify to have your cat or dog spayed or neutered for $5.
Please call one of the following clinics and tell them you live in the
Madison County and that you want to make a $5 appointment.

Chase Animal Hospital – 256-851-7297

Flint River Animal Hospital – 256-852-3300

Governor’s Choice Animal Hospital – 256-534-2241

North Alabama Spay/Neuter Clinic – 256-489-0418

Owens Cross Roads Animal Hospital – 256-725-4916

This program has funding for a few spays and neuters. Please call one of the clinics listed above.

 

SNAP exists to. . .

  • Reduce the number of dogs and cats euthanized at local shelters.
  • Reduce the number of unwanted dogs and cats who end up dumped, neglected or abused.
  • Provide a way for low-income families and individuals to be responsible pet owners.

Similar programs in other states have reduced euthanasia by as much as 75%.

SNAP (Spay/Neuter Action Project) is a 501 (c) (3) organization that serves Madison County, Alabama.
SNAP funds surgeries for the companion animals of low income members of our community.
Participating veterinarians discount their fees as a service to our community.
Please consider donating to your local community.

 

Send us an email at [email protected]
Or call us at 256-541-4840.
For Spay/Neuter Assistance call 256-830-8459.