One of the best ways to increase our life-saving efforts and reduce overpopulation of unexpected litters and homeless pets is through low-cost, high-volume sterilization efforts.
Located on the Alachua County Humane Society campus, Operation PetSnip offers high-quality, low-cost spay and neuter services for pets and community cats to anyone, regardless of income or location.
Operation Petsnip’s mission is to end euthanasia of healthy cats and dogs locally through increased sterilization and adoption programs, enhance the quality of life for pets and their owners through humane education, and foster collaboration between all area animal welfare groups.
All surgeries require an appointment. We strongly encourage pet owners to establish a relationship with a private veterinarian for the lifetime care of your pet.
Animals must be healthy, at least 8 weeks old and weigh at least 2 pounds. If your pet is a senior, please contact us for special pre-operative evaluation and instructions. Your pet’s safety is our primary concern. The veterinarian may decline surgery on any animal.
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In 2016, Operation Petsnip at the Alachua County Humane Society received a grant of $25,000 to help spay/neuter over 290 large breed dogs. This grant will save thousands of lives by reducing pet overpopulation.
Operation PetSnip Reaches 20,000 Pets Spayed, Neutered August 2014 | Independent Florida Alligator
After five years and more than 30 low-cost spay and neutering procedures every day, No More Homeless Pets reached its goal. The nonprofit organization surpassed a total of 20,000 surgeries this month with its Operation PerSnip initiative since it was founded in October 2009. Since then, euthanasia rates have plummeted 90 percent. Read More.