The charitable mission of Project PetSnip is to stem the staggering pet overpopulation problem in Miami by providing free and low-cost spay and neuter services and veterinary health care to animals in need. Our primary target populations are 1) animals from rescue groups, shelters, and humane societies; 2) stray and unclaimed animal; 3) feral cats and community cats; and 4) pets from individuals of low income that cannot afford traditional veterinary care.
The PetSnip team with a litter of large breed puppies that were all just spayed and neutered.
PetSnip volunteers helping with an English bulldog about to be neutered through our low-cost program.
Free Spay/Neuter for Community Cats
We host a free, no co-payment, no income-qualification, no-limit spay and neuter service for any presented community cat in Miami-Dade County. All cats must receive a left ear-tip as part of the program. A free rabies vaccine is also included.
Low-income Spay/Neuter Program for Dogs and Pet Cats
Low-income residents of Miami-Dade County that receive Medicaid, Food Stamps, Jackson Memorial Clinic Care Card, Supplemental Social Security (SSI), or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) qualify for the SFVET program. For this low cost program, there is a $10 spay/neuter co-payment for cats and a $20 spay/neuter co-payment for dogs. Qualified Animal Rescue Organizations are also eligible for this program.
We host a specialized low-cost spay/neuter program for pet rabbits, a unique service offered by few other clinics in South Florida.
Snip ABC is a targeted campaign to spay/neuter "All Bullies and Chihuahuas". These dog breeds are surrendered to Miami animal shelters more than any others, so our focus here is to spay and neuter the highest at-risk dogs in the community.