The Spay/Neuter Assistance Program of the Southern Tier, Inc. has partnered with Shelter Outreach Services (S.O.S.) to provide affordable spay/neuter and vaccination services for the companion animals in our community.
By surgically removing a pets reproductive organs, we can end the terrible problem of pet overpopulation. You show your concern for your pet and for all animals by having your dog or cat altered.
Thanks to the generosity of local donors, volunteers, and the efforts of our three community shelters Chemung County SPCA, Elmira Animal Shelter and Horseheads Animal Shelter, S.N.A.P. and S.O.S. offer low-cost spay and neutering services to pets of qualified low-income applicants. Each animal receives a physical examination, spay or neuter surgery under anesthetic, and, if needed, rabies and/or distemper vaccinations.
Pet overpopulation and animal homelessness is a community responsibility. Please help by spaying and neutering your pet!
To apply for the S.N.A.P./S.O.S. clinic,
please follow these steps:
You must include the required supporting documents (of your pets vaccinations and your income). Missing information will delay the approval process.
Paradise Garden Animal Haven (PGAH) works in concert with a number of agencies, including the Chemung County Humane Society and SPCA, SPAY USA and the Shelter Outreach Services (S.O.S.) of Ithaca, to provide high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to area residents.
Clinics are held four times every month (2 Sundays and 2 Thursdays) at the Chemung County SPCA in Big Flats. Each clinic accommodates about 24 cats and 8 dogs. All surgeries also include a physical exam and a nail trim. Rabies and distemper shots are also available for an additional small fee, as well as ear mite and/or flea treatment.
For more information on pricing and the application process, please call (607) 458-5785, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the link above.
Humane education continues to be an essential part of a child's instruction. Teaching young people kindness toward animals is an integral step in teaching compassion and respect for one another - studies have shown that children who learn these lessons mature into caring, empathetic adults.
Book a program for your classroom
The Chemung County SPCA has been providing our community's schools with humane education programs for over 20 years. Our program can cater to children in PreK through eighth grade and focuses on three primary objectives:
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