We are no longer able to provide assistance with the spaying or neutering of dogs 50 pounds or over. We recommend you contact Help for Animals in Barboursville, West Virginia (very close to the Huntington Mall). The low-cost spay and neuter clinic is available to anyone, regardless of income. Their phone number is 800-953-7297. You can access the cost of the spay or neuter by visiting they website at helpforanimals.net. We apologize for the inconvenience but this situation is beyond our control.
We received a $1,000 grant from the Ohio Pet Fund!
You can support this worthwhile endeavor by
securing a pet-friendly license plate or making a donation.
Pet overpopulation, high rates of euthanasia, health issues, behavior difficulties - just some of the problems tackled by spaying and neutering. We want to help if we can.
SNAP of Gallia County's Role
Never Give Animals as Gifts
As enticing as it might seem to picture a loved one holding a puppy or kitten on a birthday or holiday, resist the urge. Surprise pets are the worst, but even if the person wants a pet, it's much better to visit a shelter together, and let them pick out the animal.
Summer is Still Baby Time
Spring brings about new life, both wild and domestic, and it continues into summer. Every year at this time shelters and rescues are swamped with kittens. Please spay or neuter your dogs and cats, and keep your pets inside. It's safer and healthier.
These are three easy ways to help the animals:
Make a secure donation to SNAP using your PayPal account, or a credit card.
Shop at Amazon using the Smile program, and SNAP receives a percentage of your purchase total.
Help fund spay/neuter programs as you spread the message everywhere you drive! Order the Ohio Pet Friendly license plate.