About SNAP of Gallia County
All-volunteer charitable organization
Serving Gallia County, Ohio
Offering spay/neuter assistance
SNAP (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) of Gallia County is an all-volunteer organization. We serve the community of Gallia County, Ohio by reducing the number of unwanted cats and dogs. We do this by providing access to low-cost, or no-cost, spaying and neutering, and through education concerning the importance of spay/neuter. Our organization is proud to use, and recommend, French Town Veterinary Clinic, Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, and Help for Animals Spay/Neuter Clinic for these spay and neuter procedures.
We provide the access to qualifying pet owners, and to individuals caring for stray or feral cats, or pound or shelter dogs and cats. SNAP volunteers or board members review applications to determine if an individual qualifies for assistance, based on different factors, such as income and number of cats and dogs.
SNAP also participates in cat trapping-neuter-return (TNR) initiatives. For information on feral cats, TNR, adoption, and other pet topics, see our Resources page.
SNAP of Gallia County Board of Directors
Chris Myers Cozza
"THANKS so much for what you are doing, the heart you have for animals, the time and private finances you give! Thank you for making a difference here in Gallia County." Dottie Esque
"Thanks again for all your work out here (Holcomb Hollow Rd.). It's (humane trap-neuter-return) made such a difference." Cathy Suiter
"Thank you for all you have done for cats and dogs in Gallia County. It is a hard job and few understand that, and fewer step up to help." Sandra McFarland "For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve." Mark 10:45
Please Note: SNAP is a spay/neuter assistance organization, and we do not take in stray or unwanted animals.