SNAP (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) of Gallia County

PO Box 86
Gallipolis, Ohio 45631

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Spay/Neuter Application



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 We apologize for the inconvenience but this situation is beyond our control.


This is a nonprofit organization funded by personal donations and fund-raisers. You must be a resident of Gallia County to apply for assistance. Everyone is required to pay and the copay must be paid in advance. A pre-payment card will be mailed to you. We use French Town Veterinary Clinic for dogs (up to 50 pounds) and cats, and Riverbend Animal Clinic for cats.

Please complete the following form and submit when finished. After we receive your application, we will be in touch as soon as we can. Please be patient, as this is an all-volunteer organization.

Thank you!

(If you have any trouble with this form, let us know.)

Please fill out the form COMPLETELY and ACCURATELY.

Do NOT submit more than one form at a time.

Be careful and fill it out correctly the FIRST TIME,

then submit ONE application.

Multiple form submissions will NOT be processed.

This is the total income of all household members, including jobs, disability, food stamps, alimony, child support, retirement, social security, etc.

Are you employed?


Please include only those dogs in need of spaying or neutering.

You MUST include weight of dogs, or we will NOT process application. If you think the dog is close to 50 pounds, please take it to a vet and have it weighed.

Have they had shots?
Have they been to a vet?
Are the dogs kept inside or outside?


Please include only those cats in need of spaying or neutering.

Have they had shots?
Have they been to a vet?
Are the cats kept inside or outside?

This application was revised May 2019. All other versions will not be processed.