Note from the Director
Dear Friends:In an effort to provide the best in care to our clients and patients, SNAP-NC is excited to announce a new way of packaging our services. We will still be providing sterilization surgery packaged with vaccines at no additional cost. However, effective January 1, 2014, there will be small increases in fees ($5-10) for some patients (no increase for others), but you will find that we are now going to include – at no additional cost – take home pain medicine for all pets that need it, as well as e-collars for male dogs.
As before, if you feel that your pet does not need one or more of the packaged services (such as a vaccination or e-collar), there is no discount. The packaged price is the price for each surgery. And, as before, there may be additional costs if there are complications to a routine surgery (such as a pregnancy, hernia, etc.)
Please go to the “Services & Fees” tab on the menu bar above and you will be able to see all prices in greater detail.
SNAP-NC has not increased prices since 2008, even in the face of increased costs of supplies and a terrible economy. We have also seen a decrease in donations given our poor economy. We hope that you can understand the need for this nominal increase (indeed, in some cases the total costs will be less – i.e. male dogs going home with pain meds and an e-collar). We are still as passionate as ever about our cause and we strive to provide the best in care for your furry friends!
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks so much and have a Wonderful Holiday Season!
SNAP-NC receives a Certificate of Outstanding Service and a monetary donation from TAPPS (Triangle Area Professional Pet Sitters). We'd like to thank TAPPS for supporting our efforts to stop pet overpopulation in North Carolina! Pictured: Amy Dittig (President of TAPPS 2013), Nancy Stevens (Past President) and Dr. Barfield (Program Director, SNAP-NC).
SNAP-NC is "Here to Help"!
Click here to watch SNAP-NC being featured on WRAL's "Here to Help" segment. Reporter, Beau Minnick, experiences a day in the life on the SNAP-NC mobile hospital!