SPAY-NEUTER assistance PROGRAM (SNAP)
The Medicine Hat SPCA’s is able to provide the Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) due to a grant from the City of Medicine Hat. Pet overpopulation is a huge problem all over the world. Animals are being euthanized each day due too overcrowding in shelters all across the world. This program was put into place for those individuals wanting to help their animals but can not afford to spay or neuter them. If a person is on any kind of financial assistance they may apply for this program and may receive the discounted spay/neuter fees.
If any one of the following applies to your family, complete an application for low cost spay/neuter assistance (available at the shelter) and attach proper documentation (applicant’s name must be on documentation).
We receive assistance from a Provincial or Federal agency. Attach a photocopy of one of the following.-current letter from Social worker or a current client reporting card.
We are low income but not on Social Assistance. Present any of the following at time of application.-Income tax documents-employment insurance documents- workers compensation documents- pay stubs from your place of employment .
Application can be made at any time of the year. If you have questions regarding the low cost spay/neuter assistance program, please call our office at 403-526-7722 for more information.
rural spay neuter assistance program
Due to grants received from the CanFel Foundation and the Four Feet Companion Foundation, as of Jan 2017 we are able to offer the Spay/Neuter Assistance Program to rural areas surrounding the City of Medicine Hat as well, including but not limited to: Cypress County and the County of 40 Mile.
Application can be made at any time of the year, and assistance is available until the funds run out. If you have questions regarding the low cost spay/neuter assistance program, please call our office at 403-526-7722 for more information.