Welcome to SNIP
The Siskiyou Spay Neuter Program (SNIP) is a non-profit volunteer only organization formed in 2002 to help end dog and cat overpopulation in Siskiyou County through education, support and need-based financial assistance to pet owners. Since 2002, SNIP has given out over $660,000+ in spay and neuter coupons and has helped facilitate the spay and neuter of over 25,000 pets in Siskiyou County.
“Our concern and empathy for homeless and euthanized dogs and cats (the consequence of overpopulation) provides us with the motivation for our programs and actions.”
Founder Cheryl Webber
In addition to serving pet owners throughout Siskiyou County, we have helped pay for spay/neuters for Siskiyou County Animal Control, the Siskiyou Humane Society, and The Rescue Ranch in Yreka. No more homeless or euthanized pets in Siskiyou County! Our program is completely funded by donations, gifts and grants.
For more information on adding us to your Will or Trust, please click here.
Want to help animals for Christmas, give a gift, and get a tax deduction?
Make a donation to SNIP in memory of a loved one, in honor of someone special, or in memory of a loved ones fur baby that crossed of the Rainbow bridge! Send a check to SNIP with all the information and SNIP will send out a letter letting that special someone know that a donation has been made!
Be sure and put all the pertinent information in with you donation! Is it in memory of or honor of, persons name, name and address of person who should receive the letter, if in memory of a pet, pet's name, type of pet( cat , dog, etc.) and name and address of person who should receive letter. Please include a phone number in case SNIP has any questions! The work SNIP does in our community is vital!
Send donations with information to SNIP 218 Executive Ct. Yreka, CA 96097
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In Honor of Dr. Dakota Woodard, DMV
On January 17th 2020 heaven gained an angel and we lost our beloved vet and an amazing person. Dr Dakota Woodard (DVM) was suddenly taken from us after an accident happened on his property. To honor Dr. Woodard, you can make a donation in his name to support SNIP animals in need of medical intervention.