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.
Snip provides a better life for adoptable companion animals without homes and to assist in the effort to limit the overpopulation of these animals by assisting with spay and neuter to prevent over population . Snip believes that hope and compassion is the answer. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Through determination, love, and advocacy, our team works tirelessly each day to contribute our part for the greater good.
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with the challenge of the never ending demand to save dogs and cats needing, love, rehabilitation, spay/neutered and rehoming. We working each and every day to make a positive impact for the animals and their owners. We know that dogs and cats are not able to speak for themselves, so we use our voice to ensure their happiness.
We also provide emergency rescue for dogs and cats. And with our partnership with Siskiyou Domestic Violence & Crisis Center we provide a safe haven for the pets of victims of domestic violence so they can seek help.
We also provide microchipping services for $25.00
Our program is completely funded by donations, gifts and grants. To help keep our program going, you can donate through venmo: @siskiyousnip, paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail check to our corporate address: 218 Executive Court, Yreka, CA.
For more information on adding us to your Will or Trust, please click here.
Now Offering Weekly Neuter Clinics
Available cats only at this time.
Services available on Tuesdays.
Due to no-shows, we are requiring a $40 non-refundable deposit which will be applied to your bill.
Call for more information - 530-926-1196
Stop Unwanted Litters
All shelters and pounds are full!
Click the button below to view our list of Veterinarian Offices and Programs that can help.