February 27 and March 27
10am to 12pm
Low-cost vaccine clinic for dogs and cats! No appointment needed but arrive early to make sure you receive service and prepare for a line.
Each year, we conduct more spay/neuter surgeries than any other organization in North Texas. In fact, our surgeons complete more sterilizations in one day than other veterinarian offices do in three months. Last year alone, we performed over 25,000!
We keep our services low-cost and high-quality thanks to our nationally-recognized expertise in the procedure. Thanks to our dedicated staff, volunteers, and generous donors (like you), we’ve been able to help owners in North Texas keep their pets healthy for over 15 years.
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Spay Neuter Network’s mission is to eliminate pet overpopulation through spay/neuter, while empowering communities to care responsibly for dogs and cats.
There are an estimated 350,000 stray animals in North Texas. Overpopulation places a strain on our shelters and communities. By offering free or low-cost spay/neuter, and by empowering our communities to care responsibly for their pets, we can be the pet health experts for animals and owners who need us the most.
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We serve 13 counties and help more than 1.3 million residents in North Texas. We have a close presence in locations where the overpopulation problem is the most dire: South Ft. Worth, South Dallas, and rural communities surrounding the DFW Metroplex.
Thanks to donations from animal lovers like you, and generous gifts from our wonderful partner foundations, we’re able to offer our services at little to no cost to the pet owner.
We currently operate three high-volume, high-quality spay/neuter clinics: one in Crandall, Texas, just three miles east of Dallas County, the second in southern Dallas, and the third in Ft. Worth. We also operate a fully functional Mobile Animal Surgery Hospital (MASH) that is capable of serving up to 50 pets a day in Ft. Worth and rural communities across North Texas. Additionally, we offer pet transport services to and from our stationary clinics with our Transport Vans. These allow us to assist pet owners in need of transportation options. Each of our clinics currently operate six days a week, performing more than 400 – 500 surgeries a week.
Our Community Outreach Team knows that education is a crucial component in your animal's welfare. We know you want to do what's best for your pets, so our team goes door-to-door, speaks at schools and churches, and sets up booths at events to help educate owners like you about local laws, give ownership tips and help, and discuss available resources. In 2018, we launched our SNN North Texas Education Initiative, where we partner with Dallas and Ft. Worth ISD to educate children in low-income, high-risk areas about per ownership, compassion, proper pet handling, pet safety, and more. We're dedicated to changing the culture in these communities to one that will decrease pet bites and roaming, and increase the quality of life for both pets and their owners.
While we're committed to solving our pet overpopulation problem, we know we can't do it alone. That's why we partner with more than 35 local cities and rescue groups to tackle this issue, together. We also serve on teams working to develop powerful animal welfare plans and policies for cities, counties, and municipalities in the DFW Metroplex. Many of our staff volunteer to support rescue organizations and other groups helping animals in our communities.
Our large MASH unit and highly-trained medical team make us uniquely qualified to respond to disasters that impact pets across Texas. We respond to emergencies to offer triage, treatment, and general support in times of crisis around the state, including the Canton tornado and Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
We were founded to address the needs of pets in Kaufman County, just southeast of Dallas. Our small group of dedicated volunteers worked once a week, providing services to 40 animals in a mobile clinic.
Our first stationary, high-volume clinic opened in Crandall, operating three days a week.
We built a larger clinic, allowing us to expand the number of annual surgeries to 17,000.
Our first MASH unit was mobilized, taking our services to the most impoverished parts of North Texas.
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The sterilization of over 200,000 animals.
The administration of over 350,000 vaccinations.
The education of over 500,000 North Texas residents.
We've performed over 6,000 heartworm treatments.