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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- The Spay and Neuter Action Project or, SNAP, is working to bring awareness to your pets during the holidays.

Spaying and neutering your pets reduces the number of unwanted, abandoned and homeless animals in our community. It also has health benefits for your pet. SNAP will spay or neuter your pet and vaccinate your pet for rabies for a total fee of $5 IF you meet the following low-income household qualifications:

  • You live in the City of Huntsville
  • You're on Medicaid, WIC, EBT, Social Security Disability
  • You have an annual household income of $25,000 or less

Please call one of the following clinics and tell them you live in the City of Huntsville and that you want to make an appointment:
Apollo Animal Hospital: 256-881-4862
Chase Animal Hospital: 256-851-7297
Flint River Animal Hospital: 256-852-3300
Glenn's Animal Hospital: 256-837-3910
Governor's Choice Animal Hospital: 256-534-2241
Green Cove Pet Hospital: 256-882-0219
Huntsville Animal Clinic: 256-384-1651
South Memorial Veterinary Services: 256-270-7639

You can visit for more information.

SNAP exists to....
Reduce the number of dogs and cats euthanized at local shelters.
Reduce the number of unwanted dogs and cats who end up dumped, neglected or abused.
Provide a way for low-income families and individuals to be responsible pet owners.
Similar programs in other states have reduced euthanasia by as much as 75 percent.
SNAP is a 501 (c) (3) organization that serves Madison County, Alabama.
SNAP funds surgeries for the companion animals of low-income members of our community.
Participating veterinarians discount their fees as a service to our community.