Two things: This dog needs a home & low-cost spay and neuter clinic in Sinajana in November

Who doesn’t want this cute, charismatic dog? He needs a home. Ramona McManus rescued him and is looking for someone to adopt him. Here’s what she wrote: Rescued this little guy at the Micronesia Mall parking lot three months ago after his paw was ran over by a moving vehicle. Paw healed up in a week, fully vaccinated, crate & house trained, lovable, ideal family fur-baby. I would love to keep him but my unit would not allow for more. 🐾💙

SNIP program coming to Sinajana in November

The Department of Agriculture (DOAG) and GAIN Spay & Neuter Island Pets (SNIP) Program will be  holding the fifth community service event next month, performing spay and neuter surgeries for the island’s dogs and cats.   

Sinajana Mayor Robert Hoffman will host the SNIP community event at his office, from November 7 through November 9. This community clinic will feature SNIP’s two high quality, high volume spay neuter (HQHVSN) surgeons, Dr. Mariana Turner and Dr. Brenda Smith. 

Surgeries will be by appointment only and cost $50. Dogs and cats are welcome at this event and residents are encouraged to bring their own carrier for housing of their pet. Rabies vaccinations and Elizabethan collars, or cones, will also be available for an additional cost. Residents who receive SNAP benefits qualify for the SPPC surgery sponsorship program to cover the cost of the surgery. Residents simply present their SNAP/EBT card at registration. 

“The SNIP program is delivering on the promise of quarterly community based low cost spay and neuter clinics. By bringing these clinics directly into communities in need of our services, we can encourage all community members to be responsible pet owners and reduce the number of unwanted litters of puppies and kittens that roam the streets,” states Department of Agriculture Territorial Veterinarian, Dr. Mariana Turner. 

  You may sign up your pets up for surgery at Appointments must be made under the owner’s information. For assistance with appointment scheduling, please email [email protected], or call/Whatsapp 671-988-9421 Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.   

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