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« on: December 18, 2009, 01:24:55 PM »


Humane Society of Moab Valley 
PO Box 1188
Moab, UT 84532 

Spay/Neuter Incentive Program

I. The S.N.I.P. Voucher program is for pet cats and dogs. The program provides a voucher for a pet owner to spay and/or neuter up to three pets in their household for FREE. Since the program's funds are limited, we ask that the voucher be used by pet owners who can not afford this surgery for their pet(s).

II. People may apply for a S.N.I.P. voucher if they are on a financial assistance program like Medicaid, CHIP, Food Stamps, WIC, SSD, Major VA Disability, Section 8 (HUD) or if they have a copy of last year's tax return indicating household income not exceeding the federal low income guidelines. A family of four would need to make less than $33,000 to qualify.

III. When a person applies for a voucher, they must include proof of their income status and/or of the assistance program they are affiliated with. After HSMV approves and processes the application, the person is sent a voucher which can be used at a participating veterinarian. The voucher typically allows for up to three pets to be fixed at no charge. There are some exceptions to this three pet limit and individual arrangements will be made through our office, i.e. for a mother and litter.

Application link.

Feral/Stray Cats Program

Moab's Feral Cat Program can be used for stray cats as well! But, we need your help!

We need volunteers:
• to help trap cats and take them to the vet for spay/neuter
• to pick them up and keep them overnight during recovery
• to caretake a colony
• to deliver food to caretakers

We also need:
• cat food donations or money to buy food for the cat colonies
• money to help sponsor the feral cat spay/neuter program
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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2009, 01:25:26 PM »


Humane Society of Utah
4242 SOUTH 300 WEST
MURRAY, UT 84107
PHONE: (801) 261-2919

The Humane Society's own state-of-the-art clinic has two full-time, licensed veterinarians who perform spay and neuter surgeries as part of the adoption fee for all dogs, cats, and rabbits adopted from the Society. They also provide spay and neuter operations for dogs and cats, and vaccinations, at low cost for the entire community. If your pet needs a microchip, a heartworm test, or heartworm preventive medication, we offer these services and products as well.

Spay/neuter, vaccinations, heartworm tests and meds, microchipping available. 


Vaccinations and suture removal are done on a walk-in basis during the following hours:

Tuesday - Friday: 9 AM to Noon and 1 PM to 4 PM
Saturday 9 AM to Noon
Sunday and Monday CLOSED

Due to the "walk-in" nature of our services and our check-in procedure please be aware that we may be unable to check your pet(s) in and provide services if you arrive after 11:45 A.M. on Saturday.

Since there's no word about walk-in spay/neuter, it seems you would need to make an appointment for that service.
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2009, 01:26:00 PM »

Utah-Salt Lake City-

Pet Samaritan Fund
c/o Emily Dial
3802 South 2850 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84109
Evening: Dana Christensen 801-966-3120

The Pet Samaritan Fund, a nonprofit organization established in 1991, aids needy animals mainly on the Wasatch Front and Uintah Basin. We are not operated or funded by any national humane groups or government agencies and must rely on our adoptions fees and contributions.

We provide:
•Shelter and medical care for animals taken into our foster program until permanent homes can be found. Most of our animals are from municipal shelters.
•Assistance to spay and neuter animals for low income families in our areas

Medical Aid-

Pet Samaritan Fund provides financial assistance to individuals unable to afford medical care for their pet(s). If you or someone you know has a pet not receiving proper medical care due to extreme financial hardship, please contact us.

We determine the amount of assistance and repayment arrangement (if any) on a case-by-case basis.

Participating veterinarians:
Dr. Daines
160 East 4800 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84107

Dr. Wilson

If you are a veterinarian or clinic owner interested in working with Pet Samaritan Fund, contact us.
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