17,210 cats & dogs have been spayed and neutered at Operation PetSnip to date.
No More Homeless Pets is a non-profit
501 (c) (3) organization.
Welcome and Happy Holidays!
Our mission is to end the euthanasia of companion animals and feral cats through sterilization, education, and community involvement. Operation PetSnip is our high-quality high-volume low-cost spay and neuter clinic. Our services are available to anyone regardless of income or residency. Our regular prices are $50 to spay or neuter a cat, $80 to spay or neuter a dog, and $50 for our feral cat package.
Stop by our offices at 4205 NW 6th Street, in Gainesville, FL 32609, or call us at (352) 376-6647. Hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 am to 6 pm.
We are FIXING TO SAVE LIVES! Thanks to everyone who had their pet fixed on the SNAP 2 GRANT. The 360 free pet surgeries on this grant have been completed as of October 30, 2013.
Thanks to a grant awarded to Gainesville Pet Rescue from Florida Animal Friend Spay/Neuter Auto Tag grant, No More Homeless Pets, Operation PetSnip, have fixed 360 cats and dogs for free!
"We have reached our goal and increased the number of pet sterilizations in the community by providing free spay and neuter services to 180 cats and 180 dogs belonging to low-income, qualifying residents of Alachua County and surrounding rural counties, through the SNAP 2 grant,” stated Heather Thomas, Executive Director of Gainesville Pet Rescue. The non-profit animal rescue organization is grateful to be a recipient of this benevolent award from Florida Animal Friend.
“We are delighted that Gainesville Pet Rescue has chosen No More Homeless Pets, Operation PetSnip to perform spay/neuter surgeries for the SNAP 2 grant,” said Gladys Cofrin, President of No More Homeless Pets. The SNAP 2 grant launched August 19, 2013 and ended October 29, 2013. It covered the cost of the surgery, pain medication, and anesthesia for pets spayed or neutered by the Operation PetSnip clinic.
Operation PetSnip's regular surgery fees are $50 for cats, $80 for dogs and $50 for feral cats.
As a University of FLorida employee, you can choose No More Homeless Pets, Operation PetSnip as your charity of choice for your UF Campaign for Charities payroll deduction. What can your donation do?
$50 will fix a cat
$100 will fix a dog and cover the rabies vacination OR spay/neuter two cats
$150 will fix a mother cat and two of her kittens
$250 will fix a mother dog and two of her puppies
$500 will fix a dozen cats
$1,000 will fix multiple pets and help to eliminate unnecessary euthanasia iin our community
Any and all contributions are greatly appreciated! For more details, go to Gators Give!
No More Homeless Pets follows the Humane Alliance model of a high-quality, high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinic. Early spay neuter is better for your pet. For more details, click on the Humane Alliance campaign button below.
Fixing to save lives: 15,000 Spay/Neuter Surgeries at Operation PetSnip!
Operation PetSnip met another milestone on April 16th, 2013: we have performed 15,000 sterilization surgery since October 2009, thanks to you, our compassionate community!
NMHP offers low cost and no cost pet sterilization surgeries at our high-volume, high-quality, low-cost spay and neuter clinic, Operation PetSnip, offering affordable choices for everyone.
No More Homeless Pets awarded $102,500 Petco Foundation grant to expand our spay/neuter clinic!
The Alachua County pet spay/neuter clinic No More Homeless Pets received a $102,500 grant from the Petco Foundation to continue its Operation Petsnip effort to reduce the number of unwanted cats and dogs. read more
Dear Friends- please, we need:
8 ½ x 11 copy paper – white & colored
Legal size Pendaflex® hanging file folders
Ballpoint pens – black & blue
Antibacterial hand soap
Free & Clear Laundry Detergent (HE)
Commercial washer & dryer
Towels – bath & beach size
Distilled water – gallon jugs
Lysol toilet bowl cleaner
Rubbing alcohol - 70% isopropyl
Sharpie markers – black
Swiffer wet jet pads (refills)
Garbage bags – 13 gallon with drawstrings