"Benefits of spaying & neutering your pets"
- reduces roaming
- reduces aggression
- decreases overpopulation
- increases life expectancy
- lowers risk of cancer
SNIP is administered by the LLBRHS through the LLBRHS SNIP coordinator. Should you have questions or inquiries after reviewing details online please email them to: email@example.com
Lac La Biche Regional Humane Society (LLBRHS) developed the SNIP program to offer affordable spay and neuter options and to help reduce the overpopulation of pets in Lac La Biche County. Funding for the SNIP program is provided by Lac La Biche County in an effort to provide affordable spay and neuter options and reduce overpopulation of pets.
*Applicants must reside within Lac La Biche County to be eligible for SNIP.
What is the difference between SNIP and the Trap Neuter Return (TNR) program?
SNIP is primarily for household pets, whereas the TNR program focuses on ferals who are trapped, sterilized, vaccinated, and returned to their colony of origin. TNR programs have the ability to stabilize the population of a feral cat colony and, over time, reduce it. At the same time, the objectionable spraying, vocalizing and fighting behaviors of cats in the colony are largely eliminated.
Can I apply for TNR?
Visit the LLBRHS website at www.llbrhs.com/trap-neuter-return for details.
To apply, fill out the application below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
"Spaying & neutering is key to proactively preventing unwanted litters
and reducing the# of homeless pets that come into shelters"