Clinic

A New Mobile Friendly SNIP Idaho Clinic Website!

Now make your spay and neuter appointments anywhere! SNIP Idaho is pleased to announce that our new website is launched and ready to serve you better. Along with being more user-friendly, it responsive and mobile-friendly to allow you to make appointments by your cell phone, There’s a lot more information on our clinic including on our personnel, photos of the clinic and information for before, during and after your appointment. There’s also new or improved management tools to allow us…

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Howl O Yowl O Ween Pet Costume Photo Contest

Let’s play a game. 🎃 SNIP Clinic presents Howl – O – Yowl – O – Ween Pet Costume Photo Contest! 🎃 How to play: 1. Like our SNIP Page! 2. Email photos of your dressed-up pets to clinic@snipidaho.org by October 21th. On October 22nd we will release the album of the photos. 3. Like your favorite photos by October 31st. 4. Top three dressed up pets win! The pet with the most likes get first pick from three prizes. Donors and prizes…

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A Baron Walks into the SNIP Clinic

Here’s one of our “SNIPed” clients – the very royal looking Baron! Baron is a pure German Shepherd that was neutered in September. Learn more about the process of neutering your dog. ADD LINK.  Baron came in through the Idaho German Shepherd Rescue which is only 2 months old. Like their facebook page. 

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And in SNIP’s Surgical Suite Today – A Rare Case of Congenital Agenesis of the Uterus!

The SNIP Clinic had an interesting surgery last month. While performing a routine spay on an Irish Setter, our doctor noted the entire left side of the dog’s uterus had never developed. To confirm our doctor’s suspicion of a rare congenital abnormality, we were able to use donations from our $pay It ➡️ Forward program to send out the dog’s uterus to the lab for testing. We received the results back and we had our first case of congenital agenesis of the…

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Spay Neuter Idaho Pets, Inc. (SNIP)

SNIP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of Idaho’s cats and dogs by reducing overpopulation.

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