HAWS' SPAY & NEUTER INITIATIVE PROGRAM (SNIP)
HAWS’ SNIP clinic provides spay/neuter procedures for animals at HAWS, animals belonging to breed-placement groups as well as animals belonging to members of the general community.
Spay/neuter surgery carries a one-time cost that is relatively small compared to the long-term benefits. Along with helping curb pet overpopulation, spay/neuter surgery allows pets to live longer, healthier lives. It also makes them less likely to spray and/or mark territory and eliminates heat cycles. Unsterilized animals often exhibit more behavior and temperament problems than those who have been spayed or neutered.
For more information on HAWS’ SNIP services or to make an appointment, please contact the clinic directly at 262-542-8851, x109. Please note, a current rabies vaccination certificate is required for animals undergoing procedures at HAWS’ SNIP clinic. If your animal does not have a current rabies vaccination, one will be given at the time of the appointment.
Donations are gladly accepted! The SNIP program at HAWS is poised to make a far-reaching and lasting impact on the animal population in our communities, but that cannot continue without your support. To make a contribution to support the efforts of SNIP, please specify your donations as “for the SNIP Fund.”
Don’t Let Cat Flash Mobs Happen to You:
CHOOSE PROJECT GUARDIAN!
HAWS is saving lives and ending cat overpopulation through Project Guardian, a no-cost service spay/neuter program for outdoor/barn cats in Waukesha County. Thanks to public and private support, HAWS’ Spay-Neuter Initiative Program (SNIP) clinic is able to provide FREE services to Waukesha County residents!
Donations are welcome!
“Adopt” a cat for your barn, stable, winery or warehouse through HAWS new placement program, Seeking Sanctuary. Save a life and provide shelter for a cat that is not suitable for a typical in-home adoption. Help HAWS succeed in Building a No-Kill Community!
Learn more here.