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Help give the gift of free spay/neuter services

 

Last updated 11/11/2021 at 8:33pm



FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary is kicking off the holiday season and #GivingTuesday with a very special event. The sanctuary has partnered with SNAP (Spay Neuter Action Project) to provide a free spay/neuter clinic on Nov. 30 at Fallbrook Fertilizer, Feed & Farm Supply, 215 W. Fallbrook St.

Besides offering free spaying or neutering, SNAP will also provide free vaccines and microchips. The sanctuary is asking everyone to help them prevent the overpopulation of unwanted puppies and kittens by getting their pets all fixed up for free.

To schedule an appointment, call 866-SNAP-BUS. Reservations are required.

The sanctuary would like to do this quarterly, so it needs the community's help. To make a donation, note “SNAP” in the memo and the donation will go directly towards future spay and neuter clinics. If a donation is made now through Giving Tuesday (Nov. 30, 2021), it will be matched by an anonymous donor, up to $5,000.

Donations can be made through

PayPal: [email protected]

Venmo: @fallbrookanimalsanctuary

Mail: 230 West Aviation Road Fallbrook, CA 92028

For more information about SNAP, visit http://www.snap-sandiego.org or email [email protected]

Submitted by the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary.

 

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