Help MN SNAP end pet overpopulation in Minnesota

MN SNAP exists to end the suffering and death of Minnesota cats and dogs due to overpopulation by providing high-quality, affordable and accessible spay and neuter services to those in need and animal welfare education in the communities we serve.

On Tuesday, July 18, 2017, Dr. Lisa McCargar performed MN SNAP's 100,000th surgery at our headquarters in North Minneapolis. Weighing in at 11.2 pounds, Remington the puppy was neutered at 12:45 p.m., which was 7 years, 2 months and 28 days after our very first surgery!

MN SNAP has gone through a huge number of surgical supplies to reach this incredible milestone. Here's a short list of what we regularly need to purchase to help pets and their families. Can you help us do more for Minnesota cats, dogs and rabbits with a donation today?

  • anesthesia medication
  • artificial tears
  • autoclave indicator strips
  • clipper and scalpel blades
  • distilled water
  • endotracheal tubes
  • gauze
  • instrument lube and disinfectant
  • IV fluids
  • microchips
  • needles
  • pain and anti-nausea medication
  • paper towels
  • surgical gloves, drape and gowns
  • suture
  • syringes
  • thermometer covers
  • vaccinations

"With your help, we can continue to serve the pets of low-income families, shelters and rescues. Let's do another 100,000 surgeries together!" - Dr. Kim Culbertson, Medical Director & Founder

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