(Spay and Neuter Interior's Pets)

A low cost spay and neuter program that serves the interior of Alaska. Our program is open to the public, we keep our fees as cheap as possible, with special consideration for families in need. Please call us, we can help. This program is designed to reach not only the section of the population that can't afford the standard fees, but also those less motivated to sterilize their animals on account of cost prohibitive fees or unavailability of rural services. The goal of this project is to help eliminate the thousands of unwanted, homeless dogs and cats that are disposed of in the interior of Alaska because of over population and uncontrolled breeding.

Call 488-0516, or if long distance (toll free), 1-888-ALT-SNIP (258-7647) to make an appointment.


We have NO funding for the spaying and neutering of felines and are hoping some local organizations can help us continue this very important part of the program. We need to continue this program to help reduce the large number of homeless and unwanted cats and kittens. If you or your organization can help us, please call and we will be happy to answer all your questions. Please support S.N.I.P. (Spay and Neuter Interior's Pets).

Special Thanks to the individuals who volunteer their time to make this program a reality. Your hard work is appreciated and you are doing a great service to the community and its pets.

We performed 840 surgeries in 2009 plus some village work completed by Dr. Eric Jayne, sadly we do not have those totals. We featured free surgeries for feline's during many months of the year for low income families.


2008 another great year, we did 867 spays and neuters.

2007 ended with a bang, we were able to hold clinics for 4 days in December.

The final tally for the year was 734 spays and neuters. A great big thank you to all our special volunteers who work very hard to provide the community with a badly needed program - you all did a fantastic job.

The totals are in for 2006, we exceeded our goal by doing 1059 spays and neuters.

Total for the year 2005: 723, that's the number of animals we were able to assist with a low cost surgery, and our goal is to beat that number in the coming year.


Project S.N.I.P.



In six years, one female dog and her

offspring can theoretically produce

67,000 dogs.

In seven years, one female cat and her

offspring can theoretically produce

420,000 cats.