Houston SNAP provides free services to low-income families
The Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) will provide free spaying and neutering, rabies vaccinations and city pet licenses in July for animals belonging to low-income families.
These free services are being offered on the following dates at the following locations:
July 9 at PetSmart, 5941 E. Sam Houston and Wallisville.
July 11 at Walmart, 13750 I-10 East and Freeport.
July 12 at Bayland Learning Center, 6400 Bissonnet and Hillcroft.
July 13 at PetSmart, 104 FM 1960 and I-45.
July 19 at Sam Houston Race Track, Entrance 4 on Fallbrook.
July 20 at Petco, 210 E. FM 1960 and U.S. 59.
July 25 at Magnolia MSC, 7037 Capitol.
July 26 at Food Fair, 6470 W. Little York and Bingle.
July 27 at Harris County Vet Public Health, 612 Canino.
July 31 at Denver Harbor MSC, 6402 Market.
To qualify for these services, families must qualify for food stamps, TANF, Medicaid, Harris County Hospital District Gold Card, SSI/SSD, free school lunches, major VA disability or Section 8 housing.
The SNAP team will arrive onsite at 6:30 a.m., which is the recommended time for clients to show up. A lottery will determine a client's placement in line. The mobile clinic will arrive around 8 a.m.
Dogs must be restrained by a leash and cats must be in carriers. Dogs and cats should not be given food after 10 p.m. on the night before surgery. Rabies vaccinations will only be available for animals who were spayed or neutered on the same day.
For more information, call 713-522-2337.
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