Two ways to save lives and help your neighbors

Spaying and neutering is the most effective method for managing the cat and dog overpopulation problem, but not everyone can afford to take this step with their pets. Project CatSnip has two ways you can help your family, friends, neighbors, and the pets they love:

1. Gift Certificates
Do you know someone whose pet needs to be fixed? Contact our office or stop by the truck and buy a gift certificate for a spay or neuter.

2. Georgia Animal Medical Fund
Contribute to this non-profit fund, setup specifically to subsidize the spaying and neutering of dogs and cats in Georgia.

CatSnip… Not Just for Cats Anymore!

Project CatSnip now spays and neuters dogs!

Have a dog that is at least 2 months and 3 pounds that you need spayed or neutered? Bring them to Project CatSnip. We now have dog spay/neuter clinics in Cartersville, Canton, and Stone Mountain, GA.

View our schedule
View our dog spay/neuter information
Make a dog spay/neuter reservation

Upcoming Spay/Neuter Clinics and Upcoming Dental Clinics

Monday, February 20th -- Cartersville DOGS: TitleMax Tuesday, February 21st -- Conyers: The Stock Market
Wednesday, February 22nd -- Cartersville CATS: TitleMax
Thursday, February 23rd -- Woodstock: Cherokee County Humane Society Thrift Store
Friday, February 24th -- Douglasville: Douglas County Animal Shelter

View our schedule
Make a CAT reservation
Make a DOG reservation

Upcoming WALK-IN Vaccination Clinics for Cats and Dogs

Tuesday, February 21st -- Conyers: The Stock Market
Wednesday, February 22nd -- Cartersville CATS: TitleMax
Thursday, February 23rd -- Woodstock: Cherokee County Humane Society Thrift Store
Friday, February 24th -- Douglasville: Douglas County Animal Shelter

Vaccination Clinics are held from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
unless otherwise noted.

View our vaccination pricing