San Diego, June 2018 – The Spay-Neuter Action Project of San Diego (SNAP), announced that 376 chips were implanted during free microchipping clinics across San Diego County, at Sweetwater High School in National City, Central Elementary School in San Diego, Kempton Elementary School in Spring Valley, and Fallbrook Feed in Fallbrook, on Saturday, June 23, […]
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Spay-Neuter Action Project to Commemorate World SPAY DAY at the Joe & Vi Jacobs Center President & CEO of Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation to be special guest. San Diego, February 2018 – The Spay-Neuter Action Project of San Diego (SNAP), today announced that it will host a site visit by the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood […]
FEBRUARY 1, 2018 Today we’d like to introduce you to Dorell Phillips Sackett. Dorell, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today. I grew up in Rhode Island, with many pets, as my dad brought home abandoned, malnourished dogs he would see […]