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SCHEDULE YOUR PET

The NEUTER SCOOTER

SNAP San Diego's Mobile Clinic Helping Financially
Challenged Pet Owners Afford To Fix Their Pets
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SNAP's Neuter Scooter is a fully equipped mobile spay/neuter unit. It travels to neighborhoods where spay and neuter services are most needed in the Greater San Diego area.

All SNAP surgeries are performed by a CA state licensed veterinarian.

On board the Neuter Scooter, we have built-in kennels, a surgery table, 3 anesthetic machines, an autoclave and other necessary surgical equipment.

For the comfort of the animals, our bus is air-conditioned and heated.

 

We've invested in a top-of-the-line team to assist our veterinarians. Your pet is in great hands!

Scheduling Details:

"We bring low cost spay and neuter services to help low income pet owners of the greater San Diego community!"

THE NEUTER SCOOTER SCHEDULE

The Neuter Scooter Mobile Clinic

Make an Appointment

SNAP's Neuter Scooter Bus is a full-service mobile veterinary clinic. We are providing affordable spay and neuter surgery to the dogs and cats belonging to San Diego pet owners, who may not be able to afford their private veterinarian for this beneficial surgery. serving the Greater San Diego area. We have a fantastic team of CA state licensed veterinarians specializing in spaying and neutering cats and dogs.

Space is limited! Click below to make an appointment.

How Much Does It Cost?
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Bus Schedule🐾

January

Jan 2: OTAY MESA- 3003 Coronado Ave, SD 92154

Jan 3: OTAY MESA- 3003 Coronado Ave, SD 92154

Jan 4: MIRA MESA LIBRARY- 8405 New Salem St.

Jan 5: MIRA MESA LIBRARY- 8405 New Salem St.

Jan 8: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd

Jan 9: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd

Jan 11: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd

Jan 12: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd

Jan 16: CHULA VISTA Camp Run A Mutt on 2nd

Jan 17: CHULA VISTA Camp Run A Mutt on 2nd

Jan 20: OCEANSIDE - 3875 Mission Ave, Oceanside

Jan 21: OCEANSIDE - 3875 Mission Ave, Oceanside

Jan 22: CASA DE ORO- 9805 Campo Road

Jan 23: CASA DE ORO- 9805 Campo Road

Jan 24: CASA DE ORO- 9805 Campo Road

Jan 25: SAN DIEGO Market & Euclid

Jan 27: SAN DIEGO Market & Euclid

Jan 29: SAN DIEGO Market & Euclid

Jan 31: OTAY MESA- 3003 Coronado Ave, SD 92154

February

Feb 1: OTAY MESA- 3003 Coronado Ave, SD 92154

Feb 3: ROCK CHURCH- 2277 Rosecrans St. 

Feb 4: ROCK CHURCH- 2277 Rosecrans St.

Feb 5: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd- ALL CAT CLINIC

Feb 6: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd

Feb 7: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd

Feb 8: EL CAJON Petco on 2nd

Feb 12: CHULA VISTA Camp Run A Mutt on 2nd

Feb 13: CHULA VISTA Camp Run A Mutt on 2nd-

ALL CAT CLINIC

Feb 14: CHULA VISTA Camp Run A Mutt on 2nd

Feb 17: Reservation

Feb 19: LEMON GROVE- 2885 Lemon Grove Ave.

Feb 21: LEMON GROVE- 2885 Lemon Grove Ave.

Feb 22: CORT- 9404 Cabot Dr.

Feb 23: CORT- 9404 Cabot Dr.

Feb 25: Rabbit Clinic with House Rabbit Society SD- please call House Rabbit Society SD to make an appointment

Feb 26: MARKET- 440 Euclid Ave.

Feb 27: MARKET- 440 Euclid Ave.

Feb 28: MARKET- 440 Euclid Ave.

FAQ's

PRE-SURGERY FAQs

Q: How long does it take for "check in" on the morning of the clinic?

Check-in can take approximately 30 minutes.  We work hard to ensure that the process runs smoothly and efficiently, but please understand that there may be circumstances in which it could take slightly longer.

Q: What does a "stand-by" appointment mean?

A “stand-by” appointment does not guarantee that your pet will be seen on that day.  We make every effort to fit in stand-bys through cancellations, rescheduling, and clients not showing up for their appointment on that day.  Stand-by pets are also admitted to the bus based on their size and the appropriate recovery kennel space.

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POST-SURGERY FAQs

Q: Do I need to come back to have stitches removed?

No. The outer skin layer is held together with a dissolving surgical glue.  Water or licking can dissolve the surgical glue.

Q: What will I need to do when I get my pet home the day of surgery?

When you pick up your pet after surgery, you will receive post-operative instructions.  If you would like to preview those instructions in advance, they are posted on the website.

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