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LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles’ largest spay and neuter clinic, Clinico, today announced it will change its name to Spay Neuter Project of Los Angeles (SNP LA, a nonprofit) in an effort to better communicate to clients and donors the clinics’ mission and services.
SNP LA, which has provided over 40,000 high quality, low cost surgeries since 2008, will also offer a streamlined price structure and lower prices for most categories beginning October 15th. While typical pricing for spay or neuter services can often run up to $450, SNP LA’s new pricing system charges $65 for cats, $100 for dogs under 30 lbs. and $135 for dogs over 30 lbs.
Households with income under $40,000 per year are eligible for special donor subsidized surgery pricing, at $35 for cats and $70 for dogs. A community cat option has also been added to the price list at $25. SNP LA accepts coupons and vouchers from a number of organizations, including Los Angeles Animal Services, which can further lower costs for low income pet owners.
In addition to spay and neuter services, SNP LA also offers low-cost vaccinations and flea treatments on a walk-in basis, with prices as low as $10 for rabies and $16 for canine and feline combination vaccines.
“No matter what our name is, we are proud to offer expert care from our specialized medical staff in state-of-the-art facilities,” said Katie Marrie DVM, Medical Director for SNP LA. “The best quality care for your pet is our team’s first priority.”
SNP LA serves the entire metropolitan Los Angeles area with three convenient spay and neuter locations in Pico Rivera, San Pedro and Van Nuys. For more information, or to make an appointment, please visit the brand new website at http://www.snpla.org or call the hotline at 1-888-WE-SPAY-LA (937-7295).
“We are grateful for the support of major donors like the Heigl Foundation, PetSmart Charities, and Found Animals Foundation, who make our work possible.” said Noel Jackson, Director of Operations for SNP LA “We look forward to continuing to serve the Los Angeles community and appreciate all forms of support – from volunteer hours, to in-kind donations, and financial contributions large and small – that allow us to help people and their pets.”