The Spay-Neuter Action Project commends the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary for their tireless work in finding homes for orphaned dogs and cats and for supporting the Fallbrook community.
Our partnership with FAS began in early 2021 when SNAP implemented “SNAP North” to serve Escondido, Fallbrook, Oceanside and Tribal Nations. FAS has a limited medical capacity, which is why we perform extensive sterilization and sterilization surgeries on intact dogs and cats in their facility aboard our Neuter Scooter Mobile Surgical Unit.
Our greatly reduced sterilization fees are useful to the residents of Fallbrook as well as to the FAS which relies solely on donations to support its establishment. Jose Espinoza of Fallbrook Fertilizer, Feed & Farm Supply, donates a parking space on clinic days.
Thanks to the generosity of donors, FAS was able to sponsor a quarterly sterilization clinic in 2021 on the neutral scooter, free for underprivileged pet owners in Fallbrook. The response has been remarkable, which is why an additional free clinic has been added to accommodate more pet owners.
In addition to sterilization or sterilization, the animals receive a general health check and, if necessary, nail trimming, treatment against fleas and ticks, deworming, vaccination against rabies, care wounds, movable tooth extractions, simple hernia repairs and microchips. All animals are given pain medication.
The Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary has shown its commitment to the community by providing access to much-needed veterinary care in the best interests of a responsible animal owner. Our partnership is one of the mutual benefits where they support our mission of saving lives by reducing animal overpopulation and we support their mission of repatriating unwanted animals.
We are honored to work alongside the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary and publicly recognize their contributions to animal welfare. They lead by example.
The Spay-Neuter Action Project can be reached at http://www.snap-sandiego.org or [email protected]