Financial Assistance Programs
Thank you for being concerned about your pet’s health and the pet overpopulation problem in your area. There are several available financial assistance programs that are designed for those in financial need and are available to a limited number of applicants. If you have questions about which you qualify for let us know!
SNVC FIXX Fund:
SNVC raises funds through fundraisers and private donations that go into the “FIXX FUND.” This fund was created to assist clients on governmental financial assistance that live outside of Moore County. In order to qualify for the FIXX Fund, you must be on financial assistance, such as WIC, Food Stamps, Section 8 housing, or Medicaid, provide proof of the assistance and be approved prior to your appointment. The costs of surgery are greatly reduced under this program and details of the price you qualify for will be sent with your application approval.
For the FIXX programs, if you are on a qualifying financial assistance you can fill out the application online, submit proof of assistance (Medicaid card, EBT card, WIC voucher) and pay the deposit by clicking the link below. You will need to submit a separate application for each pet. This is the fastest option and will allow us to schedule you for the first available appointment! If you are not able to pay the deposit online, fill out the application below and we will be in touch to get the deposit paid and schedule your appointment. Please note this will delay scheduling.
Moore County SNAP and FIX’M Programs have been put on hold by Moore County. Please reach out to them directly for more information.
Moore County Citizens’ Pet Responsibility Committee (PRC)
The PRC partners with the SNVC through two programs. As part of the PRC’s Pet Responsibility Program for fourth graders in Moore County, fourth graders can win a free spay or neuter for their pet or the pet of someone they know by writing a “Speuter Story” about the importance of spaying and neutering. The surgery is performed at the SNVC and underwritten by the Moore County Kennel Club. For information on the Speuter Story Contest, go to http://mcprc.org/kids-locker/speuter-contest/
The second program involves working with residents in the north of the county. They are advised and helped with the paperwork required for various programs that subsidize spaying and neutering. Transportation to and from the SNVC is also provided. This program is spearheaded by Robbins resident and veterinary technician, Kristen Seawell, who can be reached at 910-691-4391.