On March 22, 2014, Snip Tuck volunteers Nancy and Johnny Shockley picked up a truck load of aluminum cans from the Hooper’s Island Fire Department and took them to the recycler in Hurlock.  They met up with Cindy Smith who had another car load full.  The total funds raised by this donation were $88.85.  This money will help to spay and neuter a lot of cats. It will cover the cost of sutures and vaccines and pain medications for seven cats and it didn’t cost anyone a dime. SAVE A CAN, SAVE A LIFE. DONATE YOUR CANS TO SNIP TUCK. DROP OFF AT 140 MAIN ST IN SECRETARY OR call Cindy at 410-330-2268 for pick up. Snip Tuck is supported by grants from the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore, the Snyder Foundation for Animals, the Choptank Electric Trust, the Greg Biffle Foundation, the Nathan Foundation, the Dorchester American Legions and the Moose Lodge.
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Pets for Life: New Community Understanding Develop a better understanding of what poverty means for companion animals in your community and learn how to reach these pet owners. In this free webinar, discover how community outreach can be part of your organization and developing a Pets for Life program can improve your work and the quality of life for pets in your community. Register now for 4/16.
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Next Spay Neuter Clinic for cats is March 15th 8 AM – 4PM. For an appointment, please call 410-943-4050 and leave a message. Let your neighbors know, so that we can have fewer cats on Delmarva this year. For more info, please click on the calendar at the left. More questions? Email sniptuckinc@yahoo.com To DONATE, click on the link at the top of the page. You will be taken to our secure PayPal donation area. And Thanks!
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Our next Spay Day is February 15th. Please call Judy to get into the schedule. Kitten season is coming; so NOW is an excellent time!
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With all the visitors, travel and hustle and bustle of the holidays, pets can get very nervous. What if yours ran out the door and did not come back when you called….especially if you are visiting away from their home territory. Microchip your Pet! It could save his or her life. You will get a lifetime membership in Home Away; when your pet is found, so will YOU! Then a happy reunion can take place. Love! A Great Reunion! Maybe some tears. ….. For only $35, it’s worth it!
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Here is an updated Price List for Services at Snip Tuck, Inc. Cash, Check or Paypal@www.sniptuck.org Cats: Female-$55 (as of 11/1/13) Male-$45.00 This includes the surgery, anesthesia, brief exam, one year rabies vaccine, one month flea and tick medication, nail trim, ears cleaned, eye ointment, post op, pain medication, go-home instructions and an emergency number to use the evening of surgery. There is no extra charge for a female cat in heat or pregnant and none for cryptorchid male. Optional Services: FELV/FIV test-$25.00 FVRCP-$15.00 each (after first shot a booster is needed in 3-4 weeks) Microchip-$35.00 (includes life time registration with Home Again) Dogs: Female 0-20 pounds-$75.00 Female 21-40 pounds-$85.00 No Females over 40 pounds taken at this time. Males 0-25 pounds-$65.00 Males 26-40 pounds-$75.00 Males 41-70 pounds-$100.00 Males over 70 pounds-$140.00 RESCUES GET $10.00 OFF SURGERY FEE Optional Services for dogs: Nail Trim-$9.00 DHPP-$20.00 Rabies-$15.00 4 D X-$35.00 Microchip-$35.00 (includes lifetime registration with Home Again) Cryptorchid male-+$25.00 for non rescue dogs In heat or pregnant females $25.00 for non rescue dogs
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Welcome to the Holiday Season! December is full with Christmas Parties, Shopping and enough plans to make one’s head spin. Here at Snip Tuck, Inc. we are no exception. We have a lot planned for December to help the animals, other community organizations, and help educate our community in what we do. To top off the month, we want to have a little fun in an open house that will be fun for the children while raising a few dollars for ourselves as well.    Saturday 12/14/13 will be our normal 2nd Saturday TNR clinic with volunteers. New Vets are welcome to participate!!! Check in for spays/neuters is from 7:30 until 8:30. Appointments are needed to reserve spots for each cat. We also will have a Microchip clinic on that day too. Microchipping is from 2:00 until 5 pm. No appointment needed. $35 is a one time fee for a lifetime CHIP. This includes Rabies Shots for $5.00.   And if getting snipped or tucked isn’t on your agenda for December 14th, Here’s another opportunity to help Snip Tuck, Inc help Care and Share. We would like to invite you to make your way out to the Hyatt in Cambridge and join our Snip Tuck, Inc. team at the Santa Swim supporting Care and Share. This is your chance to take a running leap into the Choptank River at sub antarctic temperatures for a cause. Come donned in your favorite Christmas Santa-wear, reindeer antlers or cat ears. Participants will receive a T-shirt, have use of the Hot Tub, and there will be chili and hot chocolate afterwards. For more questions contact Cindy at 410-330-2268 or csmith@docogonet.com. Come one, Come all Pets and Kids included!  December 21, 2013 please join us for our Holiday Open House. Come and be a part of our Clinic tours and discussions with Dr. Micha. We will have bake sale items, sodas, snacks and activities for kids and maybe even Photos with Santa! Along with the fun we will have a raffle/50-50, and a Thrift Shop with Holiday Decorations, movies, small furniture items, and various household items. (Photos to come) We are looking for about 5-8 volunteers who can help with face painting and an easy craft. We at Snip Tuck, Inc. wish you a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful Holiday Season! We hope to see you at one or all of our December activities.     
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Many animals have a lot to be thankful for, because of your help. In fact, 5,000 of them have a chance at a healthier and happier life. This is thanks to our volunteers, sponsors, staff and all those folks who brought in their animals and “did the right thing”.
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Snip Tuck reached a huge milestone in November.  The 5,000th cat graced our door and got Snipped.  With an average rate of 15 kittens born per cat every year, this means 75,000 kittens will not be born every year. Thank you to our volunteers, staff and board members who give countless hours to ensure our success. Thank you to our fellow animal organizations that work closely with us to save the Dorchester Animals; Kitty City Rescue, Dorchester County Animal Control, Baywater Animal Rescue & Wags & Wishes Animal Rescue. Thank you to the foundations and organizations that have supported us in the last 5 years: The Choptank Electric Trust, the Mid Shore Community Foundation, the Snyder Foundation for Animals, the Nathan Foundation, the Two Mauds Foundation, the Walmart Foundation, the Greg Biffle Foundation, the American Legion post 91, the Moose Lodge 1211, BPO Elks Pine Street. Thank you to our donors. Without you Snip Tuck would not be able to save all these lives by preventing births.
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Every day on the internet we see cats. On the Snip Tuck Facebook page and the Snip Tuck page we see the cat photos, why? Cats are great animals and all, but why do we love to see them on the internet? They jury may be out, but it may be because they are so easy to personify. The link is to an article that is very playful and fun. Click here to see just why…at least why this author believes we love to see cats on the internet so much. Then after you read this article, go hug your adorable cat…if it will let you. Enjoy! http://www.techhive.com/article/247106/why_does_the_internet_love_cats_.html
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