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    Now Accepting Applications: Veterinary Technician

    Enjoy a rewarding career helping to end Minnesota’s pet overpopulation problem! If you’re interested applying to be a MN SNAP veterinary technician, please print and fill out an employment application. When you’ve completed this step, send your application, cover letter and resume to Office Manager Christie Daluge at office@mnsnap.org. Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MN […]

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    Dec. 18 Clinic Cancelled

    MN SNAP is cancelling our clinic tomorrow, Sunday, Dec. 18, at Purrrniture in St. Paul. Our top priority is the safety of our patients, and tomorrow’s forecasted record low temperature isn’t safe. Thank you for understanding!

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    Now accepting applications: Part-time and full-time veterinarians

    Enjoy a rewarding career helping to end Minnesota’s pet overpopulation problem! Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MN SNAP) offers high-quality, affordable and accessible spay and neuter services to low-income communities, animal shelters, 501(c)(3) rescue organizations and feral cat caretakers. MN SNAP started the first mobile surgery service in Minnesota and, together with its North Minneapolis […]

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    Low-Cost Vaccination Clinics

    Looking for low-cost vaccinations? There will be two clinics this fall hosted by Minneapolis Animal Care & Control.   Saturday, Sept. 24, 9 a.m. – noon at Fire Station #14 (2002 Lowry Ave. N.) AND Saturday, Oct. 1, 9 a.m. – noon at Fire Station #17 (330 E. 38th St.)   All dogs must be […]

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    Kitten Season is Right Around the Corner!

    Kittens are adorable, but shelters are overwhelmed by unwanted litters of kittens born to feral cats. Studies show that three out of four feral kittens will die before they reach six months old. We prefer to reduce the number of these kittens conceived and born. Contact MN SNAP at 612-720-8236 to schedule your feral/barn cats […]

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    Five Winter Care Tips for Community Cats

    Winter can be trying for community cats. Check out five ways you can help keep felines comfortable during cold weather. •    Build a Better Cat House
: Use inexpensive items like foam coolers and plastic storage tubs as cozy shelters for community cats. Follow these easy instructions. •    Warming Trends: 
Straw is the top choice for […]

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    Now accepting applications: Development & Marketing Manager

    Enjoy a rewarding career helping Minnesota’s companion animals! Every year, more than three million animals are euthanized in shelters in the United States, many of which are healthy and adoptable. Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MN SNAP) exists to end the suffering and death of companion animals in Minnesota due to pet overpopulation by providing […]

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    Canine Influenza Virus

    Canine influenza virus (CIV) was confirmed in a dog at the St. Paul location of the Animal Humane Society this past week. CIV is a highly contagious respiratory tract disease that mimics kennel cough. However, unlike many cases of kennel cough, the dog needs veterinary care. While there is no vaccine for this strain, dogs […]

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    Pet Expo 2015

    MN SNAP met so many wonderful people Saturday, June 13 at the Pet Expo at the Minneapolis Convention Center. So many great dogs and people stopped by our booth to get their MN SNAP snaps taken. We posted the pictures on Instagram (https://instagram.com/mnsnap) and thought it would be fun to make a short movie of […]

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    MN SNAP Appoints New Executive Director

    Anna Kucera has been named executive director of Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MN SNAP). Kucera joins the organization from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Upper Midwest Chapter, where she served as marketing and public relations director. “We are delighted to have Anna on our team,” said Richard C. Gage, chairman of the board, MN […]

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