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SUSTAINABLE
IMPACT
AFFORDABLE
CHANGE
LASTING
DIFFERENCE

Change is Coming

SNIP is a program sponsored by the government of Guam through funding to be released over the next 5 years.  The program was developed by leaders at the Guam Department of Agriculture, Guam Animals In Need (GAIN), and Boonie Flight Project.  With our two staff veterinarians, we plan to run sterilizations out of the Dr. Lynn Raulerson Spay and Neuter Clinic at GAIN 4-5 days/week. 

 

With the support of volunteer High-Volume High-Quality Spay Neuter (HQHVSN) veterinarians, we plan to run large quarterly sterilization campaigns at satellite clinics in various villages throughout the island.  

 

Our goal is to make a sustainable impact on the animal population of Guam, decreasing animal suffering as a result, while also increasing community education around the issue.

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Clinic Time Line

Early 2021

Late 2021

January 2022

February 2022

Mid 2022 (TBD)

Members of Guam Animals in Need, Department of Agriculture, and the Boonie Flight Project met with the Mayor's council and Dr. Maza, Cornell veterinarian and Trap Neuter Release Expert, to establish the need and basic plan for a spay neuter initiative on Guam

Proposal and Program Plan was written and submitted for funding.

Funding was secured as our initiative passed the budgetary committee which then was signed and approved by Governor Lou Leon Guerrero.

Our 2 new staff veterinarians, Dr. Mariana Turner and Dr. Brenda Smith, move to Guam.

Veterinarian staff work alongside GAIN Staff and Volunteers to clean and bring life back into the Dr. Lynn Raulerson Spay and Neuter Clinic at GAIN.

Dr. Mariana Turner and Dr. Brenda Smith open the clinic for surgeries, starting to sterilize all previously adopted GAIN pet's.

Clinic will open to the public for non-GAIN adopted pets!

We need your help!

Our clinic is staffed by volunteers - and we need more of them! Please sign up to help make an impact here in Guam!

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Need a pet spayed or neutered?

We are currently focusing on altering the 300+ adopted pets from GAIN, and once we have worked through the back log we will be open to the public. Please sign our interest form and we will reach out when appointments become available.