We are able to offer high quality, reduced-cost spay-neuter and wellness services by limiting our practice to those areas. If your dog or cat is injured or ill, please take him/her to a full-service veterinary clinic.
Because SNAP’s primary mission is preventing animal homelessness, suffering, and neglect resulting from overpopulation, we require that all animals over six months of age receiving our wellness services be spayed/neutered. We’re here to provide accessible, affordable spay-neuter; if you need more information, please ask us.
On the first Friday of every month, the San Antonio Spay-Neuter & Animal Wellness Clinic will be closed early for a team meeting. Wellness services will end at 4 p.m., and surgery pick-up will be from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
WELLNESS (No appointment is needed)
- Tuesday, Friday, & Saturday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Wednesday & Thursday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- CLOSED: Sunday & Monday
We need 'em! Please drop off your clean gently-used towels at the clinic. The animals will be grateful and so will we! Thanks!
Get your animal's medications for less at the SNAP online pharmacy.
Your purchases will be delivered
to your home!
The San Antonio Spay-Neuter and Animal Wellness Clinic offers identification microchipping. Microchipping is a new technology that can help you get your animal back if he or she ever gets lost. Be sure to ask about having your animal(s) microchipped when you make an appointment for spay/neuter surgery.
Click here to update contact info for your microchip registration(s).
Records for previously performed spay-neuter surgery and wellness services can be accessed 24/7 through PetPortal. See our Online Records Access page to get your records now.
No appointment is necessary. Please arrive between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. and bring the feral cat in a humane trap. (A standard cat carrier or trap will not suffice. If you are not sure what constitutes a humane trap, please contact us before attempting to trap an animal.) Only one cat per trap is permitted. All feral cats will have the tip of their left ear notched while under anesthesia for surgery. Ear notching is an indication that a feral cat has been spayed or neutered.
Should any emergencies or post surgical questions arise, our medical team is on call 24 hours a day. Our San Antonio medical team may be contacted by dialing 210.632.0902. NOTE: This number is for post-surgery aftercare ONLY. Please call the surgery clinic at 210.673.7722 during regular business hours for any other information.