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Welcome to the Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance

Nashville Paw 2013 Winner

 

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Now you can help SSNA while shopping!

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support SSNA through Amazon, at no cost to you. When you shop through AmazonSmile, a portion of the purchase price is donated.

To get started, go to the AmazonSmile login page: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/26-4175450 Once there, you simply sign in as usual. This link should automatically choose Sumner Spay Neuter Alliance as your charity.  After your initial visit to the site, SSNA should show up as your charity each time you return to shop.
 

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We've moved into our new clinic at 720 Blythe Avenue in Gallatin!

Thanks to the support of our community, the larger facility will allow us to double the number of spay/neuter surgeries and double the lives saved through prevention.

We are grateful to The Sheriff's Office Animal Control Division, for allowing us to occupy space in the Animal Control facility for over 3 years. During that time we were able to perform almost 20,000 surgeries. We will continue our partnership with Animal Control, and together, we will work to reduce shelter intake and euthanasia.


 


How You Can Help:

Donate to the Assistance Fund to help cover costs for those who cannot afford even our low prices. All donations are appreciated and tax-deductible. Find out more about making a contribution.

Donate items from the Wish List.

Spay and Neuter your pets. Cats and dogs can be spayed or neutered at 3 - 4 months of age. Every litter born makes overpopulation worse.

• To schedule an appointment for your dog or cat to be spayed or neutered, call (615) 452-2233, Monday - Thursday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Tell your friends, neighbors and coworkers to spay and neuter their pets. Send a strong message and educate those you know about spay/neuter. See 'Why Spay/Neuter?' for answers to common questions.