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K9Aid’s Spay Neuter Program SNIP – Them…

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OUR VISION

To take the SNIP Sterilization Program to the most needy parts of the world where street animals are not cared for or are considered a pest. These animals often suffer from the most inhumane treatment & are often killed in the most brutal way. It would be far better in these countries that the dogs do not breed thereby halting their cycle of ill treatment. Spay Neuter is the only proven method to reduce stray animal numbers, by sterilizing strays then releasing them back to the street, the population can be made stable.

The SNIP MISSION – Thailand

To sterilize street dogs in Bangkok and as many Thai Provinces as is practical, to reduce the suffering caused by unwanted puppies. To educate the local Thai communities about Animal Welfare and the importance of sterilizing the animals in the surrounding areas. Working with local authorities to convince them of the need to control street animal in a humane way.



Change a “Street Dogs Life” today with a $19 donation to the “SNIP” program.

Your gift will stop unwanted puppies being born into a life of misery…

Check out the clinics in action HERE…

ANNOUNCING A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN K9AID INTERNATIONAL & AMERICAN DOG RESCUE FOUNDATION…

ADR-flash-1February 23rd is World Spay & Neuter Day, and the perfect opportunity for Animal Charities to partner together & announce a global initiative to reduce the stray dog population in Thailand.

A joint venture between K9Aid International & American Dog Rescue Foundation (ADR) has been formed to spay/neuter 2000 stray “street” dogs in Thailand during the next 12 months.

During one day, SNIP will sterilize 25-30 animals at no cost to local individuals or communities. Also as Thai animals are at risk of the rabies virus, this opportunity will also be taken to vaccinate all animals who undergo this procedure.

Join us in helping to reduce the endless cycle of pregnancy that street dogs have to suffer, help give them a better life…

More about “SNIP”… 

All in a days work...The SNIP clinic takes the Doctor to the No more pups for this girl...animal, a small team of Vets & animal nurses set up their clinic in a school, temple or even a street corner. They take with them all the equipment they need to perform the sterilisations. Equipped with the latest technology to ensure the animals  are safe during their procedure & that all utensils are sterile. Most days the team can sterilise around 25-30 animals. This reduces the number of unwanted puppies by many hundreds…

The SNIP program

regularly undertakes village and community clinics aiming to sterilise at least 80% of the animals in a given area.  As Thai animals are at risk of the rabies virus, the opportunity is taken to also vaccinate all animals who undergo sterilization. Animals are sterilized at no cost to poor locals, all cost are covered by donations from animal lovers worldwide.

YOU too can be a part of this program by helping to stop the suffering.

It cost just $19 to sterilize a street dog so a regular monthly donation means you will be preventing  unwanted puppies & improving the life of a female dog. Poor nutrition & an endless cycle of pregnancy means female street dogs have a very hard life. They often don’t get enough to feed themselves let alone a litter of puppies. Many puppies die from lack of nutrition, road accidents or are just abandoned.

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Sterilize a dog a month…

Sign Up today to be a part of the SNIP program  by donating  just US$19 each month…



You will be making a great contribution to a dogs welfare…

Sterilizing 25-30 animals a day means

stopping the cycle of unwanted litters. It also aids in halting the suffering of thousands of animals who are very often thrown away or left to starve.

Many of these unwanted street dogs fall prey to the Illegal Dog Meat Trade (DMT) which sentences them to an unimaginable death in the slaughter houses of Vietnam & China.

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Can’t make a regular donation?

 Then consider making a “One off” payment today to help the SNIP program sterilize a street dog



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