Community Outreach Committee takes responsibility for those activities
connected with making spay/neuter the most common solution to reducing
dog and cat overpopulation.
primary goal is to inform and educate all segments of the community
about the viability and desirability of spay/neuter as the population
control mechanism of choice - and about M-SNAP's active role in implementing
secondary goal is to form liaisons with other groups and individuals
who have goals in common with M-SNAP, in order to coordinate information,
publicity, and resources available to the community to promote the spay/neuter
Call (304-985-0123) or email
(firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange for a speaker or program for your organization
For the Young and Young-at-Heart
(free) About having a dog or cat for a pet & Pet Puzzle.
(free) Youth-oriented explanations about the benefits of spay/neuter;
pet puzzle link.
(free) Spay/neuter article aimed at youthful dog owners.
(free - registration optional) Spay/neuter article aimed at youthful
use of many features, paid subscription available) Create stories, movies,
cards, drawings - animal-centric themes, very inventive!
(free) How to address some worries that children may have about spaying/neutering
the family pets.
General Pet Info
http://www.avma.org/ (free information
access, paid membership for vets) Get the professional's advice and
tips on pet health subjects.
http://www.hsus.org/ (free information
access, free online membership, paid membership) The Humane Society
of the United States engages in a wide variety of anti-cruelty and animal
welfare activities. Learn about these, pet food recalls, and other pet-related
(free) Some tips and info about fearful dogs.
About Spay & Neuter
Everything you ever wanted to know about spay/neuter!
- Compiled by the WVU College of Law Student Chapter of the SALDF. (Complete
document available upon request)
- An M-SNAP project completed by a WVU student through the Center for