Support SNIPSA


Okay okay…Money may not buy happiness, but it does buy dog food. And medicine. And spay/neuter surgeries. And well…you know the rest.

Being a non-profit organization, SNIPSA is always in need of donations from special people and businesses. Some choices for gifting money include a one-time donation, monthly donations, memorial donations, donations in honor of birthdays or special occasions, the list is endless.

When you donate to SNIPSA, you are saving the lives of homeless dogs and cats in San Antonio. Your gift goes directly toward giving them the best care possible before finding their permanent homes. It also serves the Alamo community through our free spay/neuter outreach. Talk about a win-win!

SNIPSA also welcomes Non-Monetary Donations. To view our wish list, click here.

Did You Know?


Provides vaccinations for a dog or cat


Provides vaccinations and a microchip for a dog or cat


Provides vaccinations and spay/neuter for a dog or cat


Provides heartworm treatment for one dog


Sponsors vaccinations, microchip and spay/neuter for 4 pets at our Big Fix


Provides orthopedic surgery for an injured dog or cat in our adoption program


Your donation to SNIPSA goes straight to work helping tens of thousands of animals right here in our community. Check out the options on how you can donate and make a difference!

If you wish to donate by mail, please send your donation to:

PO BOX 90325

Pet Portrait FUNdraiser

We'll be honest... we're a lot better at rescuing animals than we are at drawing them. Your donation of $25 will get you a one-of-a-kind drawing of your favorite fur ball. We have a talented creative team standing by to turn your pet into a masterpiece (or perhaps at...

Hang in There!

This may have nothing to do with the rescue world. No beg for a particular pet’s home. No plea for donations. No shout-out of a recent adoption story. No follow up to a once sick or injured rescue. But most importantly, it has EVERYTHING to do with life. Society: What...

A Fond Farewell to Scooter

Dearest Scooter, Every beloved pet owner touts that they have the BEST DOG. But I want you to know that you were the BEST DOG. For sixteen years, you wiggled your way into our hearts and home like no other unwanted San Antonio scruff. You were a regular on the...


Save The Date For Our Next Big Fix: May 9, 2020   Location: TBD Learn more about the Big Fix here.

The Wag-Winter Edition!

Check out what's been going on with SNIPSA the past few months-from our first Big fix of the year, to Wobbles, our tripawd kitty! (Psttt...she's also available for adoption) Read all about it here.

2020 Fiesta Medals Are In!

¡VIVA FIESTA!💃 💐 🌟 Come one, come all, get the best Fiesta medal of them all!   You can stop by our office today to add to your collection for only $10🎉   Or visit one of these retailers: Adelante Alamo Pet Ranch Blue Pearl Pet Hospital Camp Bow Wow Chela's...

Fighting for Flintstone

Dear SNIPSA Peeps! We come to you once again with a dog in need. Sweet Flintstone is in the hands of Blue Pearl Veterinary Hospital after sustaining a badly broken leg and multiple puncture wounds. He is a young dog and quite the “go-getter” – not ready to give up on...

In Case You Missed It!

 In case you missed it, we spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped 449 animals at no cost to the underserved areas of San Antonio.   Check out our photo gallery and get a glimpse of how amazing the Big Fix truly is!     Photos by: Steven Wheeler, Eric Ramos,...

Big Fixin’ into 2020!

SNIPSA kicked off the New Year with its 43rd Big Fix spaying and neutering 449 dogs and cats for the San Antonio community. Each time is different and we are faced with reorganizing our flow – where to separate the dogs from the cats, where to set up lunch, where to...

Rescue Snapshot 2019

Shout it from the Mountain Tops! It was a BANNER YEAR at SNIPSA with more than 1000 dogs and cats re-homed, over 2500 spays/neuters performed, endless medical care provided, and the most dollars raised from our Race for the Rescues. We could not have done it without...

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