Info at the top of the flier on how to TEXT to reserve space. Do not call! In general, you will usually get a response midweek. Person doing the scheduling is often at other spay/neuter clinics on the weekend.
|Big thank you to The Parker Project for bringing very low-cost and accessible mobile spay neuter services to Tuba City May 8, 9.|
81 animals were fixed. Thank you to Alex, and to Dr. Bennett (and her mom!) and to Techs: Carol/Tina/Ilma/Malyn/Jim/Robin/Ann surgery volunteers. We appreciate all the volunteers who helped at the clinics. 400 vaccinations were dispensed.
Coconino Humane Association came up to Tuba City and took in 40 animal surrenders. Thank you to the To’Nanees’Dizi Chapter for working with us to be able to bring these much needed services.
Thank you to everyone in the community who participated and helped spread the word. Here are some photos from that weekend.
On May 22, and 23, another successful clinic weekend. 76 animals were fixed. Thank you to Alex, and veterinarian Dr. Suzy Pape and to vet techs Tina and Sam, and vet students Katie, Emily, and Kira. Thank you to vet tech Rani from Best Friends Animal Society for leading the vaccination clinic and to all of the volunteers. It takes a lot of people tomake things run smoothly. Hundreds of vaccinations were dispensed. We appreciate To’Nanees’Dizi Chapter for working with us to bring these much needed services. Thank you to the pet owners who participated, giving your pets the best chance for healthy lives, and helping to reduce the number of unwanted animals. Healthy animals, healthy families, healthy communities. Thank you to everyone who participated and who helped spread the word.
Here is the most recent version of The Parker Project spay neuter clinic schedule for the rest of 2021. Info is at the top on how to reserve space. Spay neuter appointments fill up way ahead. Text the info and wait to receive a confirmation.
The March 13, 14 and 27, 28 low-cost spay and neuter and vaccination clinics were a huge success! Many people contributed to the success of these very accessible clinics that had not happened in quite awhile. Big thanks to To’Nanees’Dizi Chapter House for working with us to use their building and parking lot locations, as we needed a building for post-surgery recovery of animals, and with the impact of COVID-19 that has been almost impossible to find.
The numbers from the two weekends combined is 178 spay/neuters and 1400 vaccinations provided. The community overwhelmingly responded and participated. On the first weekend, we actually ran out of vaccinations and had to cancel Sunday. We also learned that we really need a full group of volunteers to help things run smoothly. We are very grateful to The Parker Project for working with us and bringing these services, and also to Coconino Humane Association, who accepted animal surrenders on Sunday each clinic, for a total of 64 animals from both Sundays. Big thank you to all of the volunteers who worked so hard and helped deliver so many services.