Program Goals

     Surgical Services

          To provide necessary spay/neuter services for companion animals, including:

     Basic Medical Services

          To provide necessary basic medical care for the above populations, including:

               To provide consultation and medical services to area animal shelters and humane societies to
          help prevent and treat infectious disease, diagnose and treat sick animals, consult about
          behavior issues, and provide assistance with any other shelter issues necessary.  

     Education

          To provide education in the following areas:

     Partnership

          To work in conjunction with:

     Development

               To find funding sources and promote development activity to enable this program to continue 
          and flourish. To also provide funds for animals in need to be determined on a case-by-case basis,
          animals must have a fair to good prognosis for full recovery, or special circumstances.

Operational Plan:

     Original Goal:


We Now S/N over 10000 animals/year with all of our extra clinic requests

SOS holds about 300+ clinics per year (on the road about 28-30 days per month)

Spay or Neuter  25-30 animals/clinic


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helter Outreach Services (SOS) is dedicated to improving the quality of life and decreasing suffering for companion animals by stemming over-population through high quality, high volume spay/neuter clinics for animals in need.


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elcome to our new Medical Director and a special thanks to the ASPCA - see our 'new' NEWS page!



HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!