After 20 years in the making, Pet OverPopulation Prevention (POPP) would like to announce we will be opening our very first spay and neuter clinic this fall!! We are very excited about making this move to Pasco, Washington!
This significant milestone will take us to the next level in ending overpopulation of our furry friends, and enable us to provide other local rescues with spay and neuter services for adoptable pets throughout our entire region! As the clinic grows and we get our bearings in this new setting, we plan to continue POPP’s spay and neuter public assistance program; but instead of issuing vouchers of discounted spay and neuter operations, our vet will be performing alterations to animals of recipients-in-need. Eventually neuter/spay services will be open to everyone.
Here is some more information regarding our new clinic:
- We have hired a veterinarian along with a veterinarian technician to staff the clinic.
- Initially, we will be operating two (2) days a week to start.
- We be providing services to the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter.
- We plan to expand our services to other rescue organizations, to public assistance recipients and eventually, to the general public.
While we can open the clinic this fall, we are still in need of additional equipment and minor remodeling projects for the building to become fully operational.
Founded in 1995, POPP has been serving the greater Tri-Cities area for over 23 years as an animal welfare organization with whose primary mission is to educate the community on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. Throughout the years, POPP has also been providing support for those who need financial assistance to spay and neuter their pet, and caring for and finding a home for feral, abandoned and homeless pets.