Friends, COVID-19 has impacted all of us , including CSNIP. With the first “Stay Home” executive order in March, CSNIP was closed for 9-weeks. This closure happened right at the start of “kitten season”, causing a significant backlog of demand when we reopened in June. Also, new safety procedures reduced the number of dogs and cats we can serve each day. These circumstances, combined with staff shortages due to quarantining and illness since we reopened, has made it difficult to schedule your pet’s spay/neuter surgery at CSNIP. We understand your frustration. It is our mission to break the breeding cycle and prevent unwanted litters and it frustrates us that we can’t schedule these appointments as quickly as we’d like. We are grateful that we have been able to continue to serve the community, despite these obstacles, and we ask for your continued patience and support as we do the best we can to serve you and your pets. Please note the average wait time for cat spay/neuter appointments is currently 4-6 weeks because of high demand and these circumstances. We suggest you try first to schedule online and if unsuccessful after a couple of weeks, call us at 616-455-8220. If you call and get our phone message, please leave a message so we can call you back.
From all of us at CSNIP, we wish you a happy holiday and we appreciate your continued understanding.
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"Awesome service for an excellent price. Our dog had zero complications and is doing awesome. Thank you C-SNIP for what you do!"
"I just had my kitten and my Heeler spayed yesterday and I’m so happy with everything. The staff was so friendly and helpful. They answered any questions I had and made me feel confident in my animals at home care. My dog's collar broke the morning of her drop off and they even helped me get another one so I didn’t have to go to the store. I’m so appreciative. Thank you!"
"Awesome place...they looked out & cared for my baby Dusty. A wonderful blessing to those of us who don't have much money to do what is needed to keep our pets safe & healthy. Keep up the good work."