“With the high number of unaltered pets in our community, one of the most effective ways to reduce the pet population in the Lake Travis area is by spaying or neutering our pets,” Phil Storin said in the release.
Through a partnership with Wags Hope & Healing, a Hudson Bend-based animal rescue, LT SNAP offers monthly transportation services to PetPALS, a spay and neuter clinic located in nearby Marble Falls. The service is available for pet owners living within the Lake Travis ISD boundaries for a fee of $30 not including the $95 required for the veterinary procedure, which according to the release can increase a pet’s lifespan. LT SNAP will meet pet owners at Lake Travis United Methodist Church and accompany the owner’s dog or cat to the procedure.
More information on the transportation service and registration can be found on the organization’s website. 512-971-4676. www.laketravissnap.com