The SNiP-It Clinic, Osceola County’s low-cost spay and neuter clinic, has returned to its normal Tuesday-to-Friday operating schedule after closing for almost two months as a coronavirus safeguard.

Procedures began on Friday as early as 7:30 a.m. Friday, and the vets will go back to work Tuesday morning. The process for checking in a dog or cat will incorporate social distancing and other precautions to assure safety of all pets, owners and staff.

Here’s how you’ll drop off your pet and keep everyone safe:

Clients will stay in their cars, stopping at multiple stations at a loop in the parking lot. A technician at the front gate will pass out paperwork; review it to make sure it’s correct. Another technician, wearing a mask and gloves will come out to the vehicle to take the animal, and there will be another station to check in and pay.

For any questions or concerns, to make an appointment or prepay for an upcoming scheduled surgery, call the SNiP-It Clinic at 407-476-4748. Donations are also accepted online at