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  • 1. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics
  • 2. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics
    • Discuss viability of mobile vs. stationary
    • Types of vehicles
    • Possible business models
    • Finances and other numbers
    • Operating issues
  • 3. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics
  • 4. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics
    • Higher costs
    • Staffing issues
      • Long hours
      • Travel can be difficult
    • Difficult working conditions
      • Limited space
      • Weather
    • More intensive maintenance
    • Support functions
      • Supplies
      • Scheduling
      • Admin: accounting, record keeping
      • Promotion
  • 5. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics
    • Carefully consider possible alternatives for providing spay/neuter to ‘difficult’ areas
      • Stationary clinic
      • ‘ MASH’ program
      • Transport program
  • 6. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Where mobile clinics work best
    • Rural areas
      • Long distances
      • Few vets
      • Low income
    • Urban
      • Transport difficulties
      • Low income
  • 7. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Basic vehicle types Small Van 22 ft - 27ft long Approx: $90,000-$130,000
  • 8. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Basic vehicle types Large Van 30 ft - 40ft long Approx: $160,000-$220,000
  • 9. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Basic vehicle types Large Van 30 ft - 40ft long Approx: $160,000-$220,000
  • 10. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Basic vehicle types Trailers - 5th Wheel or Bumper pull Up to 20ft long Approx: $40,000-$120,000
  • 11. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Business Models Fees from clients Fees paid by contracts with organizations Grants Donations
  • 12. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Other decisions to be made Area served Goal for number of surgeries Days of operation, scheduling Staffing Vets Techs Drivers, CDL? Support staff and methods Additional services Promotion
  • 13. Budget (Sample - No More Homeless Pets in Utah)
    • Revenue
    • Copay fees - 8506 surgeries
    • surgeries 290,400
    • vaccines 74,588
    • microchips 16,755
    • other 25,134
    • Grants 56,741
    • Donations 12,009
    • TOTAL $475,627
    • Expenditure
    • Medical supplies 74,629
    • Vehicle expenses 15,221
    • Vehicle maintenance 2,131
    • Staff travel 16,743
    • Telephone etc. 24,354
    • Insurance 5,500
    • Payroll 285,300
    • Promotion 21,393
    • Other 16,722
    • TOTAL $461,993
  • 14. Fees (Sample - No More Homeless Pets in Utah)
    • Co-Pay Fees
    • Male Cats $25
    • Female Cats $35
    • Male Dogs $45-55
    • Female Dogs $55-65
    • Feline ‘Family Plan’
    • Mom plus kittens $100
  • 15. The Big Fix - No More Homeless Pets in Utah
    • Operates 18 days per month
    • Average 39 surgeries per day
    • 8,500 surgeries per year
    • Expenses $54 per surgery
    • 1 vet, 3 techs
    • Volunteers help
    • Part time admin person for Ordering, Accounts, Advertising
    • Promoted with postcards, posters, classifieds, website,
    • community calendars, utility bill inserts
    • Specials: ‘Super Cat Fix’ ($9.99 any cat)
    • ‘ Free Fix’ for low-income, ‘Feral Fix’
  • 16. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Operating issues to consider Medical and other protocols Staff training Reservations or ‘first come/first served Scheduling Locations Hot and cold weather operations Volunteers Handling animals, recovery Promotional tactics
  • 17. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics Sources for mobile clinic vehicles Dodgen dodgenmobiletech.com IA 800-247-1835 Laboit laboit.com OH 800-776-9984 General Body generalbody.com TX 800-395-8585 Mobile Medical Innovations mobilemedicalinnovations.com PA 724-646-2200 Farber farberspecialty.com OH 800-331-3188 Winnebago winnebagoind.com IA 641-585-3535 Matthews Specialty Vehicles msvehicles.com NC 877-905-4678
  • 18. Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinics