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The Arizona Companion Animal Spay and Neuter Committee

According to ARS 28-2422.01, the Arizona Companion Animal Spay and Neuter Committee (AzCASNC) is established consisting of the following members who are appointed by the governor:

Two members, each representing a different humane society that is incorporated in this state and that provides spay and neuter services. 

  1. Annette Lagunas, Humane Society of Yuma, Committee Chairman
  2. Michelle Ryan, Coconino Humane Association

Two members, each representing a different animal control entity that is not affiliated with a humane society 

  1. Arleen Y. Garcia, Sierra Vista Animal Care & Control
  2. Audra Michael, Pinal County Animal Care & Control

One member who resides in a county with a population of three hundred thousand persons or less and who represents an animal welfare entity. 
      1. Lisa Schafer, Town of Marana 

One member who represents the Arizona veterinary medical association. 

  1. Emily Kane, Arizona Veterinary Medical Association 

One member who represents an established community coalition of animal welfare organizations. 

  1. Sonia Hernandez, Fix.Adopt.Save./Alliance for Companion Animals
Meeting - Sept. 27, 2022

Meeting - Sept. 19, 2022

Meeting - June 28, 2022

Meeting - March 9, 2022

Meeting - March 7, 2022

Meeting Agenda - December 1, 2021

Meeting Agenda- Notice - Oct, 27, 28 and 29, 2021

- minutes

Meeting Agenda and Minutes - November 4th, 5th, 6th, 2020 

- minutes

 Meeting Agenda - September 29, 2020 

2021 Grant application can be found on the Funding Guidelines page. Please click the tab above. Thank you.


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