Our programs include spay and neuter clinics, emergency vaccination clinics in response to canine distemper outbreaks, companion animal disaster relief, a community based Dog Care and Management Program, and a program for free roaming community cats.
Formed in 2008 as a proactive solution to pet overpopulation, we held our very first on-site clinic for the Blood Tribe (Kainai) Nation in September 2010. Since then, our team has completed 68 on-site clinics, examining, spaying and neutering, tattooing, vaccinating, and deworming almost 17,000 companion animals! We have also placed an additional 6,825 surrendered animals with partner rescue groups.
Animals spayed and neutered
Animals placed for rehoming with partner organizations
Animals evacuated during 2019 wildfires
Active volunteers in 2019
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