2016 Clinic Stats


2016 Clinics 

Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force Clinic Volunteers with Chief Tony Alexis

• Wabasca | (MD of Opportunity and Bigstone Cree Nation) April 8-10 
285 Animals Spayed/Neutered Vaccinated, Dewormed, Tattooed

• Kehewin Cree Nation | May 6-8
Clinic postponed  due assisting with the  Fort McMurray Emergency

• Communities of Maskwacis | June 3-5
274 Animals Spayed/Neutered Vaccinated, Treated for Parasites, Tattooed

• Paul Band First Nation | June 24-26
189 Animals Spayed/Neutered Vaccinated,  Treated for Parasites,Tattooed

• Stoney Nakoda First Nation | July 15-17 (Morley)
401 Animals Spayed/Neutered Vaccinated, Treated for Parasites, Tattooed

Tsuut’ina Nation | August 19-21
352 Animals Spayed/Neutered Vaccinated, Treated for Parasites, Tattooed

• Kehewin Cree Nation September 9-11, 2016 
238 Animals Spayed/Neutered Vaccinated, Treated for Parasites,Tattooed

• Saddle Lake Cree Nation & Whitefish Lake First Nation | Sept 30-Oct 2
336 Animals Spayed/Neutered Vaccinated, Treated for Parasites, Tattooed

Final Numbers for 2016!

•  626 Canine Spays

•  765 Canine Neuters

•  408 Feline Spays

•  307 Feline Neuters

Total Animals fixed, vaccinated, treated for parasites and tattooed: 2,106

485 Relinquished or Stray Dogs320 Relinquished or Stray Cats

Total animals placed with our partner rescue groups to be re homed: 805

In total, 2,911 animals were cared for by our incredible veterinarians, vet tech’s and remarkable volunteers!!

Thank you so much to the following communities for your support:

Bigstone Cree Nation and the M.D. of OpportunityKehewin Cree NationMaskwacisPaul Band First NationSaddle Lake First NationStoney Nakoda Nation Tsuut’ina Nation Whitefish Lake First Nation