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Our team has assisted with humane animal population management projects of wild horses on Alberta public lands, a deer program in urban areas, and is helping street dogs and cats in the Caribbean and Guatemala. PetSmart Charities® of Canada provided a $206,000 grant to provide female dogs with a pregnant pause in seven remote communities in northern Ontario.
Our concept is proven – target only female dogs initially. If you can take them out of heat, it increases the chances people will care for them because they no longer regularly attract upward of 10 males, aggressively circling a home, wanting to breed. In addition, they no longer repeatedly deliver litters of unwanted pups. Since remote areas and medical teams lead to high-cost spays, we only spay females three years of age or older that have demonstrated an ability to survive.
It’s a novel approach which is capturing the attention of those who can help make a difference. Thank you for your support – it is why we’ve come this far! Providing animals with a pregnant pause and bringing forth innovative thinking on humane, sustainable and effective animal population management methods is the humane way forward. And with every single birth we prevent, we are ending suffering, transforming destinies and saving lives.
“So a dog without human companionship is doomed to suffer and die. Freedom is death for a dog.”
Judith Samson-French DVM, from the book: Dogs With No Names
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