Dedicated to reducing the number of homeless and abandoned dogs in ABNorthern Spirit K9 Rescue


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  • Spay/Neuter program to help deal with the problem of overpopulation.

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 Northern Spirit K9 Rescue project will help spay/neuter dogs on the reserve in an effort to help deal with the problem of overpopulation as well as provide much needed medical attention and care.

Northern Spirit K9 Rescue serves First Nations Communities in Central and Northern Alberta. Ultimately, the availability of financial and volunteer resources determines how many reserve dogs we can help and/or rescue. Our goal is to provide quality care and assistance to as many reservation dogs as possible. We are committed to saving dogs of all ages that would otherwise suffer for the lack of a loving home. Our goal is to provide the First Nations people with Animal welfare education and Positive people/animal relationships, which would result in less dogs requiring rescue.

Community Benefit

Northern Spirit K9 is a registered non-profit charitable organization dedicated to provide food, shelter, medical treatment and facilities for neglected, abandoned, ill treated, unwanted and injured dogs on First Nations Reserves and other areas, and placing them in loving and caring homes. To re-home these dogs, wherever possible and, in particular, to provide and maintain foster homes or other facilities for the reception, care and treatment of such animals. To educate residents on the Reserves and in other areas in matters pertaining to animal welfare in general and the prevention of cruelty and suffering among these animals and to help enhance the quality of life for these animals. To help provide a spay and neuter program on First Nations Reserves, and to assist in the education for residents on First Nations Reserves on the importance of spay and neuter of animals to help prevent over population.

How will the $10K be used?

Budget Notes: Budget will not cover volunteer hours, transportation, gas and food for the animals in need.
$ 5,000 Spay/Neuter Program
$ 3,000 Medical Treatment for Injured Animals
$ 2,000 Education Program

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