LONG PLAIN FIRST NATION
JULY 15 & 16, 2017
We will be holding a two-day mobile spay/neuter clinic with Dr. Keri Hudson Reykdal Veterinary Services in Long Plain First Nation on July 15 & 16, 2017.
Our two-day clinic will cost approximately $12,000 and will offer spay/neuter for up to 50 dogs, as well as other veterinary care that dogs in the community may require (such as vaccines, medications, etc). Fixing these dogs will prevent a minimum of 1,500 puppies from being born in the next 12 months. This will reduce the number of roaming and stray dogs, including dogs who form packs and pose a danger to people in the community, especially children, as well as other animals.
Part of the mandates for these organizations are to help control the animal population in a humane, animal-friendly manner by:
- Supporting and hosting information sessions and events to create awareness about the benefits of controlling the animal population of Manitoba;
- Running spay and neuter clinics in high risk Manitoba communities and providing subsidized services for low income households;
- Partnering with provincial initiatives that aim to address pet overpopulation.
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