Alberta Spay and Neuter Task Force, Jan 26 -2013

We are coming to Calgary in support of the Alberta Spay and Neuter Task Force.

 

 

Here is more about them in their own words.

 Mission Statement

To support First Nation members in restoring the importance of companion animals by helping create spay/neuter and other animal–centered events in their community that stresses the care of dogs and cats and creates a safe and caring environment for all living creatures.

Description

Our group provides high volume, high quality MASH style spay and neuter clinics that are held in First Nation communities. We work within the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association by-laws to provide these clinics by applying for a Temporary Veterinary Facility licence for each clinic. This ensures the safety of the animals at our clinics.

We also assist First Nation communities with education regarding pet care and dog bite prevention.

General Information
The Task Force works with First Nation communities as part of their community approach to improve the health and wellbeing of dogs or cats living in their community and to reduce human heath issues that have resulted from pet overpopulation issues.We have the capacity to provide surgery for up to 200 animals in one weekend. We work with partner rescue groups who kindly assist with re-homing unwanted or stray dogs or cats at our clinics.

Link to ASNTF facebook page

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