Save A Dog Network Canada has partnered with Purium Health products with a new fundraiser to help folks keep their New Yearโ€™s resolution for making healthier choices.

By taking fresh, non-GMO organic foods and turning almost all of it into a powder with a two-year shelf life, Purium aims to deliver a product that can not only transform our bodies but change the way we think about diet products altogether. Purium offers a line of health and wellness products from weight-loss to detoxification and performance โ€“ even natural supplements for children.

Every time you make a purchase from www.ishopPurium.com, Save A Dog Network Canada receives 20%!

Thatโ€™s not all!! **Every first order receives $50 off their purchase of $75 or more when you use our gift card code SADN2018, anywhere in Canada!

Email saveadognetwork@gmail.com for more info! #Purium #SaveADogNetwork
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3 days ago  ·  

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Day by day, we continuous to witness the reality of our Manitoba winters. The entire province is under extreme cold warning, with -40 to -50 degrees in most areas, and has been for much of the last couple weeks!

Thousands of dogs and puppies roam unvaccinated, unaltered and cause serious problems both socially and health wise.

Our mission is to provide better resources to these communities who need us, while educating and empowering anyone who needs a bit of help! We absolutely love what we do and we couldn't be happier supporting these areas. We do not tolerate negative comments and they will be deleted. Please put yourself in someone else's shoes and try and be supportive.

Donate, foster, transport, volunteer or share. Alone we can do so little, but together we can accomplish so much!

Your donations are needed so we can continue to do what we do. Etransfers can be made to saveadognetwork@gmail.com with the password "puppies". Cash, PayPal or credit card also accepted!

If you would like to help in other ways, please send us a message or email us! #dogrescue #dogs #puppies #donationsneeded #wpg #winnipeg #manitoba #mb #firstnationsupport
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3 days ago  ·  

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The harsh reality of Northern Manitoba currently as temperatures reach -40 and colder these past few weeks.

Some will be lucky enough to be saved, but many will freeze to death.
It saddens us that this is the fate of so many unwanted puppies.

Most people walk by, as this is the norm. Many people don't know how to help but so many are starting to reach out, now that we are making ourselves known. Small changes will ultimately help this situation.

Your donations are urgently needed to help get these puppies into Winnipeg.

Etransfers can be made to saveadognetwork@gmail.com with the password "puppies". PayPal, credit card or cash also accepted!

All negative comments will be deleted. We are here to bring awareness not pass judgment.
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4 days ago  ·  

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Temporary fostering is truly one of the most amazing things you can do.

You put your heart out there knowing the dog has a journey that doesn't end with your home. Your commitment is usually 2/3 weeks, with no chance to adopt. You teach them socialization, house rules and what it is like to be a real dog. You save them from horrible conditions and nurse them back to health, with no financial burden on yourself.

Save A Dog Network does not do adoptions or foster fails, we are just the first stop to get these dogs safe. We are the front line rescue, who quarantines them, gets them the proper vaccines and then transfers them to adopting rescues, who find them forever homes, mainly outside the province.

Manitoba is overrun with unwanted and injured dogs and puppies who desperately need our help. We value, appreciate and need the help from adopting rescues outside the province or we would not be able to rescue the amount of dogs we do, without their support.

Corky and Pumpkin ๐Ÿ’ž

If you live in Winnipeg and would like to temporary foster a dog, please email SADNfosters@gmail.com.
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2 weeks ago  ·  

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Did you know children living on First Nation communities are 180 times more likely to be bit by a dog then a child living in an urban setting?

Children cannot play or walk safely because of the hundreds of dogs in northern Manitoba that roam in packs. Many have no vaccines, are not spayed or neutered and lack proper socialization, through no fault of their isolation is the main cause but we feel we can fill a huge gap.

Through no fault of their own, these dog pack up, rifle through garbage, cause fights, chase and bite families and then dog shoots or culls are issued. We cannot pass judgment on the reasons why they happen...only provide better resources, education and hope leaders and community members take advantage of our offer. We are happy to say that many do and that's why we choose to continue to support these areas. We see the changes and really enjoy visiting each community.

Positivity goes along way and our goal is to support and encourage these northern communities to make better choices and provide the resources to make it possible to do so. With everyone's support, we can do more to end dog shoots in 2018. Donate, transport, volunteer, temporary foster or share!

These children and dogs deserve ALL of our dedication in Manitoba, to make it safer and healthier for them! #endMBdogshoots2018 #saveadognetwork #donatenow #ittakesavillage #manitobasdirtylittlesecret
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2 weeks ago  ·  

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Bottle fed babies make cold winter days more manageable. We are so happy these beautiful souls are safe and warm ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

We need your help so we can rescue more! Donate, temp foster, volunteer, transport or share! #saveadognetwork #puppylove #formulaneeded #dogrescue #wpg #manitoba
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2 weeks ago  ·  

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Lumi and her 6 beautiful babies were found in an abandoned house in Sagkeeng. She is extremely malnourished and scared but her tiny puppies were underneath her to stay warm. She's such a good momma and knew we were there to help her.

She's safe with us in a temporary foster home and she will be transferred to one of our adopting rescues when she's finished nursing her pups. #saveadog #nursinmom #dogrescue #puppies #nonstop #sothankful #wpg
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2 weeks ago  ·  

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Cymon and Bonni came to us from Shamattawa First Nation and will find their forever homes with Winnipeg Pet Rescue Shelter! We are so thankful when our adopting rescues/shelters help us with the heavy load of unwanted dogs/puppies! We really appreciate the support! #saveadognetwork #networking #wpgpetrescueshelter #shamattawa #puppylove #dogrescue #wpg ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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When you are at the right place, at the right time-puppies are saved.

He is frozen stiff, malnourished and dehydrated but he is the sweetest little guy ever. He is safe with his rescuers up north and will be flying into Winnipeg ASAP. What a great way to bring in the new year. #saveadognetwork #donationsneeded #puppyrescue #itstoocoldforthem
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2 weeks ago  ·  

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It's that time again!! We are gearing up for our 2018 Spay and Neuter Clinics and we need your help to gather kennels of all sizes!

Our most urgent need is for large and extra large, plastic kennels!

We can arrange pick up or delivery! Just email saveadognetwork@gmail.com or send us a message!
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2 weeks ago  ·  

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