Save A Dog Network Canada (SADN) is a 100% volunteer run, registered non-profit organization based in Winnipeg dedicated to changing the lives of unwanted, abused, and injured dogs in Canada. SADN was founded in 2013, and currently networks with approximately 30 First Nations communities, Shelters and Rescues. The focus of SADN is primarily in Manitoba, although our support and networking extends across Canada as well.
Please navigate the above menu to learn more about our organization and to discover ways that you can help us continue our efforts to rescue and care for these dogs. Don’t forget to connect with us below:
SADN is Hiring Volunteers!
We are hiring volunteers!!! Our network is growing so fast we can’t keep up with our small group! First Nation communities all around Manitoba are continuously messaging us, interested in our services! We are so happy to hear we are making a difference so we need help to grow and help these dogs!
Do you think you have what it takes to join our team? Shoot us an email at email@example.com
telling us what makes you unique and why you think you would be an asset to the SADN team!
Isgwideh (pronounced iss-gwi-deh and means “fire” in Ojicree) is recovering in Winnipeg after suffering severe burns to his face and mid/upper body. Please visit Issy’s page to learn more about this brave dog, and to keep updated on his road to recovery! Please note that your continued donations and kindness are needed for this beautiful boy’s care – please email us, phone 204-899-5809 or visit our Donations page to find out how you can help.