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Our Mission Statement

The mission of Save A Dog Network Canada is to provide assistance to northern communities by removing injured and unwanted dogs while providing education and resources to members of the community and networking with adopting rescues to reduce unwanted dogs in Manitoba by re-homing them out of province.

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:

Check us out on Instagram at – Instagram.com/saveadognetworkcan
Follow us on Twitter at – Twitter.com/SaveADogNetwork
Connect with us on Facebook at – Facebook/SaveADogNetworkCanada

For food/supplies donations please email us, phone 204-899-5809 or visit our Donations page.

As of October 9th, 2018, we are back from our trip to Nelson House, Manitoba (Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation)! This community is just amazing…All of us here at SADN are in complete awe of their commitment to provide a healthier life for their children, families and pets, and we are so happy for the opportunity to help them achieve the goal of safe, healthy and cared-for dogs and cats within their community.  

We love spreading vetting resources throughout our beautiful Northern Manitoba, and huge thanks goes out to the entire Chief and Counsel (and staff) of Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation for being so proactive and a true pleasure to work with. Continuous love and appreciation goes out to Dr. Samyra Stuart-Altman, for graciously offering to volunteer her time to vaccine and de-worm the owned dogs living on this community. 

If you’re reading this and are looking for an opportunity to join our fantastic network of volunteers and/or fosters, please do not hesitate to email saveadognetwork.ca or phone us at 204-899-5809.

 

 

On August 15, 2018, we had the opportunity to sit down and discuss our clinic of August 10-13, 2018, to York Factory First Nation with City News Winnipeg – Huge thanks to City News Winnipeg For helping spread awareness on this serious issue we are experiencing across our beautiful province of Manitoba. There are so many changes happening and we are so excited to be able to provide veterinary resources in northern Manitoba.

If you would like to help us prepare for future spay & neuter clinics, please email  saveadognetwork@gmail.com or phone at 204-899-5809. Thank you!

Interested in Temporarily Fostering?

Come join us and be a part of a temporary foster family network, who provide short term, foster only services for abandoned dogs and puppies! Send us a message on Facebook or email saveadognetwork@gmail.com if you would like to get more information or to apply. Also be sure to visit our Fostering page for more information.

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 saveadognetwork@gmail.com telling us what makes you unique and why you think you would be an asset to the SADN team!

Show your support today!

Show your support and help raise money for all of the dogs and puppies at risk of illness, starvation and abuse – hundreds require urgent medical care every year and we need your help to give them the care they need! Save A Dog Network Canada is pleased to offer dark blue and purple lanyards to our supporters, for only $10.00 each! Shipping is also available anywhere within Canada for an additional $2.00. Email saveadognetwork@gmail.com to place your order today!

Thank-You Pet Valu & Co-Op!

Hundreds of dogs are fed each month because of the amazing support from so many dedicated pet stores! Huge thanks to Pet Valu and CO-OP for continuously supporting our efforts!  We could not do what we do if we didn’t have all of you, and your contributions and care to our cause is so appreciated.