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. SADN helps provide resources, food, first aid supplies, cleaning supplies, and many other items to help dogs in care while they await rescue and while they wait to be adopted into forever homes.
We also provide networking support and urgent food and supplies to rescues and isolated communities in Manitoba and across Canada.
One of the key focuses Save A Dog Network has is to provide education and resources to remote communities with limited or no access to veterinary care. SADN helps with transporting sick and injured dogs, and provides vaccination and deworming clinics for the hundreds of dogs that roam unvaccinated and unaltered on many Manitoba First Nation Communities.
Save A Dog Network is a passion of ours and a dream to help animals and communities all across Canada that are in need.