Spay & Neuter Clinics

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.

One of the ways we assist rural communities in Manitoba is through our temporary Spay & Neuter Clinics which take place throughout the year – trips are made to remote locations which do not have veterinary access – at these pop-up clinics, community residents have access to assessment, treatment and medication that their dogs otherwise may not receive.

We at SADN are proud to be able to offer our rural communities the use of our temporary clinics, as these are a crucial component in our goal to curb and one day end the over-population of dogs on our First Nations. Without veterinary care available to have dogs spayed or neutered, over-population quickly becomes a very serious problem which often results in unwanted or abandoned animals and feral stays roaming (potentially making it unsafe for people, especially children).

Spay/Neuter    |    Pain Medication    |    Parvo/Distemper Vaccine    |    Rabies Vaccine    |    Dewormer    |    Collar/Id Tag

These clinics would not be possible without the friendship and cooperation of our friends within these communities, and we look forward to working together to bring these much needed resources where they are needed most! Since Save A Dog Network Canada was established back in 2013, we have visited multiple First Nation communities and have successfully completed dozens of our spay & neuter clinics.

August 10-13, 2018 Clinic – York Factory First Nation (York Landing, Manitoba)

Volunteer Veterinarians: Dr. Jonas Watson, Dr. Kristin Wiebe & Dr. Rebecca Zettler

We are excited to announce an upcoming clinic from August 10th – 13th, happening in York Landing, Manitoba! Huge thanks to our amazing volunteer veterinarians, Dr. Jonas Watson, Dr. Kristin Wiebe & Dr. Rebecca Zettler. Currently recruiting the following helpers:

  • Temporary Fosters (puppies and adults in need, 2-4 week commitment, all food, vetting & supplies paid for)
  • Volunteers (supply pick up/drop off), food preparation, 15-20 volunteers for 4 day commitment)
  • Manitoba Vet Techs (surgery experience required, ALL accommodations, food and flight expenses paid for by SADN)

If you would like to help us prepare for this clinic, please reach out via email to [email protected] or phone at 204-899-5809. Thank you!

April 6-9, 2018 Clinic – Tataskweyak Cree Nation (Split Lake, Manitoba)

Volunteer Veterinarians: Dr. Zettler & Dr. Macdonald

Our most successful clinic to-date, with 69 dogs and cats being spayed or neutered! We could not have done this without the fantastic help of our friends in Split Lake, and look forward to visiting them again in the future.