About Canine Action Project
Canine Action Project (CAP) is a Canadian registered charity, made up of dedicated volunteers that assists First Nations Communities in Saskatchewan work towards optimal health for their people, animals and the environment through a One Health approach. One Health recognizes the links between human, animal and environmental health and associated community well-being. In working with our target communities to improve the health of their dogs we are helping to achieve healthier, safer balanced communities for people and their dogs.
CAP was founded in 2011 by Kelly Phipps and Monique Schultz. They saw the need for an integrated approach in assisting First Nations communities with dog management practices. Collaboration began with veterinarians, local community leaders, public health and university researchers. Canine Action Project is the only organization of its kind in Saskatchewan.