​Past Spay/Neuter Clinic Stats

2012  

Our first onsite spay/neuter clinic!

March - Onion Lake Cree Nation (with the assistance of Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force)

80 Spays/Neuters

September - Onion Lake Cree Nation

101 Spays/Neuters

2013 

June & September - Red Pheasant & Mosquito First Nations

194 Spays/Neuters

2014

May - Little Pine & Poundmaker First Nations

144 Spays/Neuters

July & September - Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation

74 Spays/Neuters

2015

April - Sweetgrass First Nation

53 Spays/Neuters

2016

October - Moosomin First Nation (Vaccination Clinic)

108 dogs vaccinated

2017

May - Moosomin First Nation

66 Spays/Neuters

July - Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation

57 Spays/Neuters

2018

June - Muskoday First Nation

98 Spays/Neuters

2019

July - One Arrow First Nation

84 Spays/Neuters

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Our ability to spay/neuter, vaccinate, deworm and tattoo as many animals as possible depends entirely on volunteer Veterinarians, Registered Veterinarian Technicians, students and lay people. You can make a positive change in the lives of people and animals living in Saskatchewan's First Nations communities. 

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