Group 2 (6)The Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force (ASNTF) is a registered charity that provides proactive, community based pet wellness clinics  for communities that are experiencing pet overpopulation issues in order to assist with their approach to improve the health and well being of the dogs and cats in the community and to reduce human health issues that have resulted from pet overpopulation. Many communities do not have the resources that we have in our cities to assist with the care of their animals.  The problem of pet overpopulation exists all over the world!

 


THANK YOU PETS FOR LIFE for your very generous donation towards our Maskwacis clinic! We really needed that and it means so much to us​!

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We would like to thank the Sherling Animal Welfare Fund at the Calgary Foundation for their recent grant to ASNTF. The funds will be used to purchase medications for our Spay/Neuter Clinics, which is one of our largest expenses. We are so grateful for this support!

Thank you Sherling Animal Welfare Fund!


Wabasca Clinic Stats  |   April 8 – 10

• 107 Dog Spays
• 104 Dog Neuters
Total Dogs: 211

• 53 Cat Spays
• 21 Cat Neuters
Total Cats: 74

Which brings us to a total of 285 animals spayed/neutered,

vaccinated and dewormed!!! On top of that, we took in 40 Cat surrenders and 37 Dog surrenders!

A big shout out to the community of Wabasca and the MD of Opportunity for their support and participation in such a successful clinic! We are so grateful to the volunteers and donors as well! You are all amazing!!!


 

Be a Superhero! Support the Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force!

Be a Superhero! Support the Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force!


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ASNTF_donateWe are guided by the communities we work with and provide accessible veterinary care and outreach programs to them. We believe that, together, we can create a better future for all. In every community, all over the world, people are trying to manage their dog and cat  populations in order to provide safer communities and improve the quality of life of these companion animals.


 

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