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!


Upcoming 2017 Clinic Dates

May 12 – 14 Frog Lake First Nation

June 10 – 17 Fort Mc Murray Area:
June 10 & 11 Fort McMurray First Nation
June 13 & 14 Chipewan Prairie Dene First Nation
June 16 & 17 Fort McKay First Nation

July 7 – 9 Blood Tribe First Nation

August 18 – 20 Siksika First Nation

September 8 – 10 Goodfish First Nation

September 29 – October 1 Cold Lake First Nation

Thank You

April 7 – 9 Piikani First Nation

60 Dog Spays79 Dog Neuters 80 Cat Spays60 Cat Neuters

101 Stray or relinquished animals were placed with our partner rescue groups.

In total 380 animals were assisted on the weekend!

Special thanks to:

  • Lead Veterinarians: Dr. Wendy Drohan and Dr. Alice Chan
  • Medical Manager: Jackie Lind, RVT
  • Community Liaison: Vicky Whitecow

17 Veterinarians16 Registered Veterinary Technologists 101 General Volunteers


Funding provided by:

  • PetSmart Charities
  • Piikani First Nation
  • Heather Waddell

Our Deepest Gratitude!

We are so grateful to PetSmart Charities Canada for the grants they have provided.


We are also grateful for the funding provided by the Donner Canadian Foundation and Eden Conservation Trust for the grants that will go towards our programs.



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