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!

April 13 – 15 Saddle Lake Cree Nation

The Task Force would like to give a BIG thanks to all of our volunteers that gave their time this weekend and made our clinic the huge success it was.

Thank you:

  • Saddle Lake Health Centre
  • Saddle Lake Cree Nation Chief and Council

Our gratitude to:

  • Doris Nayawatatic, our Community Liaison and her staff for assisting us all weekend long.
  • PetSmart Charities Canada for their ongoing support.

Here is what we accomplished together as a group:

75 Dog Spays • 80 Dog Neuters • 58 Cat Spays • 56 Cat Neuters

The total number of animals spayed/neutered, vaccinated, tattooed and treated for parasites was 269.

Special thanks to:

  • Responsible Veterinarian – Dr. Savannah Howse-Smith
  • Medical Manager – Jackie Lind, RVT
  • Clinic Director – R.J. Bailot
  • Adjunct Clinic – Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Animal Hospital

An additional 68 relinquished or stray dogs and 59 cats were placed with our partner rescue groups to be rehomed.

  • AARCS (Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society)
  • Alberta Animal Services
  • Calgary Humane Society
  • CAWS (Companion Animal Welfare Society)
  • Central Alberta SPCA
  • Cochrane and Area Humane Society
  • Edson Animal Rescue Society
  • hart (Humane Animal Rescue Team)
  • Lakeland Humane Society
  • Lloydminster and District SPCA
  • Medicine Hat SPCA
  • Old MacDonald Kennels
  • Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation
  • Pit Bulls for Life
  • Saving Grace Animal Society
  • SCARS (Second Chance Animal Rescue Society)
  • WHARF (Whitecourt Homeless Animal Rescue Foundation)
  • Zoe’s Animal Rescue

Our goal would not be possible without the hard work by all of our dedicated volunteers.
We are so proud to have such an AMAZING group of people!
Thank you all for your kindness, your compassion and for caring.

Tentative 2018 Clinic Dates

• May 4 – 6 Maskwacis communities

• June 15 – 17 Frog Lake First Nation (near Bonnyville)

• July 13 – 15 Whitefish Lake First Nation (near St.Paul)

• August 17 – 19 Southern Alberta (in planning stage)

• September 15 – 22 Northern Communities (High Level area; in planning stage)

• October 19 – 21 Southern Alberta (in planning stage)

Volunteer Schedules will be available soon! Volunteers will receive an email once the schedule is ready.

If you would like to volunteer with us and have not yet signed up please do so here.

Our Deepest Gratitude!

Without donations and grants we would not be able to do the important work that we do. Thank you for believing in our cause, we are so grateful for your enormous generosity and support.

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