Spay/Neuter Clinics in First Nation Communities – Animals’ Voice Pawdcast

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Pawdcast imageCountless unwanted dogs and cats roam Alberta’s First Nation communities due to uncontrolled breeding.  The Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force is a volunteer based charity that provides on site MASH style spay and neuter clinics for First Nations with the goal to assist with community safety and improve the health and wellbeing of dogs and cats.

Host, Kevin MacKenzie speaks with Nancy Larsen, President and Co-Founder of the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force and R.J. Bailot, Co-Founder and Board Member of the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force. Nancy and R.J. explain what the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force is and why it is important to have spay/neuter clinics in First Nation Communities.

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You can learn more about spay/neuter clinics in First Nation Communities by visiting the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force Website.

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