More than 50 doggos were taken from Northern Ontario and Manitoba. They were later transferred to Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and Humane Society animal organizations. The dogs are now up for adoption and are looking for their fur-ever homes.
– More than 50 dogs were taken from Northern Ontario and Manitoba.
– There is a problem of overpopulation in the area.
– The dogs are now up for adoption.
Accordingly, the doggos came from a couple of remote areas that have problems with dog overpopulation. The members of United by Animals and Save a Dog Network Canada then worked together to rescue the animals. Aside from the rescues, the teams also had with them some dog food supplies to help the doggos that remain in the areas where the other doggos were taken.
This is not the first time that dogs were taken to Ontario SPCA. Last month, United by Animals collected 400 animals. A hundred of which were doggos and cats. Accordingly, dogs from the Northern area had to be taken away because there is a “lack of access to basic animal wellness services, such as veterinarians and spay/neuter services.” Hence, there is an uncontrolled growth of the doggo and cat population in the areas.
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