Manitoba’s feral dog situation

Our team is so pleased with the announcement from the Manitoba Government that funding has been provided to address the overpopulation of feral dogs in the province. This goal is shared by our organization, 100 Manitobans Who Love Animals.

“The Manitoba government is providing $750,000 in funding to the new One Health Program, a five-year veterinary outreach program to address animal health gaps and create opportunities for improved and accessible care in remote and Indigenous communities across Manitoba, Indigenous Reconciliation and Northern Relations Minister Alan Lagimodiere announced today. 

Read the entire government media release here.

Also read the CBC article and listen to the radio interview related to this issue.

Our organization is in its early stages, forming as a philanthropic group focused on supporting Winnipeg’s independent animal shelters and rescues. Stay tuned for more.