Lifeguards in Newfoundland and Manitoba team up to find new dog homes on East Coast – Winnipeg
Dozens of dogs and puppies from northern Manitoba communities are on their way to new homes on the east coast.
K9 Advocates Manitoba says it has partnered with another rescue in Newfoundland to transfer approximately 70 dogs.
“They are leaving for Newfoundland. They will be placed in foster care, then they will be assessed – they will get their screening – and then they will be adopted, ”says Jackie Hanna of K9 Advocates, adding that this is the biggest cargo transfer they have ever had. carried out.
Their counterpart, Rescue NL, managed to raise more than $ 50,000 to charter a plane, which took off from Winnipeg on Saturday.
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Heather Ballard, of Rescue NL, said the process of picking up dogs, providing them with proper care, and then transferring them for relocation requires a large team.
“We hope to continue to help solve the problem here and continue to take dogs. There are a lot of rescues [in Manitoba], but they need help from other provinces, ”Ballard said.
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