Get Your(s) Fix(ed)

Get Your(s) Fix(ed) From the 15th to the 20th of February, 8 FTH Volunteers travelled North to Fort Albany where they continued their quest to control the overpopulation of stray dogs in Northern communities. Karen and Jassen Metatawabin-Wesley were fantastic hosts (yet again), and kept our team of  volunteers feeling not only comfortable, but fully welcomed Continue Reading »

Did Someone Say Bannock?

Did Someone Say Bannock? Back in October, we talked about the difficulties Northern communities experience trying to access vet care, and how this affects the overpopulation of dogs. This remains an uphill battle because of just how isolated these communities are; in fact, many are only accessible by small aircraft. For this reason, Dr Pauline Continue Reading »

You’ve GOT to be Inking me!

You’ve GOT to be Inking me! It’s no secret that we pretty much can’t contain our excitement when local businesses get involved in our fundraising efforts. With their help, we are able to offer fundraising opportunities that wouldn’t be possible any other way. Today’s local business shout-out goes to the women of Ruby Tattoo Studio Continue Reading »

Thanksgiving Voyages

Thanksgiving Voyages When we set out to help control Northern dog populations, we knew that simply rehoming them further South was only a Band-Aid to a greater problem; without access to vet care, even the most well-intentioned owners simply don’t have the opportunity to spay and neuter their pets. This results in unwanted litters and Continue Reading »