Chiots Nordiques is called upon to carry out emergency transfers sporadically according to calls made by local workers in Indigenous communities. These transfers are mainly linked to car accidents, fights between dogs and the presence of viral and bacterial infections. The costs cause unforeseen expenses for our organization which uses 100% of the donations for the care of animals mainly during clinic interventions. It is therefore, additional expenses, but which allow these wonderful 3 or 4 legged furry friends to have a more than deserved second chance!
Thus, you participate concretely for each animal sponsored:
- Emergency veterinary care
- Subsequent veterinary follow-ups
You will receive every two weeks new videos, photos and stories via email. The animals will then be put up for adoption according to the same rigorous process that we have developed and the sponsorship gives no priority over a potential adoption.
Thank you for helping us provide them with the life they so deserve.
Dogs to Sponsor
Penny is a young adult dog from the Naskapie community of Kawawachikamach. He was bitten by a cat. Cat bites can be very dangerous, Penny has an extensive wound on his chest which required hospitalization. Now he is out of the hospital, he must receive antibiotics, painkillers and have his bandages changed regularly.
Keena is approximately 1 1/2 years old. A few months ago, he was diagnosed with a severe hip dysplasia. He had surgery on his left hip and two more surgeries are required for his right hip. He must take painkillers, cartilage protectors and food supplements daily.
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