Dogs With No Names (DWNN)

Dogs With No Names Projects

Alberta Field Notes

The DWNN team works hard at establishing trust with members of First Nations communities, both 2 legged and 4 legged in Alberta, Canada.
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Scientifically Speaking

The use of 141 Contraceptive implants (Suprelorin) to control unwanted dog populations on First Nations reserves – A retrospective study.
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Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

June 1 – 9, 2013  SHESHATSHIU INNU, 176 dogs handled, 63 females received deslorelin contraceptive implant.
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Northern Ontario

An innovative program to help control the dog overpopulation is coming to Weeneebayko Area Health Authority (WAHA), the First Nations as well as the Town of Moosonee, located within the James and Hudson Bay Region of Ontario.
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Island Territory of Curaçao

Dr. Judith Samson-French was invited to Curacao, a Caribbean Island, to evaluate if Dogs With No Names project could be implanted for the street dogs of the island.
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A Journey of Compassion, Purpose and Hope.

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