The Pack Project Inc. is a unique and innovative non-profit organization based in Regina, Saskatchewan. It is the vision of the Pack Project to improve the lives of dogs and people in communities.
The Pack Project operates two key programs:
- Rescue: We operate a non-breed specific dog rescue for stray, abandoned, abused and surrendered dogs. We are reliant on a network of compassionate volunteer foster guardians who open their homes to provide an environment where the dog can receive proper nutrition, behaviour training, veterinary care and love until the right adoptive home is found.
- Outreach: We are passionate about supporting the work of other charities and non-profit groups that focus on animal welfare initiatives through respectful partnerships and cooperation. We operate a donation center to acquire pet related items such as pet food, leashes, collars, kennels, medical supplies and other necessities for distribution to other animal welfare groups. We also network, share knowledge and assist with transportation for the benefit of animals in need.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Want to help, but not sure where to start? Here’s a few ways you can contribute to our PACK:
CAN YOU FOSTER A HOMELESS DOG?
Fostering is an essential part of our PACK Project and is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have (other than adopting, of course). By temporarily taking a dog into your home, you are giving your foster dog the time he/she needs to be ready for adoption.
To become a foster, complete the application form and the The Pack Project will contact you and arrange a time for a home visit. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
CAN YOU ADOPT AND GIVE A HOMELESS DOG A FUREVER HOME?
There are numerous reasons to adopt a homeless dog. First, you are saving a life. Other reasons: You help break the cycle of pet overpopulation; You help stop cruelty in mass breeding facilities; You get a lifetime of support from our Rescue Team volunteers and adoption alumni. CLICK HERE TO READ THE TOP 10 REASONS TO ADOPT
If you are looking to adopt a furry friend, would like to meet one (or more) of our dogs, please fill in the application form.
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