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Another truck has left Vancouver to Manitoba with more donations and supplies for our dogs. The pouring of love and donation has been amazing. Thank you TDIAO fantastic volunteers for organizing this collection and all of the other animal rescue societies, like About a Dog  Rescue Society, for their generous donations.          Tisol Vancouver shines for their ongoing support to dogs in distress. 

Please keep in  mind that we always need:    travel crates in good condition, travel escorts (anyone flying from Manitoba to BC or Ontario), unopened dog food wet or dry, dog beds, dog coats, blankets, harnesses + leashes+ collars

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K9 ADVOCATES MANITOBA Media Coverage

 

Injured bear found at garbage dump spends night in nurse’s bed    Winnipeg Sun 

 A doggone good column

Fostering Hope from Liam Brennan, Chris McIvor in production  

The film focuses on the issue of stray dogs in Northern Manitoba reserves and follows Jasmine Colucci and Dave Brooker who run the K9 Advocates Manitoba group. They’ve rescued more than 2,500 dogs over the past few years.  

The film focuses on the issue of stray dogs in Northern Manitoba reserves and follows Jasmine Colucci and Dave Brooker who run the K9 Advocates Manitoba group. They’ve rescued more than 2,500 dogs over the past few years.   A lot has happened since the CBC airing of Fostering Hope in January 2018. 

We have continued working with remote communities across Manitoba to help reduce the stray dog over population crisis and to help improve the health and safety of the communities. Over 1,000 dogs (and some cats) have come through our care since the documentary aired. Our partnerships have grown to over 20 adopting rescues across Canada that these pets have been transferred to so they can find their happily ever after.

CityNews Winnipeg

Mission to rescue 100 dogs from freezing to death

FRANK DIGITAL  Puppy Love August 9th, 2018

The stray dog problem in Northern Manitoba has never been more serious. First Nations’ nurse, Jasmine Colucci, saw this problem first hand in the community she lives in. 

Wanting to help Jasmine began volunteering for numerous dog rescue services in rural Manitoba. She did it on her own, at times driving 10-12 hours a day just to save a dog. 

Every time she ventured into a Northern community, she came across stray dogs suffering from all manner of different ailments. She saw carcasses on the side of the road – dogs that had died of severe mange, starvation or gunshot wounds. 

She was determined to do something about it that was how K9 Advocates formed. A group that not only rescues dogs in need and re-homing them but has a voice for dogs and lobbies the government to help with this serious issue.