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Sat, Oct 13 | By Amy Lieberman | 5

Dogs With No Names program attempts to control stray population. Judith Samson-French, a veterinarian of the Banded Peak Veterinary Hospital picked up on a mysterious trend not long after she opened the clinic in 1999 in Calgary, in the Alberta… more ›

New Solution for Spays in Canada's First Nations
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daryl b.
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daryl b.
1 year ago

this is a wonderful idea. the thought of a million dogs loose there is inconceivable

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Bonnie  M.
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Bonnie M.
1 year ago

I have heard of this before, I believe in CA. I hear it is cheaper then S/N. Should be done more often.

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RueRue
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RueRue
1 year ago

This is a fabulous article. I need to start reading these news articles again as I learn a lot. Thank you Zootoo.

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Kavykeeper
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Kavykeeper
1 year ago

I'm all for something that will humanely decrease the number of strays. Good work!

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RueRue
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RueRue
1 year ago

I had never heard of these chips. What a fantastic article. I would love to see these chips last longer. I am in awe of her work.

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