Programs The PACK Project Offers
To support our mission, The Pack Project operates four 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.
Education: We are committed to advancing humane education for youth by delivering presentations, sessions and workshops that focus on dog bite prevention, preparation for having a dog as a pet and compassionate and respectful care and handling of dogs.
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.
Therapy: We are dedicated to improving health and enhancing the quality of life by offering the public greater interactions with dogs. These positive interactions may provide comfort, relieve stress, distract from pain, depression & isolation and produce many smiles! We anticipate the launch of this program by December 2018.
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Donations of goods (accepted Sunday's between 2:30-4pm except long weekends:
1526C McAra Street
1150 Bayda Cres
Regina, SK S4N 6Y8