Funding needed to provide care and Shelter for over 500 Dogs Seized
More than 500 dogs and puppies rescued
Vancouver, BC – The Humane Society International/Canada, in partnership with the Government of Quebec and local law enforcement, recued more than 500 dogs and puppies from a large-scale commercial breeding facility in Outaouais, Quebec.
The animals were seized and removed after multiple investigations indicated dogs were not receiving proper care. By far, this was the largest commercial breeding facility, with the most inhumane conditions, that the HSI Animal Rescue Team had ever encountered in Canada. Hundreds of dogs were denied their most basic needs and proper care, and lacked adequate socialization. The seizure followed an inspection by authorities in which numerous infractions where observed in regards to the security and welfare of the animals.
Funding is needed to provide care and shelter for these seized dogs and puppies. To make a donation that will go directly to support shelter operations, or to volunteer, please visit www.hsicanada.ca/savedogs
To express interest in adopting any of these rescued dogs, please contact email@example.com