northern dogs project – factsheet
IFAW began working with First Nations communities in Canada in 2001 after being invited by the communities who sought help in solving their dog problems. Rooted in building partnerships with communities in need, the Northern Dogs Project uses multiple tools and approaches to provide resources and support to owners so they can better care for their dogs.
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IFAW has chosen to be a non-profit organization instead of a Canadian registered charity so that we can engage in political activity to protect animals. As a Canadian non-profit organization, IFAW is not permitted to issue charitable tax receipts.
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