The Pack Project Inc. is a unique and innovative non-profit organization based in Regina, Saskatchewan. Our vision is to improve the lives of dogs and people in communities.
CAN YOU FOSTER A HOMELESS DOG?
Fostering is an essential part of our PACK Project and is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have (other than adopting, of course). By temporarily taking a dog into your home, you are giving your foster dog the time he/she needs to be ready for adoption.
To become a foster, complete the application form and the The Pack Project will contact you and arrange a time for a home visit. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
CAN YOU ADOPT AND GIVE A HOMELESS DOG A FUREVER HOME?
There are numerous reasons to adopt a homeless dog. First, you are saving a life. Other reasons: You help break the cycle of pet overpopulation; You help stop cruelty in mass breeding facilities; You get a lifetime of support from our Rescue Team volunteers and adoption alumni. CLICK HERE TO READ THE TOP 10 REASONS TO ADOPT
If you are looking to adopt a furry friend, would like to meet one (or more) of our dogs, please fill in the application form.
GIVE YOUR TIME, BE THE DIFFERENCE, DONATE TODAY!
Volunteers and donations are the keys to success of The Pack Project's outreach program. Operated like a food bank, the purpose of this program is to provide relief and aid to animal welfare and rescue groups through the collection and distribution of supplies and donations. Annually we provide in excess of 25,000 pounds of kibble to cats and dogs in need as well as cat litter, collars, leashes, dog beds, food bowls, treats and medical supplies. We couldn't do it without the generous support of community-minded companies and individuals! Donations can be dropped of between 2:30-4pm Sundays (except holiday weekends) at our location or sign up as a volunteer by clicking here. We accept open bags of cat and dog kibble and treats!
Animal Welfare Outreach: We are passionate about supporting the work of other charities and non-profit groups that focus on animal welfare initiatives. Our goal is to acquire supplies such as donated food, leashes, collars, medical supplies and other necessities for distribution to these groups and to actively fundraise to have money available where needed. We will network, share knowledge and resource and assist with transportation for the benefit of animals in need.
Youth Education: We are committed to advancing the education of youth by providing workshops and seminars in schools related to the proper ownership, handling and care of dogs in addition to a dog bite prevention program.
Therapy Dog Outreach: We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people confined in care facilities, hospitals, group homes and private residences through interaction with registered therapy dogs. This interaction can provide comfort, reduce stress and produce smiles. The dogs and their handlers have been certified by the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program.
Dog Rescue: We are a non-breed specific dog rescue for stray, abandoned, abused and surrendered dogs. We are completely reliant on a network of dedicated volunteer foster homes who provide an environment where the dog can receive food, proper training, veterinary care and love until the right adoptive home is found.
Want to learn more? Visit the The Pack Project website.