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American Dog Rescue Joins Efforts to Control Population Numbers, Assist Dogs in Need on Anishnabe Indian Reservation

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December 12, 2011

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American Dog Rescue Joins Efforts to Control Population Numbers, Assist Dogs in Need on Anishnabe Indian Reservation

American Dog Rescue has joined Ady Gil's global effort to help animals by supporting Animal Rescue Corp's "Operation Anishnabe Dogs." This operation has already established the first protocol ever for dog rescue, spay and neuter programs and animal number control on all Indian nation reservations worldwide, and will contribute to the rescue of more than 200 animals on the Anishnabe Indian Reservation in Lac Simon, Quebec, Canada.

For additional information about this wonderful cause – and how you can do your part to support it – please see the video above.

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