Updated: 23rd January 2018

If These Dogs In A Remote Part Of The North Don’t Get Help…They May Be Put Down

Way up near the top of the globe lies Iqaluit, the city capital of the Canadian territory of Nunavut. This “city” only has about 7,000 people, however, and the Iqaluit Humane Society has a hard time finding homes for the over 25 dogs that it houses every month. Yet, it still manages to be the only no-kill shelter in the area.

Over the past few years, the rescue center has been receiving help from Canadian North Airlines, who would fly the dogs to the SPCA in Quebec for adoption. This year, however, the airline is stopping the service. Understandably, IHS is worried they might have to start euthanizing some of the dogs.

Watch the video below to learn more:

Time is running out for dogs at Canada’s northernmost shelter

Posted by The Globe and Mail on Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Dogs like Bill need your help.

And Samson!

Toyah was rescued from a remote community called Chesterfield Inlet.

Isn’t Alfie adorable?

If you’d like to help these poor pups, here’s where you can donate.

Many have asked of ways to donate and we appreciate the generosity! One of our former residents is offering up a summary…

Posted by Iqaluit Humane Society 2007 Inc. on Saturday, December 19, 2015

It may not be that chilly of a winter here in the States this year, but the dogs of Iqaluit need help finding warm, loving families. Do what you can to help!

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