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Service Description

Provides free care for pets owned by the victims of interpersonal violence.  Pets will be cared for in foster homes for up to 90 days. 

  • All necessary food and pet care supplies (e.g. bowls, leashes) are provided.
  • Veterinary care is available. 
  • Program has been developed to protect the safety and confidentiality of both the victims and their pets.
  • Pets will be dropped off and retreived from a safe, confidential location.
  • For safety reasons, pet owners should not be present during the drop-off/pick-up process.
  • For the protection of the pet owner, animals and volunteers, owners are not allowed to visit their pets while in the safekeeping program.  Updates and/or photos of the dog can be provided, upon request.


Victims of domestic violence who need to escape their abusive situation and have no other place for their pets.

Application Process

Referrals from a human service professional are required to access this program. Visit website for details on how to make a referral to the program.

Business Line: 306-270-5944

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Languages Offered


New Hope Dog Rescue


Saskatoon SK  S7H 0W2

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Organization is foster-based. There is no facility for service.

Mailing Address

8B-3110 8th Street East
Suite 530
Saskatoon SK  S7H 0W2

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Not applicable - no public physical address for program/service

Business Line: 306-270-5944

Executive Director



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