The Task Force is hiring compassionate and dedicated

Registered Veterinary Technnologists

OFF- SITE MEDICAL MANAGER: The Off-Site Medical Manager plays a vital role by driving the DVM and RVT volunteer management program, ordering medications and supplies, obtaining donated or discounted medications or disposables, recognizing donors, creating, managing and updating documents relating to volunteer roles and clinic protocols, and providing ongoing support to DVM and RVT volunteers.

ON-SITE MEDICAL MANAGER: The On-Site Medical Manager ensures that ASNTF high volume clinics meet and exceed ABVMA standards for a “Temporary Veterinary Facility” and that patients are provided with exceptional care under busy conditions while managing RVT’s, DVM’s and lay medical volunteers with diverse backgrounds This position will be posted for each clinic.

Applications will be accepted until March 28th.

For more information and a more detailed role description, please email our Executive Director, R.J Bailot at

The Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force (ASNTF) is a registered charity that provides proactive, community based pet wellness clinics  for communities that are experiencing pet overpopulation issues in order to assist with their approach to improve the health and well being of the dogs and cats in the community and to reduce human health issues that have resulted from pet overpopulation. Many communities do not have the resources that we have in our cities to assist with the care of their animals.  The problem of pet overpopulation exists all over the world!


Tentative 2017 Clinic Dates

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April 7 – 9 • May 12 – 14 • June 10 – 16 (Fort McMurray Area) • July 7 – 9 • July 28 – 30 • August 18 – 20 • September 8 – 10 • September 29 – October 1

Locations to be announced as final details are confirmed.

The numbers are in! Here are our stats for 2016:

626 Dog Spays • 765 Dog Neuters  • 408 Cat Spays • 307 Cat  Neuters

Total Animals fixed, vaccinated, treated for parasites and tattooed: 2,106

485 Relinquished or Stray Dogs • 320 Relinquished or Stray Cats

Total animals placed with our partner rescue groups to be re homed: 805

In total, 2,911 animals were cared for by our incredible veterinarians, vet tech’s and remarkable volunteers!!

Thank you so much to the following communities  for your support:

Bigstone Cree Nation and the M.D. of Opportunity • Kehewin Cree Nation • Maskwacis • Paul Band First Nation • Saddle Lake First Nation • Stoney Nakoda Nation  • Tsuut’ina Nation  • Whitefish Lake First Nation

We are so grateful to PetSmart Charities Canada for the grants they have provided.



We are also grateful for the funding provided by the Donner Canadian Foundation and Eden Conservation Trust for the grants that will go towards our programs.

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ASNTF_donateWe are guided by the communities we work with and provide accessible veterinary care and outreach programs to them. We believe that, together, we can create a better future for all. In every community, all over the world, people are trying to manage their dog and cat  populations in order to provide safer communities and improve the quality of life of these companion animals.


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