Projects & Programs
SpayAK: A KPAL Rescue Project.
This project is dedicated to reducing the number of unwanted litters and the overpopulation of dogs in Alaskan villages, that do not have access to necessary veterinary care, by transporting, fostering, sterilizing, and returning pets and rescuing strays in remote Alaskan communities. Dependent on weather and foster availability, we will pick up one dog to be spayed/neutered per week during the summer from May 1st to September 30th.
We will also be accepting surrendered puppies from unplanned/unwanted weaned litters from these villages. KPAL Rescue will get them vaccinated, micro-chipped and spayed/neutered, then place them in safe, loving homes that have been completely screened and background checked.
This mission won’t be possible without the support of our community!
If you’re interested in becoming a short-term foster (10-12 days) for the dogs that are flown in for this mission, please visit https://kpalrescue.org/foster-volunteer/. We provide the dog’s food and supplies, you provide the love and safety until they are flown back to their families!
If your heart feels led to donate towards this cause, please feel free to donate!”
SPAY IT FORWARD!
We often get questions from those who have had an “oops” litter of puppies. Typically these inquiries can’t afford to get all the pups the veterinary care they need yet want to get them into safe & loving homes and to get the mother dog spayed to avoid any more unwanted litters in the future. We have a “Spay it Forward” program that helps us to do just that.