Thank you for bringing your family member to our Program for a Spay or Neuter.
NNVP and Puppy Operation Rescue has:
Moved over 800 healthy, unwanted dogs and cats into No-Kill Shelters each year
Spayed and Neutered over 800 dogs and cats annually
Human Dog Bite Cases occur daily all over the Navajo Nation due to dog dumping, uncontrolled pet population and roaming.
Human Dog Pack Maulings/Attacks do occur on Navajo Nation and some humans lose their lives.
Livestock Attacks do occur on a weekly basis all over Navajo Nation causing economic and mental hardships.
It truly breaks all of our hearts when we hear of such occurrences on the Navajo Nation. Imagine taking a walk or exercising and coming on a pack of dogs. Imagine this being a child, a grandmother, a grandfather. Our hearts and prayers goes out to the victims and families that are living with these traumas.
The dog packs that form is not fault of dogs but people whom dump dogs, allow intact (not spayed or neutered) dogs to roam and think there is no harm in these practices. Change can happen. But we must make the change within our Nation and our Dineh People. Please DO NOT DUMP PUPPIES/DOGS-these dogs roam trying to find new homes and may turn into packs and hurt or possibly KILL SOMEONE just going out for a walk.
We know and appreciate you being responsible pet owner, taking time to wait in line for appointment, come back and wait again for surgery.
Navajo Nation Puppy Operation Rescue takes in healthy, unwanted dogs and cats across the Navajo Nation. This process is called Surrenders
occur on certain days
we move animals into No-Kill Shelters
we can help assist for Spaying of “Momma Dog”
IF you can help with fostering for 2 weeks that helps tremendously