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HugAbull's reach program

We're here to help

During trying times, sometimes a little help can go a long way. Our Reach program allows us to give back to our community and to help those in need. If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness or financial difficulties and has a pet in need of veterinary attention, food, or supplies, please reach out.

Through our Reach program, we also work with local communities to offer low-cost spay and neuter surgeries for dogs with the long-term goal of reducing pet overpopulation. If you have a dog that is pregnant or has had puppies and you are in need of help, please contact us.

For help with spaying or neutering your pet, please fill out our support request form. Note that in line with our mandate, we prioritize bully breeds for our spay and neuter program. If additional funding is available, we will consider applications from all breeds.

If you need to surrender your dog, please fill out the surrender request form.

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HOW we have HELPED

127 Animals Spayed/Neutered

$12,000+ In Veterinary Assistance

9000 lbs of Dog/Cat Food



Indigenous Reach

We are honoured to have the opportunity to work with residents of our local First Nations communities on animal welfare issues. Since the inception of our Reach program, we have had the opportunity to assist families and their dogs at Sea Bird Island First Nations (Agassiz, BC), Chawathil First Nations (Hope, BC) and Boothroyd First Nations (Fraser Canyon). Highlights of our partnership include:


- Spay and neuter services for dogs

- Assisting community members with re-homing both puppies and adult dogs

- Donation of dog food and supplies (beds, leashes, collars)

- Fence building to provide dogs with a safe outdoor space to enjoy

- Dog house donation to provide outside dogs with a warm place to rest

- Straw donation for outside dog houses in winter to provide extra warmth during cold snaps

We have made incredible connections in the two years since program inception and are constantly looking for ways to increase our impact. If you are a member of a First Nations community or know of someone that needs assistance with their pets, please reach out via email at or use the button below.

a look at some of the animals we have helped since the launch of reach

There is so much work to do in our local communities but we need your support. Please consider making a one time donation or becoming a monthly donor for as little as $10 per month. Every dollar counts when making a difference in the lives of an animal in need.

We would like to thank each and every one of our donors. As a volunteer-run non-profit charity, we rely entirely on the generosity and kindness of our community and we are incredibly grateful for all of the support we receive. Thank you to those who continue to make our dreams a reality as we work tirelessly to improve the lives of as many dogs and pet owners as possible.

Special thank you to Animal Aid Foundation and Athletes For Animals who have awarded us grant funding to use towards our Reach program to spay and neuter even more animals this year!

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