Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation

General Donation

General donations go towards the day-to-day operations of the rescue, including but not limited to: animal medical bills, supplies, building utilities, administrative expenses.

Pawsitive Match is fully volunteer operated, so donations do not go towards employee salaries.


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Medical Donation

Donate towards the medical bills for the animals in our care. 

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Behaviour Training

Pawsitive Match Rescue has dogs come into care that have behaviour issues including fearfulness, aggression, reactivity, resource guarding, separation anxiety, etc. Some of them have never lived in a home or have not had enough exposure or good experiences with other dogs and/or people and they can be unsure how to react. Some dogs are also genetically predisposed to behaviour issues. We work with professional behavioural consultants and vets to set these dogs and their fosters or adopters on the right track for success.

Behavioural training sessions range from $100-150 per session, sometimes dogs with more serious issues will need over 10 training sessions during the course of their time with us. Some dogs also require daily medication for anxiety. Our rescue is committed to pursuing all reasonable avenues to rehabilitate the dogs in our care.

Thank you for helping us help them!

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Spay and Neuter Assistance Program

We work closely with a First Nation community in southern Alberta where we have a spay and neuter assistance program (SNAP). The purpose of the program is:

  • To decrease the animal overpopulation. The dog population in the community is mostly free roaming, so the incidence of unwanted puppies being born is overwhelming.  The best thing we can do to help manage this is to spay and neuter as many animals as we can. 

  • To assist with animals in medical distress to ensure they receive all required medical care.

  • To establish a positive relationship with the partner community so PMRF can assist with animals in need (mostly in the form of surrenders) and to provide education on the importance of spay/neuter and vaccination.

The more donations we receive towards this program, the more animals we can help.

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to eliminate the population of homeless dogs and cats by removing them from unsafe or unwanted environments, placing them into loving homes. We follow a strict spay/neuter program to stop the cycle of unwanted litters. We work with partners to rescue animals locally, across Canada and around the world. 

Our vision is that every dog and cat live in a home where they are loved and cared for with respect.

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