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MSAR is an organization that was started by the First Nations to serve the following needs:

  1. MSAR Working Dogs for local, national and international service
  2. MSAR Elite Service Dogs
  3. MSAR Therapy Dogs
  4. MSAR Dog Training

 

MSAR :

Is an independent Non-Government Organization (NGO)

Has a main office in Winnipeg and Red Sucker First Nation

Is the only agency directed by aboriginal elders, advisors and First Nation leadership

Partners with like minded agencies to deliver and operate program and services

 

 

 

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Elijah Harper Service Dog Award - 2016

MSAR proudly announces the Elijah Harper Service Dog Award. In memory of one of the builders, mentors and leaders of MSAR – a deserving member of the public will receive a FREE service dog and FREE on-going support and training. Read More...

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Win a trip to Hawaii - PTSD Healthy Lifestyle Contest

As many of our veterans / first responders and supporters know that MSAR and the First Nations were the FIRST to establish and operate a Service dog program to assist with PTSD and other disabilities. 

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In Memory...

Please find listed the following dogs that have served and worked with MSAR in our K-9 programs.  They are gone but not forgotten....

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From the....service / working dogs cuddling file.....here are some of our dogs resting with their friends after training...please enjoy and share..... ... See MoreSee Less

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For the love of dogs.......Molly enjoying summer with her partner Sam....please enjoy and share.....MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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RIP U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Adam Leigh Cann, age 23, died in a suicide bombing attack in Afghanistan. He used his body as a shield to protect two fellow Marines and his military working dog, Bruno; all survived except Sgt. Cann
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Sgt. Cann received the Bronze Star for Valor; he was the first military K-9 handler to die in combat since the Vietnam War

Thank-you for your service and sacrifice...the bond with MWD Bruno is obvious...
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In 2006, U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Adam Leigh Cann, age 23, died in a suicide bombing attack in Afghanistan. He used his body as a shield to protect two fellow Marines and his military working dog, Bruno; all survived except Sgt. Cann - Sgt. Cann received the Bronze Star for Valor; he was the first military K-9 handler to die in combat since the Vietnam War - Bruno remained on active duty after recovering from the attack, and passed in 2011. I like to think Sgt. Cann was waiting for him.

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...wait for it. Here's what happens when you bring a wild cat home. Their reaction is priceless.

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Good information...with all the storms at this time of the year... ... See MoreSee Less

Please keep your pets inside and contained. After the storm has passed please check your yard for any debris or gates being blown open. This ALERT applies for both Halifax County and Lunenburg County. weather.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?ns1#2152163621912854937201607230506ww1171cwhx

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