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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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The Winnipeg training group is out and about - please note to the Winnipeg / Manitoba group that we now have additional trainers helping out and to go to the closed Facebook page and see for times - pretty much Monday - Saturday.........It is nice to see all the groups mixed, veterans, first responders police and general public. Many veterans are amazed to see the seizure and autism dogs at work.....please enjoy and share....MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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To start off a snowing Monday morning - taking time to get geared up lol...please enjoy and share.....MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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Molly is now taking weekends and days living with her partner Sam...Things are going better than expected for the seziure detection and heart rate monitiring...as well as getting Sam out of the house and in public....great job Sam and Molly ... See MoreSee Less

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Update on Katharina and Kris.....looking good team
Katharina feeds Kris these days. She's super proud of her new chore ❤
(I couldn't get a picture of her actually mixing up his food because she still needs help with the measuring, but she loves mixing the ingredients together thoroughly and I think her pooch appreciates the extra time she takes because he always gobbles it up right away when she serves it to him!)
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Why we love dogs.....best friends and travel buddies..please enjoy and share....MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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RIP Const. Darius Garda. MSAR sends their condolences to the family friends and 51 Division. He lost his battle with the PTSD demons. Thank-you for your service and sacrifice. End of Watch ... See MoreSee Less

We write this note with a very heavy heart, we have lost another Police officer, Toronto Police’s marine unit pulled the body of one of their own from Lake Ontario Thursday morning. At this point, police aren’t commenting on the investigation, but sources say the search started after a man reportedly went into the lake Wednesday evening. Const. Darius Garda, a 51 division crime analyst. “Police sources say Garda had been struggling with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) as a result of a deadly police shooting nearly six years ago. Garda was involved in the chase and eventual shooting death of 50-year-old Wieslaw Duda on April 19, 2010, on Cherry St. — not far from where Garda’s body was found.” Our thoughts and prayers are with the officers family, colleagues, friends and loved ones. They are all dealing with unbelievable sadness and loss in face of this tragedy. We feel for all the Dispatchers who took the desperate calls for help and the Toronto marine unit and First Responders who responded to the scene and are now dealing with great sadness. We are thinking of all the Toronto Officers and Coroners who have the task of ensuring the scene is handled with great care and attention. We can only empathize with the Toronto Officers and Victim Services who had the enormous weight of informing loved ones of this tragedy. We pray you all receive the support and care you need both physically and mentally to heal from this tragedy today and in the days to come. Families of the RCMP for PTSD Awareness www.torontosun.com/2016/02/04/body-of-toronto-cop-pulled-from-lake-ontario

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Cully and his handler Tyson are in WInnipeg for training and to assist other veterans that are receiving dogs...Cully and Tyson are a great team and looking froward to returning out west to transfer what they have learned...please enjoy and share.....MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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And for the grumpy cat posts...please enjoy and share....MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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As per requested from our board of elders....aboriginal teachings......MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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As per request information current events and Isis...please share..MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

What makes someone become an Islamic extremist? Is it poverty? Lack of education? A search for meaning? Haroon Ullah, a senior State Department advisor and a foreign policy professor at Georgetown University, shares what he discovered while living in Pakistan.

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Big shout out to our combat medics, nurses and doctors that we have in our program.....for all your sacrifice....please enjoy and share.....MSAR ... See MoreSee Less

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