GoFundMe campaign underway in Wrigley

Photo by Jay Horesay

The Dehcho community of Wrigley is looking to bring a spay and neuter clinic as it’s population of dogs continues to grow.

PKFN SAO Assistant Jocelyn Skeard says she doesn’t think the community has ever had a clinic, and says strays are becoming a bit of an issue.

“The dogs are loose running around, so sometimes they do get into fights. It’s a little bit of an issue,” Skeard told CKLB on Friday.

Skeard said the high cost it takes to send a dog to Yellowknife or elsewhere to be fixed causes many to just ignore the problem instead.

She is hoping to bring the clinic to Wrigley some time around April.

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