The Nash project began in 2009 rescuing dogs and training them for public service and currently is rescuing and training dogs for individual Services.
This video features one of Angels of Hope Animal Rescue Inc. dogs, Pupup now named Sally . Pupup came from the Gambler Reserve, Mb. taken in as a stray from Round Lake, Sk. by a kind young lady, who then asked for our help. Pupup and her pups came into foster care and their journey to a wonderful life began. The NASH PROJECT based in Alberta took Pupup and 3 other pups in our care, Ginny, George and Bear. Pupup has gone into training as a PTSD dog and George is going to be trained in search and rescue. The other 2 pups have been adopted. We would like to thank Pupup’s foster mom Kendra and her family for working with the dogs and starting them on their way. Pupup came to us very timid & quite afraid of men & to see her shine like this is amazing – it is stories like this that make animal rescuers very proud & keep us going forward.