Veterinary clinics at Fort Belknap a success

RezQ Dogs, U.S. Army Reserve and Fort Belknap treat hundreds of animals


Last updated 8/29/2023 at 11:44am

Courtesy RezQ Dogs

Two U.S. Army Reservists carry a dog at a veterinary clinic held on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation.

A collaborative series of spay and neuter clinics, vaccinations and wellness exams at the Fort Belknap Indian Community between the U.S. Army Reserve, RezQ Dogs and the tribe wrapped up earlier this month and appears to have been a resounding success.

RezQ Dogs Executive Director Anita Wilke said the U.S. Army Reserve Veterinary Corps performed 270 surgeries over their six clinics along with 252 wellness exams, with equipment and drugs provided by RezQ Dogs.

"I was blown away," she said.

She said considering the number of people there and the fact that all of this was being done in a pla...

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