Who we are…
HIARC (Homeless and Injured Animal Rescue of Canada, Inc.) is a non-profit charitable organization registered in Canada and operating in Manitoba (Charitable registration number: 80572 0794 RR0001). We are dedicated solely to rescuing injured, abused, homeless, senior, surrender and strays animals (primarily dogs and cats), providing medical care and finding them loving homes.


Animal abuse is on the rise and too many animals are found homeless and injured. We believe these animals deserve a second chance and don’t deserve to die.


What you can do…
Please let us know at once if you find an animal in need by calling 204-688-6555. Be a part of our rescue operation, adopt, foster, volunteer, donate, and spread the word. We can’t achieve our goals without the dedication and hard work of good fosters and caring donors.


Any support is valued and appreciated. We are always in need of dog/cat food, bones, treats, toys, kennels, leashes, collars, dog/baby gates, blankets and towels. Please call 204-688-6555 to arrange for pickup of any items you can spare. Monetary donations are integral to continual success of our program. All animals need to be vetted before going to their new home. Often animals require more extensive veterinary care. Please see our Donate page. No amount is too small.


For every animal we rescue, we need a foster home. We require fosters who can provide shelter, love, affection, training, play and make the animal a part of their family. The foster will be required to take pictures and videos and share regular progress reports. HIARC will provide veterinary care, food, accessories and peer support. To become a foster, please fill out the online application and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.


Each animal in our care will be listed on our site with pictures, videos and regular updates until adoption. We will strive to provide as much history of the animal as possible so the potential adoptee can make an informed decision in selecting their new family member. Please call 204-688-6555 to setup an appointment to visit an animal you are interested in.