World Vets is currently creating a database of potential disaster relief volunteers that can be deployed in the event of an international disaster. World Vets has trained disaster personnel on call at all times and in many cases we also have the need to recruit volunteers to aid on rescue missions. If you would like to be considered as a volunteer for disaster relief, find out how to do so here
World Vets responded immediately to the dramatic flooding in Bangkok, Thailand by sending seven veterinarians who treated hundreds of animals.
World Vets was the first animal relief organization to have volunteers on the ground in Japan after the Tsunami hit. To date, World Vets has donated over $125,000.00 worth equipment, supplies and pet products to the relief effort in Japan and is continuing to make regular supply donations.
World Vets had a team of veterinarians and technicians on the ground in Haiti within days of the January 12, 2010 earthquake. The team worked with a UN task force to rescue and treat injured animals.