We have just had a team return from a successful pilot project executed in Placencia, Belize. Not only was this the first veterinary team we’ve sent to this area it was also the first direct veterinary service campaign for the community they served. As such our team was able to help many animals in need performing free sterilization surgeries as well as health consultations and treatments. We’d like to thank our local partners as well as World Vets volunteers for an outstanding effort. See pictures
We look forward to this new venture and are proud to be partnering with an organization that guarantees high quality and safe products for pets.
World Vets would like to THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ON GIVING HEARTS DAY. We raised over $8,000 in 24 hrs to help provide aid to animals who would otherwise have no care! We will have results soon on if we received donations from the most U.S. states, which would provide us with an additional $500 in funds. Your gift is already at work making a difference. We are grateful to have such compassionate and caring supporters. Thank you! Love, the World Vets Team.
If you did not make it in time to donate on GHD and want to make a contribution, you may still donate to our general donation page here!
Have you volunteered on a World Vets field service project or taken part on our International Veterinary Medicine (IVM) Program? If this experience positively impacted your life or simply inspired you, we encourage you to consider becoming a World Vets Student Ambassador.
Represent World Vets and promote our volunteer opportunities at your school and amongst your peers. Inquire about student ambassador positions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATTENTION prospective volunteers! We are currently recruiting veterinarians and a licensed technician on an upcoming spay/neuter project in the Caribbean! Join our team to make a difference for animals in the Dominican Republic and have free time to enjoy the island too! This project is scheduled to run May 20 – 27, 2014. See more details here
World Vets has been working in the Dominican Republic since 2011 to tackle such issues as pet overpopulation. Our efforts have consisted of providing assistance through spay/neuter training, large scale sterilization campaigns as well as product donations. As a result of these efforts hundreds of animals have received free spay/neuter surgeries as well as quality veterinary care. All of which has contributed to the overall improvement of animal health and responsible pet ownership in the area.