Hundreds of Animals Helped: Cambodia Field Service Project

World Vets recently had a team in Cambodia where we provided a free high volume spay/neuter and animal health campaign in Siem Reap. Many thanks are due to the members of our veterinary team as well as the local support and volunteers who made this campaign possible. Hundreds of animals were aided and can now live a better, healthier life as a result of your efforts!

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“Advanced” IVM Experience: Veterinary Student Opportunity

From February 25 – March 4, 2017 World Vets will be offering an “Advanced” IVM program session specifically for veterinary students. This session will be offered to veterinary students who have participated on a past IVM program session and/or senior veterinary students with significant surgical exposure.

The overall experience will be similar to a standard International Veterinary Medicine (IVM) Program but with more autonomy for individual students. This particular session will emphasize spay/neuter surgeries where veterinary students can expect to receive roughly 15 surgeries where they will act as a primary surgeon while having experienced DVMs available for consultation and guidance.

As part of this program we offer a high-quality, low-stress, hands on experience. The teaching facility is also equipped with up to date medical, surgical, anesthetic and monitoring equipment.

Registration is now open! Find out more and sign up

Successful Pilot Project Operated in St.Vincent & the Grenadines

A World Vets team has recently returned from St.Vincent & the Grenadines, a southern Caribbean nation. Together with local partners, including support from island government ministries and local volunteers, a very successful small animal pilot project* was executed.  We are happy to report that our free services benefited many disadvantaged areas of St.Vincent and resulted in close to 200 sterilizations being performed!

We would like to thank our dedicated volunteers, the Vincentian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (VSPCA) and all those involved on the ground for making this a remarkable effort. We’d also like to give special thanks to Fondation Brigitte Bardot for their support of this initial project.

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*A pilot project is a location where World Vets has previously never worked and/or sent an official team.

Double your impact this #GivingTuesday

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Today is #Giving Tuesday, a ONE day global philanthropic effort that provides you the opportunity to give back & inspires people to take collaborative action to help create a better world.

We are thrilled to share that for the second year in a row, we have received a matching donation challenge from the Maria Norbury Foundation! That means that EVERY dollar you donate up to $15,000 starting today will be matched.

Join the effort through your tax-deductible gift to to World Vets this #Giving Tuesday! It’s easy. Click “donate” below!

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World Vets is a registered 501c(3) Non Government Organization.

How will you Travel for Good? Volunteer with World Vets!

In January we reported that World Vets was a beneficiary of Travelocity’s “Travel for Good” contest. Not only did World Vets receive a monetary donation, but contest winner Courtney Vaudreuil, and friend Carole Angelo, got the opportunity to travel to Nicaragua to take part in a World Vets small animal project. We’d like to thank Travelocity once again for visiting and supporting our program in Nicaragua and for sharing Courtney’s volunteer story!

We are lucky to have such amazing volunteers who come together to help animals in need. How will you travel for good? Start your journey with World Vets!

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