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Re-posted! Volunteer Opportunity to Nicaragua (August 2013)

SJDS scenic 2Join our veterinary team going to Nicaragua this summer! We have just re-posted our August 3 – 10, 2013 project scheduled for San Juan del Sur; a charming little beach town located on the Pacific coast right by the Costa Rican border. Aside from veterinary work, there are many things to see and do during leisure time such as surfing, zip lining, nature trails and wildlife watcMay34hing as well as rappelling and fishing.

Veterinary work will consist of a large scale field condition clinic where free spay/neuter services, preventative health treatments along with health consultations will be provided to small animals. We also anticipate many diverse cases as we will be working in the rural community and treat animals that do not have access to regular veterinary care. For those interested, there also exists the possibility of treating more than just dogs and cats. Read more here

 

World Vets in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

DSCN2227With support from Fondation Brigitte Bardot, World Vets has been able to provide free spay/neuter services in the town of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua for the past 3 years. During the month of March 2013 we are providing such free services for community owned animals. Enjoy our photo album on Facebook – more pictures to be posted soon!

We have 1 volunteer position left on our small animal project to San Juan del Sur in July 2013: check it out and join our team!

World Vets launches NEW GIFT SHOP

By choosing a gift for a friend, family member or loved one from the newly launched World Vets GIFT SHOP, you are making an impact that transforms the lives of many animals and pet owners worldwide.  Not only does your gift provide veterinary funding in under-developed countries around the world, but it also helps to provide training, instruction in proper animal handling and care, and relief for animals during natural disasters.  Your gift enables our volunteers to invest their time and skills where it is needed the most, and relationships are built that lead to long term partnerships and provision of veterinary aid.

You can also preview some new merchandise that will be available very soon.  Check it out and give the gift that keeps on giving.

 

Disaster Response Support for World Vets

The Fondation Brigitte Bardot supports World Vets international disaster response program.  In 2011, with the support of Fondation Brigitte Bardot, World Vets acted quickly to help animals impacted by major disasters including the Thailand flood and Japan Earthquake/Tsunami.  Support in 2012 will increase our readiness and capacity to rescue and treat animals caught in disaster situations.  We are very thankful for this support that will help animals in dire situations.

 

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