veterinary care

World Vets Team Returns from Belize!

Team Placencia 2 editWe 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

WATCH Veterinarian Civil Action Program, Indonesia

World Vets team leader, Dr. Helle Hydeskov, on board the USNS MERCY, talks about the veterinarian civil action program that World Vets has been involved in as part of the 2012 Pacific Partnership mission in Indonesia. Dr. Hydeskov was also part of World Vets team on board a similar civil- military mission, Continuing Promise, which provided aid to the Caribbean and Latin America.

WATCH Pacific Partnership 2012 Veterinarian Civil Action Program, Indonesia

Pacific Partnership is a dedicated humanitarian and civic assistance mission conducted with and through partner nations, non-governmental organizations and other U.S. government agencies.

Operating Rural Veterinary Campaigns in Nicaragua

World Vets has a team in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua this week. They are operating various veterinary campaigns. These campaigns are meant to address and target the disadvantaged animals residing in the rural outlying communities.

So far this week, our team has executed a door to door service providing de-worming and parasite treatments along with health consultations for campesino dogs. They are also operating a field condition spay/neuter clinic that is accessible to our target communities. And finally, they are getting down and dirty providing veterinary treatments to livestock and horses.

All World Vets services are provided at no cost.

 

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