Latest News from Visiting Veterinarians International
Belize: We finally made it out the door after a 2 year hiatus due to Covid-19. Visiting Veterinarians International traveled with 11 volunteers to Punta Gorda, Belize for a 3 day Spay & Neuter campaign January 22-24, 2020. We were able to examine, spay, neuter, and vaccinate 164 dogs and cats in Punta Gorda. We then traveled to Belmopan, Belize for another 3 day campaign on January 27-29, 2022, where we treated 145 pets for a total of 309 pets helped in Belize. We were able to provide free blood testing for Heartworm, Ehrlichia, Anaplasmosis and Lyme disease to over 200 dogs. We are grateful to our sponsor Dr. Floyd Bennet of Lakeview Animal clinic and Healthy Pet’s Veterinary Clinic and Belmopan Humane Society and Punta Gorda Humane Society. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for pictures from of our campaign.
Nadi, Fiji: We will be teaming up with PASH (Pacific Animal Shelter & Hospital) to provide a community wide spay/neuter/vaccination/blood testing campaign to the remote islands around and on Nadi, Fiji. Dates to be determined, estimating August 2022. Please stay tuned for our updated progress and more details as this campaign evolves. Please check out https://pashfiji.com/
Siem Reap, Cambodia: We will be teaming up with Paw Patrol Cambodia to provide a community wide spay/neuter/vaccination/blood testing campaign to the street dogs and those taken in by the monasteries. Dates to be determined, estimating February 2023. Please stay tuned for our updated progress and more details as this campaign evolves. Please check out https://www.facebook.com/pawpatrolcambodia
Northern Manitoba Canada: We will be teaming up with Save a Dog Network and SPCA International to provide ongoing remote spay/neuter and vaccination clinics to First Nation communities in Northern Manitoba, Canada. Dates to be determined, estimating August 2023. Please stay tuned for our updated progress and more details as this campaign evolves. Please check out https://www.facebook.com/SaveADogNetworkCanada/ and https://www.facebook.com/spcai/
We will be teaming up with Clean Futures Fund Dogs of Chernobyl and SPCA International to provide a trap/neuter/vaccinate/release program for the stray and feral cats of Slavutych, Ukraine. Slavutych is the town that was built for the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant workers once their town of Pripyat was deemed inhabitable due to radiation contamination. Dates to be determined 2023.
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Trap, neuter and release is one method to help control the population.
400 + dogs and cats spayed, neutered and vaccinated in 4 days.
A team of veterinarians, veterinary technicians and assistants working together to achieve their goal.