Grant awarded from SPCA International

By |2023-01-19T21:28:48-08:00January 19th, 2023|Upcoming Projects|

We are so excited to announce that our partner SPCA International just awarded us a grant to fully fund our Siem Reap Cambodia Spay and Neuter Campaign.  Visiting Veterinarians International will be bringing 13 volunteers to Cambodia for a community wide spay/neuter vaccination program on street and pagoda dogs and cats.  Thank you for the continued support SPCA International.


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Belize 2022

By |2021-10-31T13:44:10-07:00October 31st, 2021|Upcoming Projects|

We are finally out the door after a 2 year hiatus due to Covid-19.

Visiting Veterinarians International will be traveling with 15 volunteers to Punta Gorda, Belize for a 3 day Spay & Neuter campaign January 22-24, 2020.  Are hopes are to be able to examine, spay, neuter, vaccinate and heatworm test approximately 150 dogs and cats in Punta Gorda with travel to Belmopan, Belize for another 3 days campaign in Belmopan, Belize on January 27-29, 2022.  Where again we hope to treat 150 pets for a total of 300 hundred pets helped in Belize. We will be working with our

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Punta Gorda, Belize Postponed Due to COVID-19

By |2020-10-26T11:54:40-07:00June 27th, 2020|Upcoming Projects|


We will be teaming up with Punta Gorda Humane Society to provide a community wide Spay/neuter campaign as well as health consultations and heart-worm and tick borne disease testing for dogs and cats of Belize. We aim to treat over 200 pets during our 4 days in Punta Gorda. Punta Gorda is a town that has grown close to our hearts and we will visit this town from time to time to help them with their pet care needs.

14 volunteer veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary assistants have been selected for the Punta

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Marshall Islands

By |2019-10-29T12:40:30-07:00January 21st, 2019|Upcoming Projects|

Pet over population is a big problem on the Island of Majuro in Marshall Islands. Unfortunately, the government has turned to a method of clubbing to control the pet population in Marshall Islands. Any animal found to not have a collar or tag will be clubbed to death.

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