This small animal clinic & sanctuary strives to mitigate animal suffering with an ongoing spay/neuter campaign, street dog rescue & rehabilitation project, and community education for the humane treatment of all animals.
This internship was specifically designed to provide clinical experience to final year vet students. The knowledge and practical skills gained through lectures and casework will support the transition from student to qualified professional in small animal, farm animal, equine and wildlife medicine.
Volunteers help to control the overpopulation of dogs and cats in Panama by actively participating in an intensive sterilization program and community education.
This program aims to create sustainable animal welfare in Cambodia by tackling overpopulation (spays & neuters), teaching local communities and schools about animal welfare (education), and improving the quality of veterinary care (training).
Students in their final year of vet school help manage the stray dog and cat population in Phuket and the surrounding islands by providing free sterilizations, vaccinations, treatments, and education about effective animal management and welfare. The vet staff at this clinic has received international training and support from the WSPA and the RSPCA.
This program involves 2 weeks of small and large animal experience at the Lilongwe SPCA and 1 week of helping the small farming community of Monkey Bay. Build your clinical confidence at the LSPCA and then put it into practice in a community with no access to veterinary care.
This mixed practice clinic provides rescue, rehabilitation, shelter, adoption, foster care, and community education services to the island of Zanzibar.