Students will work alongside an experienced wil dlife veterinarian and participate in the capture and care of wildlife daily. This is a totally hands-on programme especially for Veterinary students and is very exciting as well as being instructional.
The Blue Moon Animal Centre was started in 2002 by Monique Carrera, a Swiss lady and her Egyptian husband Salah Hassan Gad.M el.Karem. Today they have several volunteers and two Egyptian males working at the Centre plus they have a full time veterinarian, Dr Girgis who works at their Vet Clinic in Hurghada.
The Jivdaya Charitable Trust is a non government organization which is dedicated to helping stray animals and birds, free of charge. The objective of the Trust is to reduce the pain and suffering of all animals who have been injured and help them live a normal life.
Selati Horseback Safaris offers a unique experience! They combine conservation on horseback with a Wildlife Conservation program. The course is designed to give students and in-depth insight to Wildlife Veterinary Medicine through hands on experience.
We are proud and excited to be working with Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre near Hoedspruit in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Started in 1991, Moholoholo is managed by Brian Jones who is passionate about animals and who has been working with them all his life.
Selati is a Game Reserve in the Limpopo province of South Africa near to the Kruger Park and the towns of Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa.
Selati has antelope, giraffe, zebras, wildebeest, rhinoceros and many other game roaming free which can be seen driving...
We are very privileged to work with the Blue Paw Trust (BPT) which was set up in 2003 to provide free or low cost spay/neuter programs and other services based on population control and the eradication of rabies from Sri Lanka.
Dr. Rohan Perera works at his own Veterinary Clinic in Negombo, Sri Lanka, just North West of Colombo. He has done extensive work with the Home and Abroad Animal Welfare Group giving his free time to aid the street animals and the work of the HAAAW team.
Vets and Wildlife takes volunteers to work with animals and wildlife in Africa, India, Sri Lanka, and Egypt. In particular vet students have the chance to practice their skills such as castrations and sterilisations and gain valuable hands on experience.
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