VETS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED TO WORK IN ARC (ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE), GOA IN 2020. More information.
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. Subsequent to the Tsunami of December 2004 the fear of rabies outbreaks spread throughout the affected coastal areas and BPT – in collaboration with WSPA – operated two mobile veterinary clinics to sterilize and vaccinate dogs in these regions. More information
Students will work alongside an experienced wildlife veterinarian and participate in the capture and care of wildlife daily. This is a totally hands-on program especially for Veterinary students and is very exciting as well as being instructional. More information
The Animal Rescue Centre (A.R.C) is in Goa, India. It was started by Janie, a UK lady in 2006 when she went on holiday and saw the plight of the street animals. CLINICAL veterinary students can do the STERILISATION (SPAY/NEUTER) project and work alongside an English speaking vet. PRE-CLINICAL: Anyone can come and volunteer to help with the street animals but pre-clinical veterinary students are particularly welcome to assist with the day to day emergencies, treatments, feeding, cleaning and just giving the animals some love! More information
(3rd, 4th, 5th year students)
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. The hospital is situated inside the Ahmedabad Panjrapole Campus, Ambawadi, in the town of Ahmedabad and was set up in August 2007. Over 55000 animals are treated each year. More information
Selati is in the Limpopo province of South Africa near the Kruger Park and the towns of Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa. Students will work alongside various wild life veterinarians and participate in the capture and care of wildlife. This is a hands-on programme for Veterinary students and is very exciting as well as being instructional. Included in this project is a horse safari and camping trip on a weekend for those who want to participate. More information