Custom | Corporate Veterinary Trips with World Vets
Lakefield veterinary group volunteers, World Vets 2017
World Vets has partnered with Lakefield Veterinary Group to provide their team members with an international experience which allows them to give back and help animals in need. What's more, this opportunity not only helps to foster their corporate culture of "do the right thing", it also gives employees the chance to meet and work with other members of the Lakefield "family".
Video Credit: Lakefield Veterinary Group // Filmmaker Matt Charland
If you are looking for a similar opportunity where your staff, colleagues and/or team members can give back, learn more
Working Horses Benefit from World Vets Equine Welfare Project
Equine welfare project, Nicaragua 2018
With the support of Fondation Brigitte Bardot, World Vets equine welfare project has benefited thousands of horses since its inception. This month we continued our equine clinics. We had a team hard at work providing free veterinary services for the working horses in Nicaragua. If you'd like to support these efforts, make a direct contribution for horse health and wellbeing
A donation to World Vets keeps our veterinary and training programs running. It also makes a difference in the lives of all the animals impacted by our aid provided worldwide each year. With your support we can continue to help these animals in need.
World Vets is a registered 501c3. All donations to World Vets are tax deductible.
To improve the health and well being of animals by providing
veterinary aid, training and disaster relief worldwide
To create a world where all animals have access to skilled
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World Vets is excited to announce the 2018 MD Koenig Veterinary Technology World Vets Scholarship! Veterinary technicians are essential team members in all aspects of veterinary medicine. This scholarship will recognize one outstanding individual by honoring them with a 1 week paid project fee for the World Vets
International Veterinary Medicine Training Program (IVM) in Nicaragua.