January 20, 2012
I had the pleasure of working with World Vets at their new training center in Granada, Nicaragua. The training center is a teaching hospital where veterinary students from Nicaragua and abroad can learn and practice spay/neuter techniques. I was very impressed by the quality of the facility and the equipment. They provide the best patient care with no cost to the owner. World Vets makes a huge impact on the community through spay/neuter, vaccination and education about proper animal care. I also think that World Vets does an amazing job of taking care of their volunteers. A lot of programs forget the role of volunteer in making a non profit successful. World Vets makes you feel included and part of a team no matter your skill level. I would recommend this organization to anyone!
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MY ROLE:Volunteer & I did intake for the spay/neuter clinic.