Animals Safely Sterilized by ViDAS

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If you are an animal lover, environmentalist or would just like to get involved, there are many ways you can do so. Send us a dontation, medical supplies or become a ViDAS volunteer to gain enriching experience working as a team & improving the lives of pets and pet owners!

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Committed to the Community

We work together with the local community to make a difference that affects not only the animals, but the people. VIDAS has long term goals of traveling throughout Latin America and other countries throughout the world in an effort to educate about and prevent pet overpopulation.

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Dedicated to Animal Welfare

ViDAS is a non-profit organization made up of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary students and other animal lovers dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people through veterinary medicine and education.

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Spayathon for Puerto Rico

We are just about three weeks out from Round 2 for the Spayathon for Puerto Rico! Below you will find a video outlining some details for the upcoming clinic!

Amigos en Puerto Rico!Video promocional sobre las clinicas gratuitas de esterilización para Noviembre del 2018 a traves del Spayathon4PR!#Spayathon4PR

Posted by Jiancarlo Ulloa on Monday, October 8, 2018

 

Watch below for a video from our first round of the Spayathon for Puerto Rico!

Dogs and Cats in Puerto Rico Get a Second Chance After Hurricane Maria

The people of Puerto Rico have suffered an unimaginable loss after Hurricane Maria devastated their island in 2017. But thanks to generous supporters like you and the help of 23 other organizations, this is what a group of people with a mission were able to do…

Posted by The Humane Society of the United States on Wednesday, August 8, 2018

 

A coalition of 24 organizations. Organized and led by the Humane Society of the United States. We, as a collective group, are aiming to safely spay and neuter over 20,000 dogs and cats through four separate, high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinics over the next 12 months.

Round 1 – June 3-9, 2018 (5,608 animals safely spayed/neutered and vaccinated)

Round 2 – November 3-9, 2018 (8,102 animals safely spayed/neutered and vaccinated)

Round 3 – February 3-9, 2019

Round 4 – May 3-9, 2019

In addition to sterilization of individual animals, the goal of the Spayathon initiative is to simultaneously provide high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter training for the veterinarians of Puerto Rico. Following the conclusion of the fourth and final clinic, the Humane Society of the United States will be donating all of the equipment used during the initiative to the local veterinary workforce. By providing comprehensive training, along with donation of high quality surgical and anesthetic equipment used during the clinics, we hope to promote a sustainable effort for continued animal welfare in Puerto Rico.

ViDAS could not be more proud to be a part of this phenomenal coalition in order to provide high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter for the dogs and cats of Puerto Rico. Our group will be located in Arecibo, Puerto Rico for the upcoming November round of the Spayathon. ViDAS has set a difficult, but achievable goal of safely performing over 10,000 spays/neuters on dogs and cats over the course of the four clinics. UPDATE: 2,105 cats and dogs safely spayed/neutered in June by ViDAS with a total of 5,608 total between all organizations involved.

Please visit our “Get Involved” page to see how you can get involved and become a part of this amazing coalition.

#Spayathon4PR

UPDATE: We are just over 10 weeks out from the third round of the #Spayathon4PR  Our location for Round 3 is still to be determined! Check back for updates! 

Veterinarios Internacionales Dedicados a Animales Saños
International Veterinarians Dedicated to Animal Health

VIDAS is a group comprised of veterinarians, veterinary students, technicians, and animal–loving volunteers. Our mission is to provide safe and free veterinary sterilization to dogs and cats in areas of need in an effort to fight pet overpopulation. We strive to work together with the local community to provide education to the people and aid to local veterinary groups to invoke positive and sustainable change.

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