Find out what we are up to​!​ Check out our upcoming events below to see where we will be next and how you can help!

Spayathon Round 3

02/01/2019 - 02/11/2019
All Day

Spayathon Round 3
Arecibo
Arecibo,
Puerto Rico

ViDAS is participating in the great “Spayathon” for Puerto Rico! This collaborative effort is organized by the Humane Society of the United States. ViDAS is one of 24 organizations coming together all for the dogs and cats of Puerto Rico. ViDAS will be located in Arecibo, Puerto Rico for Round 2 of this wonderful initiative. This will be our 36th clinic. We couldn’t be more excited for this opportunity to help a community recently ravaged by a devastating hurricane, which left thousands of animal homeless. We will be traveling down to Puerto Rico with our team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians to provide safe sterilization for dogs and cats. We will also provide rabies and leptospirosis vaccinations for the pets that we sterilize.  The presence of rabies on the island makes the issue of pet overpopulation a serious threat to human health. If you are interested in getting involved please visit our “Get Involved” page to get more information on ways you may be able to help!

Spayathon Round 4

05/01/2019 - 05/11/2019
All Day

Spayathon Round 4
Arecibo
Arecibo,
Puerto Rico

ViDAS is participating in the great “Spayathon” for Puerto Rico! This collaborative effort is organized by the Humane Society of the United States. ViDAS is one of 24 organizations coming together all for the dogs and cats of Puerto Rico. ViDAS will be located in Arecibo, Puerto Rico for Round 2 of this wonderful initiative. This will be our 37th clinic. We couldn’t be more excited for this opportunity to help a community recently ravaged by a devastating hurricane, which left thousands of animal homeless. We will be traveling down to Puerto Rico with our team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians to provide safe sterilization for dogs and cats. We will also provide rabies and leptospirosis vaccinations for the pets that we sterilize.  The presence of rabies on the island makes the issue of pet overpopulation a serious threat to human health. If you are interested in getting involved please visit our “Get Involved” page to get more information on ways you may be able to help!