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Vet Nurse Volunteer Trips

Calling all veterinary nurses, why not utilise your skills and experience and your passion for travel and consider one of our veterinary nurse volunteering opportunties. 

From Grenada to Thailand, there are many volunteering options available for experienced vet nurses who want to make a difference.

Become a member of WVS and you can take advantage of our bespoke travel insurance package that covers you for all of our trips as well as enjoy the many other benefits of becoming a member. Click here for full details or here to sign up now!

If you work for a vet practice and they have signed up to be a Vet Practice Member of WVS, you and your colleagues could receive a discount on WVS courses! Let your practice know about all the amazing benefits of joining our Vet Practice Membership today! For full information click here or to sign up click here!

Pacific Animal Shelter and Hospital

Vets, Vet Nurses

The Pacific Animal Shelter and Hospital in Fiji are looking for experienced vets and nurses for a minimum of 2 weeks to volunteer in their busy animal hospital working with small animals performing routine surgeries and dealing with emergency cases as well as providing general treatments.

Uganda SPCA Need Vets & Nurses

Vets, Vet Nurses

The Uganda SPCA are looking for vets and nurses to volunteer throughout the year, with a minimum placement period of 2 weeks. The Uganda SPCA clinic is responsible for caring for the shelter’s 250 resident cats and dogs at any one time and they are in need of extra veterinary volunteers to help treating animals at the Kampala shelter, assisting with spay and neuter clinics and participating in community clinics.

Kitwe Animal Welfare Society

Vets, Vet Nurses

Kitwe Animal Welfare Society (KAWS) have been a supported charity of WVS since 2015. With very few veterinarians in the region, they are in desperate need of experienced vets and nurses (must have 3 years + post grad experience) to help in their busy clinic and dog shelter. Their goal is to protect animals against negligence, abuse and exploitation, and to promote responsible pet ownership.

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Volunteers will be participating in sterilisations, other routine surgeries, health care checks, wound managment, vaccinations coupled with educating pet owners on responsible pet care and rabies prevention awareness. KAWS works tirelessly to help frightened, sick, abandoned and injured animals.

Other ways to help

"Animal welfare matters.
Let’s be the difference."

- Luke Gamble, WVS Founder