Professional Volunteering Opportunities in Veterinary Medicine
You can take part in volunteer veterinary medicine opportunities in the developing world with Projects Abroad PRO. These projects are ideal for recent graduates, qualified vets wanting a career break and retirees.
We work with local partners, including veterinary clinics and animal care centres. Examples of such projects include volunteering as vet in Samoa.
The treatment of and attitudes towards domestic animals across the world varies enormously, and you may find you experience some shocking cases. However, you will also be involved in improving the situation for animals like stray dogs, for example, by helping with education and awareness campaigns.
As part of every project you will be working alongside local professionals and will be expected to share your own knowledge and experience.
Upon application Projects Abroad PRO will take into account your current skills and training. This enables us to place each volunteer at an institution where your help and expertise will be most beneficial.
Please find below a list of all the available Projects Abroad PRO Veterinary Medicine projects.
Projects for Professionals Veterinary Medicine Projects in:
As a professional vet you will work alongside local staff in a veterinary clinic in the city of Guadalajara. You will handle mostly domestic pets like cats and dogs. You will work with the animals and their owners, and help with treatments like vaccinations. As a professional vet you will work alongside local staff in a veterinary clinic in the city of Guadalajara. You will handle mostly domestic pets like cats and dogs. You will work with the animals and their owners, and help with treatments like vaccinations.
Volunteers on this project work at a rescue centre, alongside a qualified vet. With your experience and skills you will be involved in doing regular checks on the animals, help stabilise and treat any new animals, and more.
Help to provide medical treatment to domestic animals in Samoa by volunteering at an animal welfare organisation that focuses mainly on caring for cats animal population.