WVS (Worldwide Veterinary Service) helps animals in places where no one else will.

When animals have no one on their side - WVS is on the front line of animal welfare. 

From disaster emergency response, international veterinary training to community education programmes, we send teams, equipment and medicine to help animals who have no one else.

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At the frontline of animal welfare

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Veterinary Projects Worldwide

The health and livelihoods of people in developing countries are inextricably linked to animal health and disease control.

We run long-term projects worldwide, which aim to improve the welfare of animals as well as the lives of the people who depend upon them.

Our Projects

War zones, refugee camps, floods and earthquakes - our WVS emergency response teams have helped save lives in some of the most desperate and demanding situations around the world. 

Working in conjunction with humanitarian aid agencies, we have supported programmes to help alleviate human suffering through animal welfare when people might depend on livestock as their only source of income or food. During mass evacuations when dogs and cats have been dumped at over-crowded shelters - our teams have gone in to help treat and support any remaining veterinary infrastructure on the front line of desperate situations.

Emergency Response

Our International Training Centres provide world-class training to local vets and charity workers in developing countries.

Based in India and Thailand, our two permenant training centres run courses throughout the year for vets and vet students of any nationality.

Every animal matters - and training vets to give the best care gives our projects crucial ongoing sustainability.

International Training Centres

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

- Luke Gamble, WVS Founder