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Partners

We are grateful for all of the amazing partners and supporters that work with all around the world.

From providing funding which helps us run our projects to the veterinary supplies that allow us to treat the animals in our care, we work with a number of key partners who are an extended part of the WVS movement. We work collaboratively with a number of different organisations and companies that allow us to ensure that animals get the treatment they so desperately need.

Below are some of our key partners who we work with on a regular or occasional basis.

Animal Defence Trust

Established in 1903, the Animal Defence Trust has been working hard for animal welfare for over 100 years. As a supporter of WVS since 2008, they have helped fund hundreds of veterinary aid parcels and many veterinary aid trips.

Centaur Services

Centaur Services is one of the UK's leading veterinary wholesalers providing daily delivery of a range of products required by practices. They are a great supporter of WVS and have been working in partnership with us for over 5 years.

Cotswold Outdoors

Cotswold Outdoor is a retailer of outdoor clothing and equipment and has been a WVS affiliate partner for several years. All new WVS members and volunteers receive a discount to be used in all Cotswold Outdoor retail stores and their online shop.

Dechra Veterinary Products LTD

Dechra Veterinary Products Ltd.  have given WVS support with large donations of veterinary supplies. Dechra's donations are invaluable to our work, our associated charities and the lives of animals they help.

Dogs Trust

Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK and has been working with WVS for several years. As a major partner of both the International Training Centre and Mission Rabies, we are hugely grateful for all of their help and support.

Foundation Brigitte Bardot

WVS and the Fondation Brigitte Bardot have teamed up on many veterinary aid projects over the past few years. They have been a key partner of the ITC in India and have funded veterinary supplies on many WVS projects all around the world.

Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust

The Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust has been supporting WVS since 2007. Since this time, their funding has enabled us to help thousands of animals in hundreds of countries and has been a lifeline to so many charities around the world.

La Fosse

La Fosse is a four star B&B and restaurant based in Cranborne, Dorset. They have been long term supporters of WVS and sponsors of our annual fundraising event, Paws in the Park.

Marchig Animal Welfare Trust

The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust was one of the first organisations to support WVS after the charity was established in 2003. We now have regular Marchig Trust / WVS Veterinary Teams working all over the world and helping to achieve the Trust's key objectives.

Mission Rabies

Mission Rabies

Every year, millions of healthy dogs are inhumanely killed for fear of this deadly disease. However, this doesn't halt the spread of rabies, which causes the deaths of around 59,000 people a year – the majority of which are children under 15. Mission Rabies is going to change that.....Vaccinating dogs against rabies has been proven to stop the spread of the disease to people and saves the lives of humans and dogs.

Originally a WVS project, Mission Rabies is now a dedicated charity in it's own right and their aim is to eliminate rabies from the world by 2030, by vaccinating 70% of the dog population in global rabies hotspots.
 

The Webinar Vet

The Webinar Vet

The Webinar Vet provides veterinary CPD for vets that can be undertaken by a virtual webinar.

WTG - in association with WVS support the Donkey Appeal

WTG

WTG is an animal welfare charity with an international focus, based in Berlin, Germany. WTG and WVS are working in close collaboration on the working donkeys project in India, providing free health checks and animal welfare education. 
 

 

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

- Luke Gamble, WVS Founder