With RSPCA NSW
Healthy Pet Days: Community outreach work providing primary vet care for pets of underprivileged community members who often have limited access to basic/routine veterinary services. Our teams provide free vaccinations, microchipping, health checks and health care advice, treatment for worms/ticks/fleas/mites, educational information about pet health care, and +/- signing up dogs and cats for desexing surgeries depending on the local municipalities. The metropolitan events are usually single-day, and rural/remote events are held over a few days.
Indigenous Community Animal Health Program: a partnership with NSW Health Aboriginal Environmental Health Unit. The program provides essential veterinary services to Indigenous communities in regional and remote NSW. We work from a One Health-One Welfare perspective and aim to work with community to improve the health, well-being and safety of community and their companion animals. Volunteers will be assisting in desexing clinics in a registered field hospital in regional NSW.
- Accommodation, meals, and transport for regional trips.
- Lunch for the single day-events.
- Designated on-site coordinator
- Complimentary VBB scrub top
- All consumables and facilities required to undertake the work
- Insurances: professional indemnity (by VBB), volunteer workers cover (by RSPCA-NSW), public liability (by VBB & RSPCA-NSW)