Victoria

Two Active Programs

Westside Desexing Clinic

A not-for-profit veterinary clinic providing affordable pet desexing

WCD’s vision is to eliminate unnecessary euthanasia by reducing the number of unwanted cats and kittens entering shelters and pounds.

In the Western Metropolitan region of Melbourne there are approximately  60,000 – 80,000 unowned (stray) cats and 180,000 owned cats. Approximately only 20% of the owned cats are registered with councils and desexed.

VBB is seeking veterinarians and vet nurses to assist WCD in providing low cost desexing services to community members and rescue groups.

This program is suited for volunteers who wish to commit to a regular (weekly/fortnightly/monthly) deployment – although not mandatory.

More info here.

Included:

  • Designated on-site coordinator
  • Complimentary VBB t-shirt
  • All consumables and facilities required to undertake the work
  • Insurances: professional indemnity (by VBB), volunteer workers cover (by WCD), public liability (by VBB & WCD)
Westside Desexing Clinic

Pet Vaccination Community Clinics

RSPCA Victoria

RSPCA Victoria is thrilled to be hosting their first ever low-cost pet vaccination and health clinics, making veterinary care more accessible for people and their pets.

Volunteer vets are needed to support the RSPCA Shelter Vets perform a health check and administer a vaccination for a low fee. Volunteers will also be offering professional advice on how to keep pets healthy now and into the future.

Included:

  • Designated on-site coordinator
  • Complimentary VBB t-shirt
  • All consumables and facilities required to undertake the work
  • Insurances: professional indemnity (by VBB), volunteer workers cover (by WCD), public liability (by VBB & WCD)
Pet Vaccination Community Clinics

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