January 7, 2011

In Masusa "healthy pets in a safe neighborhood"

In Masusa "healthy pets in a safe neighborhood"

The NGO Amazon CARES, Community Animal Rescue, Education and Safety, is holding its first free veterinary campaign of the year, from 5 to 15 January. CARES decided to give priority to the disadvantaged Masusa area and its inhabitants, often forgotten by the authorities, and so will be giving free care for 6 days in the 3 human settlements in the area: today and tomorrow Thursday at the AH Archimedes Santillán (March 23rd Street), Friday 7 and Saturday 8 AH Alejandro Toledo, on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 in the AH Santa Rosa and Santa Maria.
This campaign, explains Bruno Antoine, director of the organization in Peru, includes primary veterinary care, sterilization of  owned and street animals, treatment for fleas, ticks and mange, as well as the distribution of an antiparasitic (albendazole 400 mg) for the human population, from 9 am to 2 pm.

Then the campaign will continue in Rumococha on January 12 and January 13 to finish on 14 and 15 of the same month by the La Villa Participation Disnard AH. To make this great social work, Amazon CARES team will be supported by a French veterinarian, 4 veterinary medicine students in Lima and a nurse in charge of anti-parasite treatments.
Campaña continuará en Rumococha, Villa Disnarda.Unfortunately, despite the letters sent to authorities in each district, has not been possible to gain the support of the municipalities in order to ease this issue that involves the public health of our region.Only you can highlight and congratulate the courageous initiative of the Association 125, motocar drivers and their Director, Mr. Marden Yumbato,  that support the campaign with transportation.
For more information about campaign sites, as well as any assistance you can call * 233021 or 478064 or 965779490. Moreover, the veterinary clinic located in Pevas Street # 184, informed its customers that will remain open for the campaign between the hours from 8 am to 4 pm, run. (MIP)

To read the original article in Spanish, click here.

1 comment:

  1. Well done to all these voluntary veterinarians and this wonderful association.
    Good courage and my best regards to you!
    Annie-France Gaujard-Gruest


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