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The Vets Beyond Borders Gift Certificate – a wonderful present!
Looking for a meaningful present for that special someone? Why not send a VBB Gift Certificate?
It’s so easy to send a VBB Gift Certificate and express your shared wish to improve the lives of our fellow creatures, living in communities with little or no access to veterinary care, other than that provided by VBB’s volunteer vets and vet nurses.
Our gift certificates start at AUD 20.00. They feature images by well known animal photographer and VBB supporter, David Darcy, and are personalised to your request. Our online payment portal makes your purchase quick and easy. Should you prefer to pay by cheque, please contact us on (02) 8003 3691 or firstname.lastname@example.org
When you buy a VBB gift certificate, you are directly helping our work – allowing us to purchase clinical supplies for use where they, and the skills of VBB’s wonderful veterinary volunteers, are most needed.
$200 will allow us to purchase a kit of surgical instruments to perform surgical sterilisation of hundreds of stray dogs and cats;
The instruments also enable us to deliver surgical training to enhance the skills of veterinary personnel working to improve the welfare of stray animals
$100 will enable us to sterilise and anti-rabies vaccinate ten stray dogs or cats in India
VBB ensures that street dogs have recovered from their procedure before they are released, and that they are returned to the exact location that they were caught.
$30 will provide a month’s food ration to help save the lives of two malnourished horses, donkeys or cows.
In many parts of the world, the owners or carers of livestock are simply too impoverished to provide adequate fodder for their animals.
Purchase of feed helps the animals – and also the communities of which they are an essential part.
$20 will allow us to treat a stray dog for a range of all-too-common conditions such as venereal tumour, mange and intestinal parasites,
Once returned to good health, street dogs are better accepted by the local community, increasing the possibility that they may be adopted as pets.