Animal Fiji plans fourth clinic
4 July, 2018, 1:49 pm
ANIMALS Fiji will be hosting a four-day clinic on Ovalau from July 11-14.
Co-founder Casey Quimby said this was the fourth clinic it had organised for Ovalau since 2015.
“During each clinic, we have offered subsidised services, including spaying/neutering (desexing) as well as consultations with one of our veterinarians. This clinic and our services are made possible thanks to donations from the public – domestically and internationally,” Ms Quimby said.
Animals Fiji is the only veterinarian clinic that focuses on animal welfare operating in both the Western and Northern Divisions.
“Owners can seek treatment for their pets, livestock as well as wildlife. We operate as a welfare agency operating outreach programs and clinics throughout Fiji,” she said.