In January I was lucky enough to volunteer with Amigo Animales in Boquete and see how the experts do it!
Some amazing pictures and a few thoughts on our final spay clinic of the year… plus what does 2017 hold in store?!
Austin and I have suffered a bit of a setback over the last few weeks. Some definitely not our fault, but some we have to take responsibility for – even if only through carelessness. We hope by sharing our story you can learn from our experience and avoid the same mistakes. We have stayed in… Continue reading The dangers of living in a digital world
Organising spay clinics is always a challenge! The people we try the hardest to reach are the people who live in the remote villages along this coast where the daily wage is around $10-15 a day (if you’re lucky enough to have a job) and accessible transport is effectively non-existent. We try to bring the… Continue reading Arranging a clinic from across the pond
So things here have been running smoothly as ever. We had another excellent clinic a couple of weeks ago. Sandy and Renee managed to get 10 animals on the table and although we had some complicated cases, it was another successful day! Although I’ve always been a dog lover, I’ve never really known that much… Continue reading Another learning experience
It feels like forever ago now, but August saw our biggest and most successful clinic since the start of our ‘Panama Dogs’ venture with the dogs here in Panama. Our amazing vet, Sandy, and her wonderful assistant Renee worked for a grueling day and a half and managed to spay and neuter no less than… Continue reading Just another spay in paradise
Our most recent spay clinic was held on the white sandy shores of playa blanca – it’s a hard life!