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Animal Welfare Organisation & Charitable Support

Belize Wildlife & Referral Clinic

Liberty Vets Recruitment are proud to support the Belize Wildlife & Referral Clinic (BWRC) and look forward to working closely with them in the future.

BWRC co-founder Dr. Isabelle Paquet-Durand started her career in Wildlife as a veterinary student/volunteer during the many years she spent in Central America and Europe. Over the past decade, her passion for Wildlife Medicine and Conservation has developed into a career as a Wildlife Vet, and Professor of Wildlife Medicine. BWRC co-founder Justin Ford provides the much needed behind the scenes support that make the clinic operations, and educational programs possible. When he is not working on educational programs and internships for BWRC, Justin teaches Natural Resource Management  and Eco-tourism Development at Sacred Heart Junior College in San Ignacio, Belize.


To support wildlife conservation; animal health and welfare; and the veterinary profession in Belize through medical services, education, research, and collaboration.


Belize Wildlife and Referral Clinic
C/O Isabelle Paquet-Durand
Central Farm, Belize
Central America

Clinic email:

Internship & Educational program information: Justin


Tree of Life for Animals (TOLFA)

Liberty Vets Recruitment Are excited to be working with the Tree of Life for Animals (TOLFA) projects throughout India. We aim to help raise awareness of this great cause.

Founded in 2005 by British Veterinary Nurse Rachel Wright, TOLFA serves the street and stray dogs of Pushkar & Ajmer, Rajasthan, India.

365 days of the year their rescue vehicle responds to 20 calls a day and the hospital itself has 300 animals in treatment at any one time.

To date they have sterilised over 17,000 dogs to humanely control the street dog population and vaccinated over 20,000 against rabies of which India has the highest human death rate in the world.

TOLFA employ over 30 people to take care of the day to day cleaning, feeding and medical treatments but are in need of volunteers. Foreign volunteers are not allowed (by law) to be involved in medical treatments of animals, but they do need people to offer extra care to their most sick and vulnerable animals, to help with walking the 150+ dogs who are in kennels, to socialise the numerous puppies, to give baths and grooming…. the list is endless!

If you would like to know more about becoming a volunteer at TOLFA please contact Jemma on click here or for general information about TOLFA including fundraising in your practice email Clara on Click Here

TOLFAs Website:

TOLFA on Facebook: Click Here

TOLFA on Twitter:

Hounds for Heroes

Liberty Vets have recently helped sponsor the Hounds for Heroes 2015 calendar, please lookout for our month.

The purpose of “Hounds for Heroes” is to provide specially trained assistance dogs to injured and disabled men and women of both the UK Armed Forces and the Emergency Services.

Through this provision our aims are to provide help and practical support leading to an enhanced quality of life for our clients.

Initially Hounds for Heroes set out to raise £100,000, which would pay for the first 5 Labradors and their subsequent costs throughout their lives. The Puppies on Parade Appeal was so successful that we have just started our fourth appeal to purchase our latest squadron of cadets: we already have one squadron of puppies in advanced training and two squadrons in basic training at our Training Base in Petersfield, Hampshire.

Our dogs are carefully selected for all the qualities needed to produce excellent assistance dogs. The Charity has a small army of puppy parents who help with the first year of training. The dogs then enter advanced training to turn them from well behaved dogs into fully trained assistance dogs that not only bring quality of life to their owner by opening doors, picking up items, getting money from ATMs, opening train doors etc: they also bring companionship and love that can be missing when someone becomes disabled. When the dogs are fully trained the ownership will be fully transferred to the disabled partner.


For enquiries or to make a donation, please contact:

The Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS)
The Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS) is a UK Charity whose emphasis is on supplying veterinary aid to animal welfare charities and non-profit organisations all over the world, where otherwise it wouldn’t be readily available. They provide aid in the form of volunteer teams, veterinary equipment, drugs and advice. Operating out of a small office in Cranborne, on the edge of the New Forest, WVS has grown rapidly and is now an established global veterinary resource supporting over 500 charities, in over 100 countries. Since 2006 the value of veterinary aid that WVS has sent is well over £1.3m and WVS volunteer teams have worked across 5 continents and treated over 70,000 animals ranging from dogs and cats in Europe, to elephants in Africa.

WVS offers many exciting volunteer opportunities all over the world that will see you work with many different species of animals. They have lots of volunteer placements for Vets, Vet Nurses and individuals with no previous experience with animals – You just need to be willing and determined to make a difference.

WVS contact details:

Tel: 01725 557225