Vets Saving Endangered Animals in the Wild
Wildlife Vets International was created to provide the veterinary support and skills to conservationists saving endangered species. WVI believes that training key people in conservation medicine will contribute to sustainable, long-term solutions for saving wild animals and the people with whom they share their world.
As the interface between wild animals, people and their livestock increases, the risk of extinction from disease is on the rise. Achievements combating wildlife crime and improving ecosystems could be redundant with the emergence of disease in these small populations.
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What they say about us
Saving some of the planet's rarest creatures from extinctions needs expert help, and WVI can supply that when and where it's needed.
Steve Leonard, Veterinary Surgeon and TV Presenter
Henry Schein Animal Health is delighted to support Wildlife Vets International in caring for endangered species around the world.
Ross McDermid, Marketing Director
WVI provides a unique service to the conservation community. It is a pleasure to support such a professional and enthusiastic team.
Ken Elliott, Marketing Manager, MSD Animal Health UK
International Zoo Vet Group is delighted to support WVI which provides a route through which our veterinary and pathology experience can be directed
Andrew Greenwood, Senior Partner, IZVG LLP
The WVI team carries out vital work helping to preserve magnificent species for future generations. We are delighted to support them.
David Ellerton, Managing Director, Virbac Uk Ltd