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Saving Endangered Species

by sharing veterinary skills and training local staff

Veterinary Expertise

is an ever growing part of successful conservation

Support is Essential

in enabling us to deliver successful conservation

Training Vets. Saving Wildlife.

Saving species from extinction is a complicated puzzle.
There’s no quick fix and the challenges we face are immense.   

When wildlife is already threatened by poaching, habitat loss and pollution, unexpected outbreaks of disease can be catastrophic. 

Wildlife veterinary expertise is vital for controlling disease, giving the right medical treatment to reduce the suffering of sick or injured individuals, and successfully rehabilitating endangered animals. When numbers of a species are very low, every individual counts and rehabilitation can play an important role in conservation. 

WVI trains people on the conservation frontline to use veterinary science so that wildlife can survive and thrive. Explore our site to find out more about what we do to help complete the conservation puzzle.

Credit: Sergi Garcia Fernandez/Biosphoto
Saving Endangered Species

by sharing veterinary skills and training local staff

Veterinary Expertise

is an ever growing part of successful conservation

Support is Essential

in enabling us to deliver successful conservation

Please support our Tiger Health Programme

Wildlife Vets International has always been closely involved with tiger conservation around the world.
Help us provide veterinary support for conservationists saving these species.

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Vets Saving Endangered Animals in the Wild

Wildlife Vets International provides the veterinary support and skills to conservationists saving endangered species. Training key people in conservation medicine will contribute to sustainable, long-term solutions for saving wild animals.

" Saving some of the planet’s rarest creatures from extinction needs expert help, and WVI can supply that when and where it’s needed. "

Steve Leonard, Veterinary Surgeon and TV Presenter

Vets in the Field

We’re committed to providing the veterinary support essential for conserving and protecting endangered species. Take a look below at a few photos of specialist vets working in the field.

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