Today we launch our new enviro-MASH page – take a look but first check out this short film with our Medical Director Dr Byron Maas talking about how Animal Balance tries to be as sustainable as possible on campaigns.
Our work in the Galapagos began in 2004 and was the first campaign Animal Balance undertook. The program has changed many times in the last decade, but 2014 has seen the biggest change yet. During our June campaign there, Animal Balance signed an agreement with ABG, the national organization responsible for animal management. In summary, […]
We’re pleased today to launch a training video showing how to carry out non – surgical sterilization using Zeuterin. The video can be found below on this post as well as on our MASH Menu Resources page
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Dr. Larry Richman, our Chief, our dear good friend, our most most loved and adored fantastic veterinarian, sadly passed away suddenly this week. Dr.Larry M. Richman was an inspiration to everyone he touched all around the world. His intelligence combined with his quick wit made working with him a very special and memorable experience. From the […]
We’ve had an amazing trip to the Galapagos. In total we sterilized 240 animals and gave essential medical treatment to a number of other animals who had already been sterilized. On the final clinic day we ran a community event where local children brought their dogs and our very own Dr Sergio taught them […]
On Tuesday we ran a mobile clinic in the highlands of Isabela. The highlands is a very different landscape to our main clinic in Puerto Villamil. Both are extremely beautiful places but unlike the dry volcanic lava that adorns the Puerto Vilamil landscape, the Highlands is very lush and green. At the clinic we had a […]
Humanely controlling the dog and cat population means that we are doing our bit to help preserve the wonderful wildlife of the Galapagos. Here’s just a few pictures of our visit to the Isabela tunnels, an off shore network of lava rock arches and underwater tunnels.
After the highlands clinic yesterday on Isabela we received a call from the Galapagos National Park via AGB who gave our veterinarians permission to treat an injured sea lion. The team rushed to our clinic in Puerto Villamil where they treated the sea lion who had suffered a shark bite with pain medication and anti-inflammatories. The […]
Yesterday we had another great day on Isabela Island with 41 animals sterilized. We also saw 7 other animals that had already been sterilized and so we gave them worming / flea medication.