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How iguanas and dogs live together

Iguanas, finches, cats and dogs all live on the Galapagos Islands. How? See how Animal Balance came together with the Galapagos National Park Service and ABG, the protectors of bio-diversity of the Galapagos, to create a humane animal management program, whereby all animals are protected. Animal Balance’s premiere of our film, ‪#‎evolutionthrucompassion‬, will be shown […]

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#evolutionthrucompassion: AB helps the indigenous population too

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 […]

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#evolutionthrucompassion: 1st Clinic Day in Isabella

Ola, we’re here in Isabella and its magnificent. The scenery is jaw dropping, we were met by iguanas near the dock area – perfecto! On Friday night we set up clinic in an abandoned chapel on the island. We’re running cat surgery in the chapel and dog surgery outside. AGB people including Dr Rita have come […]

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#evolutionthrucompassion: Clinic Day 1 Isabela – Animal Balance Recycle

Animal Balance isn’t just about humane ways of sterilizing animals, its  also about helping to preserve our planet. One way we do this is by making use of what we can find. For example an empty water bottle cut up makes a really handy instrument sterilizing container.  Here on the Galapagos sustainability and recycling is […]

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#evolutionthrucompassion: Final Day in Santa Cruz – Big thanks to ABG

Its our final day in Santa Cruz and we would like to say a huge thank you to our hosts ABG who have shown us the most amazing hospitality from providing us with an excellent clinic space and everything from equipment to office space, wifi and even a coffee machine which made our team very […]

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