It is such a pleasure to see people coming to the doors of FVAI’S clinic with their animals! Walking, biking, on a scooter or even in a wheelbarrow! In a cardboard box, a rice bag or even a pillowcase. Small dogs, large dogs, nice ones and less nice ones. What do they all have in common the majority of the time? No collar around their neck. A rope, a belt or a chain. No choice, they make do with what they have. In foreign countries the people are no different from us. It is not due to ...Continue Reading
Come Help us Celebrate World Rabies Day in September 2019 in Tanzania!
Unfortunately, rabies kills thousands of people in Africa and Asia each year. Most of the victims are children and the main source of the disease is the domestic dog. The Foundation for Veterinary Aid International (FVAI) along with its partners and generous volunteers such as you hope to eliminate rabies by 2030. What a challenge, right? It is possible! It will take a lot of effort but we are ready! We must vaccinate the maximum number of dogs, a minimum of 70% of the canine ...Continue Reading
Botswana or the Galapagos Islands, where would you like to go in 2016?
It’s true; some of us have the travel bug. No sooner than when we get back from one trip, we dream of our next destination. It’s infectious, out of our control. We are infected little by little, travel shows and blogs, conferences, Bruno Blanchet and his famous voyage around the world, and yes, of course, the veterinary adventures of FVAI. Where would you like to go in 2016? Botswana in February? Or the Galapagos Islands in April? To Baja California, Mexico in May or ...Continue Reading
FVAI has Officially Obtained its Charity Status!
It’s official! The Foundation for Veterinary Aid International is now known as and registered as a charity with the Canadian Revenue Service. This status has encouraged us to continue our efforts to change the world in helping one animal at a time, one human and finally an entire community! Each small gesture counts, since its inception, FVAI has helped over 1000 cats and dogs at no cost. FVAI’s projects have also allowed many veterinary and animal health technician students to acquire ...Continue Reading
A Humanitarian Voyage for so Little Cost!
Is it possible, in addition to it being high season for tourism? Absolutely! If you would like to participate in your first humanitarian trip without losing your shirt, our project in Belize in January 2016 is just the thing for you. FVAI will be returning to the small village of Sarteneja for the fifth time since 2014. In Sarteneja, high season for tourists with crowded hotels and restaurants and exorbitant rates does not exist. Normal. There are no hotels…. Joking aside, Sarteneja is a ...Continue Reading
Launching of the Foundation for Veterinary Aid International Web Site
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the website of the Foundation for Veterinary Aid International, an entirely Quebec based foundation dedicated to helping animals in foreign countries. We invite you to take the time to discover FVAI’S incredible projects that you may one day participate in, or simply let yourself be taken away by the beauty of the site, dream and contribute in your own way to the development of this unique foundation. See the site here: ...Continue Reading