In order to help fund overseas sterilization projects, local shelters, and animals in need, there are two
ways you can donate:





Many animal projects and organizations benefit directly by receiving medical equipment and supplies. In fact, in some locations, the medical equipment we can easily access in western countries isn’t even available for purchase. For example, the Bahamas Humane Society is looking for an autoclave to sterilize their surgical equipment. Many of you might have backgrounds in human or veterinary medical services, or know of someone who works in these professions. Often expired or outdated medical supplies and equipment are disposed of, and wastefully thrown away. Please contact me directly at
In some cases we will have you ship supplies directly to the project in
which it is needed, otherwise we will coordinate it to arrive with a volunteer.

suture material

cast & bandaging materials

medical supplies






diagnostic equipment

surgical equipment

grooming supplies


Click the link to follow to donate money to The Globetrotting Veterinarian’s upcoming projects  (in CAD, USD)     (in AUD)

As a veterinarian and creator of the Globetrotting Veterinarian, I would love to continue to volunteer to help animals and start projects in remote areas in need, but I can’t do it without your support. We all know that it takes a substantial time and financial commitment to participate in international veterinary projects. The money you donate to the Globetrotting Veterinarian will be used to fund supplies [veterinary drugs, surgical equipment, materials such as suture material, bandaging material, IV catheters, medical tape, etc.], travel, and facilities that make it possible for these projects occur. See below for the Globetrotting Veterinarian’s current Project.



Vadodara Centre for Animal Rescue & Emergency

VCARE Aashiayana,

Lakdikui Village, near Jaspur

Padra Taluka, Vadodara – 391 440

Gujarat INDIA


I am looking for fellow volunteers, animal-lovers, veterinary nurses, students, and veterinarians to lend a helping hand and join me in helping VCARE (Vadodara Centre for Animal Rescue and Emergency) in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. 

VCARE is a registered, non-profit organization that aims to prevent cruelty to animals. Since 1997 VCARE has strived to alleviate pain and suffering from animals while providing veterinary assistance and care to animals in need. Along with projects in humane education, public education, and animal adoption services, VCARE offers animal ambulance services and vaccination projects for canines and bovines in Gujarat. Facilities at VCARE including a veterinary hospital, boarding kennels, a Donkey Shelter, and a nearby Bird Shelter. 

The animal-saving services of VCARE can only be made possible with the help of volunteers like us! This is where you can really make a difference to the lives of animals and the community that supports them.

Always wanted to learn about veterinary medicine? 

Never worked in a shelter abroad? 

Want more experience learning surgical sterilisations and soft tissue surgery in dogs and cats? 

This Veterinary Voyage is planned to run from January 6 to 20, 2018. During this time, the shelter is in high demand of volunteers, veterinary assistance, and will be running spay-neuter camps, vaccination projects, Cattle Camp, and Bird Camp (January 15-16) where you can get hands on practical experience, all while taking in the sounds, smells, and culture of Incredible India.

Participation in this project will include your accommodation, meals, and transportation to the shelter.  This will be an educational and cultural journey as well, and as such, we will take a few days off in between our animal work to sight-see and visit some of the local attractions including: Laxmi Vilas Palace, Sursagar Lake, local temples, and even participate in an ecotourism adventure to Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary, where the thrill of possibly encountering Indian wildlife such as raptors and birds, pythons and flying squirrels, or lesser cats amongst the scenic beauty of the deciduous forest, will offer a unique wildlife outing during your travels. 

Please donate today

If you are interested in becoming a VOLUNTEER for this project, please contact me at I will email you a VOLUNTEER APPLICATION FORM for you to submit. Further details and costs regarding the upcoming Volunteer Project will then be communicated to you directly.

Dhanyavaad (thank you in Hindi)

Thank you
The Globetrotting Veterinarian