In 2014 Sasha and Bryan took a team of 5 Vets & Nurses from Pakuranga vet clinic over to Niue to run a charity clinic in association with South Pacific Animal Welfare. In this time they desexed, wormed, and deflead over 100 cats and dogs, visited local pig farms and fell in love with the little Island nation.
Since this first trip we have taken Niue under our wing, each year we send a team of vets and nurses over to run a clinic. Our mission is to provide much needed Veterinary care to the increasing population of animals. We also hope to desex as many cats and dogs as possible.
Niue is one of the smallest Islands in the South Pacific. Known as “The Rock of Polynesia”. It has a population of an estimated 1,450 humans and many more dogs and cats. There is an additional 20,000 Niuean’s living in New Zealand. Niue does not have a Veterinary Clinic.
And as of July 2017 The Rock Vets Trust is a NZ registered Charity!
Check out our Gallery with all the pictures from our latest trip.
Our next trip date: 28/10/17 thru to 4/11/17
Our clinic is run entirely by the fundraising we do and donations of some incredible companies. The Money we raise will go towards medications, equipment, flights, insurance and accommodation. The Vets and Nurses going are volunteering their time and skill for this project. Check back regularly for our fundraising events!
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For more information call us on 576 4108 or 537 0882