A leading UK veterinary group has confirmed it is continuing its support to the Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS) by donating veterinary supplies to the charity.
CVS, the UK’s fastest-growing veterinary group, has been donating monthly supplies and products to the WVS for two years, and confirmed at London Vet Show last week (November 21-22, 2013), that its support will continue.
WVS, led by vet Luke Gamble, aims to provide animal welfare charities with a sustainable veterinary resource. By providing veterinary aid and volunteers, it supports animal charities and non-profit organisations, from domestic animal welfare shelters in Greece to equine welfare projects in Gambia and exotics conservation projects in Grenada and India. The supplies CVS supplies will be sent all over the world to support the life-saving work of the charities and the animals in their care.
Senior regional director at CVS Barry Brackner said: “The work of Luke and his team at WVS is inspirational and is helping to improve the care of animals in all corners of the world. We are delighted to support them.”
WVS managing director James Florence said: “With this additional support from CVS we are now able to provide veterinary aid to help even more charities make an even greater impact on animal welfare across the globe.”