Canadian Veterinary Reserve
The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association’s, Canadian Veterinary Reserve (CVR) is a national, volunteer membership of qualified Canadian veterinarians who make themselves available to rapidly assist governments in responding to outbreaks of foreign animal disease and other large-scale emergencies and disasters that affect animals.
Veterinarians Without Borders
VWB/VSF was founded in 2005 to facilitate volunteer work by Canadian veterinarians in developing countries around the world. Since that time volunteers have played an important role in VWB/VSF's work. And while the majority of volunteers continue to be veterinarians and vet students, the range of skills has expanded to include food safety specialists, animal and human nutritionists, community developers, community health specialists, and others.
Cat Lake Friends of Animush
Volunteers are our key to success! Cat Lake Friends of Animush is a registered charity whose goal is to promote a safe and healthy environment for residents and their companion animals in isolated First Nation communities. We do this by providing animal welfare education and veterinary care, spay/neuter services for companion animals. We are always on the lookout to connect with technicians and veterinarians who donate their time to travel and perform services including vaccinations, deworming and spay/neuter surgeries in fly-in First Nation communities in Northern Ontario.