Dubynska Maria, “Dobra laska” veterinary clinic, Nikopol city, Dnipropetrovsk region

Dear Vladlen Mykhailovych! The city of Nikopol is currently in a war zone under constant shelling from the occupied territory. Every day in the city there is significant destruction. My clinic was also hit by shelling, but we were able to resume our work. We provide assistance to homeless animals, volunteers and immigrants, as well as low-income populations and their animals, we vaccinate, chip, sterilize animals, carry out deworming, help injured animals and perform operations on animals, provide therapeutic assistance. Our “Dobra Laska” clinic has been operating for 2 years at the address: Dnipropetrovsk region, Nikopol city, Trubnikov Avenue 91. Unfortunately, today many pet owners are in a difficult situation, there are not enough funds for full care. There are also quite a large number of animals injured after shelling, and shelter animals that are taken care of by volunteers, but they do not have sufficient financial resources in this situation. We ask you to help us with drugs, vaccines, dressing materials, anti-parasitic drugs, anesthetic drugs, antibiotics, suture materials, animal feed, and drugs and solutions for animal hygiene. Your help from the “Ukrainian Association of Doctors of Veterinary Medicine for Small Animals” will be provided free of charge for displaced persons and low-income citizens of Ukraine affected by Russian aggression.

Feedback on the assistance provided

Thanks to the help of USAVA and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF), we have joined the program for free vaccination against rabies + tagging of animals whose owners need help (indigent and displaced).
We received free 100 doses of rabies vaccines and 100 pet identification microchips.

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