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Veterinary Students Helping Animals in Need
Each year, HSVMA Rural Area Veterinary Services (HSVMA-RAVS) provides more than $1.2 million in free veterinary care to more than 7,000 animals in under-served rural communities throughout the United States and around the world. With our service-learning approach, veterinary students work directly with experienced professional mentors providing essential care to animals in need and gaining valuable hands-on experience.
HSVMA Mobile Veterinary Clinic Program
The Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association's Rural Area Veterinary Services program goes to rural areas throughout the country helping underserved communities get the veterinary services they don't have easy access to due to location and/or cost. This video gives an overview of all that HSVMA-RAVS does.
Helping Communities Everywhere
Here's a look at the HSVMA-RAVS 2011 clinic in South Dakota, where people lined up for hours to be seen.
HSVMA members Drs. Joel Woolfson, Gary Block, John Hynes and Holly Cheever are amongst the veterinarians speaking out against devocalization in this video by The Coalition to Protect and Rescue Pets.