VWB/VSF teamed up with NS SPCA and Wings of Rescue to secure care for 16 dogs evacuated from the Hay River, NWT wildfires.
We're recruiting volunteers for international placements!
Experience the world. Build healthier communities.
Help animals in Ukraine
Devastating flood in Ukraine endangering thousands of animals.
South Sudan in Crisis
Thousands of refugees fleeing to South Sudan with their animals. Donate to animal rescue and relief.
Ecohealth helps us to see the big picture
We focus on animal health care as integrally tied to human and ecosystem health. By treating all three, we create sustainable solutions for the planet.
Meet Kandis Villebrun and Tannicka Reeves, VWB/VSF's Summer 2023 Access to Care scholarship recipients.
Interested in volunteering? Join VWB/VSF and other VCP members at the 6@8 event in Ottawa, ON to learn more about opportunities to volunteer internationally.
Veterinarians Without Borders
Since 2005, we've been building and working towards one big picture goal—healthy animals, people, and environments worldwide.
Since our humble beginnings in Guelph, Ontario, Veterinarians Without Borders has expanded to work in over a dozen countries around the world. We invite you to become a part of our big picture journey toward making our world a healthier place - one animal at a time.
Thanks to the dedication, commitment and generosity of our volunteers, our donors and our sponsors, and our Board and staff, we’ve come a long way toward big picture solutions.
Help Create A Healthier World
Through donating, you can become a part of our successes and join the big picture of facilitating healthy animals, healthy people and a healthy planet.
My voluntary assignments in Ghana for the past three years have dramatically improved animal production in terms of reducing mortality and increasing the size of the herd/flock.
Training that improves and empowers communities.
Improving the nutrition and livelihoods of smallholder farmers.
Increasing community health and combatting malnutrition
Improving food security for rural farm families