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Helping Paws Across Borders at Taos Pueblo for spay/neuter clinic 2022

EVERY ANIMAL DESERVES KINDNESS

HELPING PAWS ACROSS BORDERS

A Non-profit Mash-Style

Spay/Neuter Clinic

Angie Cherry, founder of helping paws across borders

ABOUT HPAB

CLINIC DATES

For the first 10 days of December HPAB will be trapping some of the stray population on a Caribbean island. Our goal is 300 plus dogs and we have assembled a team of 8 we believe that can accomplish that.

 

These stray dogs are barely existing with no access to food or fresh water and certainly no veterinary care to give them a fighting chance against heartworm disease, distemper and parvo.  

Without this trapping effort these dogs‘ life expectancy is 1.5 years. Once trapped the local veterinarians will be altering the animals, and keeping them overnight, if needed. A plan for adopting them out is already in place.

HPAB was chosen for our proven skillset in animal handling and trapping. We are as fear free as possible, including and especially, with any dog or cat in the feral community. We have been deployed to this island on two separate occasions, once for cats and once for dogs. We were also asked to trap in Chernobyl and removed the first 12 non-radioactive puppies and put them on a freedom train.

HPAB is known in the animal rescue community for their kindness and compassion towards all fearful animals so we are called on these challenging missions. Please help us help the stray dogs by donating.

2023 Completed S/N Clinics:

March

Tohajiilee

Zia

Santo Domingo

June

Santo Domingo

Jemez

San Felipe

August
Acoma

Volunteer with helping paws across border hpab

VOLUNTEER

Local NM Vaccine Clinics

HPAB is now doing a local, low cost vaccine clinic at Simply Diegos in ABQ every few months.

We were there in May and August 2023.

Our next clinic is Nov 11, 2023. Noon to 3:30

Typically we are offering, when supplies allow:

 

  • rabies (1 yr and 3yr) (not at Nov 11th clinic)

  • a feline combo (includes feline distemper, rhinotracheitis, and calicivirus)

  • a canine combo (Canine Distemper Virus, Adenovirus-2 and Parvovirus (DAPP), +/- Parainfluenza Virus)

  • bordetella (kennel cough)

  • worming

  • microchip

  • nail trimming

We accept cash and credit cards

No appointments are taken. Just come during the appointed hours and a veterinarian will be present to give shots. Techs are available to trim nails. Remember, every animal deserves kindness!

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