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Veterinarians Help Haiti

Injured and displaced animals in Haiti receive professional care courtesy of HSI team.

This week, a team of veterinary experts representing Humane Society International arrived in Haiti to offer treatment and relief to injured and displaced animals. The team of two includes a veterinarian and a paramedic trained in responding to disaster relief and animal care, and the pair will be working with local veterinary technicians and relief organizations. Along with bringing badly needed resources and providing treatment to animals, the duo will attempt to gauge the need for further animal rescue and aid in Haiti and potentially educate relief workers on animal treatment and lessening animal suffering.

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