Healthcare for Both Ends of the Leash International
Caring for Pets and Their Owners Abroad
Our Clinical One Health efforts started at home, driven by one conviction: The health of our communities is powerfully connected to the health of our pets. Because so many individuals in need will prioritize the care of their pets over their own, we offer unique clinics that provide medical treatment and preventative care to animals and their owners at the same time.
The local impact of our clinics inspired us to expand our services globally. People & Pets Project has proudly partnered with The Heart of Travel to take our mission to improve the health of individuals and their pets beyond our community and out into the world.
Healthcare International will be returning in June 2024! To learn more about volunteering for our June 2024 trip to Guatemala, please send an email to email@example.com
Alongside the economic challenges come high populations of stray and
feral dogs. These homeless animals rely on the streets for shelter and
food, presenting an ever-present hazard to motorists and a
heartbreaking sight for tourists and residents.
People & Pets Project of Guatemala
Through our work with healthcare providers and veterinarians who generously offer their time and expertise, we are able to provide both preventative and specialized care to people and animals in need. Our high-volume spay and neuter clinics service both pets and the dogs and cats living on the streets in an effort to humanely reduce the population of strays and promote the well-being of community members and animals alike.
Join our effort to support people and pets in need, at home and beyond.
Our work is made possible by your donations of resources, talent, and time. Find out more about how you can support One Health
for local and international communities.
Our next “Healthcare for Both Ends of the Leash” One Health clinic is on Saturday, September 16 from 10am-12:30pm. We will be at the Macon Area Habitat for Humanity Reuse Store located at 690 Holt Ave, Macon. Dogs must be on a leash, cats in a carrier. Two pets per person.