The Animal Welfare League NSW (AWL NSW) Mobile Vet service is an Australian-first, fully-fitted out B-Double trailer which has been purposefully designed to enable AWL NSW to travel to regional areas in NSW to provide desexing, vaccination and microchipping programs to communities doing it tough, and to help reduce the burden of unwanted litters and stop the source of pets that may find themselves at council impound facilities.
The Mobile Vet service, which is over 25 metres long, features specially-designed areas to conduct minor animal surgeries (such as desexing) as well as an isolation room and over 35 recovery cages. It also features equipment to perform blood works, fridges, a veterinary scale, and extensive storage to hold veterinary supplies and more.
The AWL NSW veterinary team from our Kemps Creek clinic will travel to destinations in collaboration with AWL NSW volunteer branches across the state to ensure we are helping those that need us most. In addition, the Mobile Vet Truck will be deployed to areas of crisis to assist with natural disasters and other emergencies.
AWL NSW would not be able to run these important community programs without the ongoing support of kind and generous donors. If you can, please consider supporting this cause, any donation no matter how small is appreciated. Donations can be made online, by calling AWL NSW on 02 8899 3333 or via PayPal here.