Vets treat Majuro animals

RMI Love Animals team members work on a dog this week at the Youth to Youth in Health property in Uliga while the owners look on. Photo: Joshua Lanki.

The name RMI Love Animals was beautifully personified by the very team conducting pet treatments in Majuro this week as witnessed by their overall compassion toward the pets.

The entire team, although broke down into several stations, functions with utmost compassion toward all the animals regardless of size, breed or status (pet or stray.)

The photos, like all photos posted on social media by the group, is testament to the team’s overall caring.

Most of the team are members of Oahu’s Aloha Affordable Veterinary Services led by Dr. Kelly Dowdall-Garberson, while some are locals who were trained in veterinary practices in a special field trip to the Aloha clinic in Honolulu last year.

At the time of going to press, over 200 animals had been looked after at both the Youth to Youth in Health and Marshall Islands High School clinics, with 85 of them being done on Tuesday.

There’s still time to take your dog for treatment through to Saturday and have him or her looked after for free.


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