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The Open Road with Dr. Chris – Features EHF!

The Esther Honey Foundation was recently featured on The Open Road with Dr. Chris. You can view the video below:

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VET TREK® 2016

Aitutaki VET TREK clinic Mangaia VET TREK clinic

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VET TREK® 2015

Aitutaki x 3 VET TREK clinics.

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VET TREK® 2014

Aitutaki VET TREK

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VET TREK® 2013

Aitutaki x 2 VET TREKS clinics Atiu: 11th Atiu Trek Dec 11-Dec 14 2013 EHF Staff: 2 Senior Vets EHF Services: 8 animals desexed including 7 female dogs. All desexed animals were tattooed in their left ear. The injectable anaesthetic protocols worked well. A limited trapping program was reasonably successful. Recommend identifying feral cat colony […]

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VET TREK® 2012

Aitutaki: EHF VET TREK® #108

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EHF fury over ‘conspiracy’

A month after the Esther Honey Foundation closed down on Rarotonga, the animal welfare charity has broken its silence to claim it was the victim of a high-level “conspiracy”, involving government, other bodies and former volunteers, to remove it from the island. The organisation says it was the victim of “local collusion” that saw Cook […]

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Esther Honey to close down

The Esther Honey Foundation, which has offered free vet care on Rarotonga for 22 years, will close down this month. You can read the full story here

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Vet takes break from life in the fast lane

New Zealand’s top female enduro rider is taking time out of her fast paced, adrenaline fuelled life and is offering her services as a vet to the Esther Honey animal clinic. You can read the full story here

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Students learn to serve community

As part of Tereora College’s mission of developing excellence in citizenship: “Tangata Tiratira Tu”, school staff and students were involved in serving the Cook Islands community on Friday last week. Principal Tania Morgan said the day was students’ incentive to invest in the local community and the people who live in it. “The purpose of […]

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