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VET TREK® 2011

Aitutaki: EHF VET TREK® #106 Feb 22- Feb 25 2011 EHF Staff: 2 veterinarians EHF Services: SPAY/ NEUTER 14 Sterilized  Cats (7M/7F) 14 TREATED (wormed and deflead as needed) Cats 39 Consults 5 Atiu: EHF VET TREK® #107 February 28 – March 5 EHF Staff: 1 veterinarians  1 veterinary nurse EHF Services: SPAY/ NEUTER 27 […]

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VET TREK® 2010

EHF’s 105th VET TREK® April 7- April 8 2010 Total number of animals treated during EHF VET TREKS: 3,468 Short notice VET TREK® request (due to Cyclone Pat) leaving little lead time for publicity but completed all treatment requests and consults that were organized prior to our team’s arrival by JoAnne Brittjin. VET TREK® BANNER […]

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VET TREK® 2009

TOTAL NUMBER of ANIMALS TREATED DURING FOUR 2009 VET TREKS: 309 Animals Treated including 290 Spayed/Neutered Adding to the total of 3,450 animals treated by the Esther Honey Foundation during EHF VET TREKS* ► EHF’s VET TREK® AITUTAKI 2009  June 16-19 09: RESULTS: Spayed/Neutered 84 cats + 2 cat consultations                                    TOTAL: 86 cats treated ► […]

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MANGAIA 2008 – Celebrating our 100th VET TREK®

Vets trekking for the 100th time Cook Islands News: August 25 2008 Mangaia Vet Trek® team 08 The Esther Honey Foundation will embark on its centenary EHF Vet Trek® this week. EHF clinic director Karen Galvan says this is after 14 years of voluntary work by the foundation, hundreds of EHF volunteers have passed through […]

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Esther Honey takes care of cats on Aitutaki

Cook Islands News: May 28 2008   A total of 114 cats on the outer island of Aitutaki have been desexed, thanks to an EHF Vet Tre®.aitutaki team 08 The visits which were held last month also resulted in 125 cats being treated, making a considerable difference to the cat population. There are no dogs […]

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EHF VET TREK® Makes History in French Polynesia

EHF began working in 2001 to bring an EHF VET TREK® team to French Polynesia. Following three years of planning and preparation by The Esther Honey Foundation and its partners, French Polynesia’s first-ever Sterilization Campaign was held on the island of Bora Bora in the spring of 2004. EHF’s veterinary team sterilized 664 cats and […]

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