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The right thing to do for your friend and for your island: Spay/Nueter

Top Reason to Donate to The Esther Honey Foundation in 2014

Your donation can help ensure that the Esther Honey Foundation volunteers have all of the drugs, equipment and supplies required to treat more than 3,000 Cook Islands’ animals annually. These funds are critical to continuing Esther Honey’s life-saving services. The Esther Honey Foundation has been the sole provider of companion animal veterinary services, humane population management […]

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July 2012 Newsletter

Take a look at our recent newsletter. July 2012 Newsletter:

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Case of the Month

Jelly Bean (affectionately known as JB) was a severe fish poisoning case that has been in the clinic now for over a month. Fish poisoning is a common problem in the Cook Islands.

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The Month in Pictures

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Meet The Staff

Clinic Director, Gregg Young Gregg Young has been the Clinic Director at the Esther Honey Foundation for two years, and really enjoys working with the local Cook Islands community. His job mostly pertains to the functionality of the clinic and house, but also includes raising awareness in schools about animal welfare, planning Vet Treks out […]

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Quick; Silver Needs Love

Silver is a very sweet elderly dog who came to us over a month ago, with skin disease so bad that all of his skin was infected and sore. He was depressed and lethargic, and not overly friendly. After a few weeks on antibiotics and baths, he is a whole new dog! No longer smelly […]

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Christmas with Mango

Christmas at Esther Honey

It may seem a lonely occasion, being far from home volunteering on an unfamiliar island in hot humid weather at Christmas time. And yet the complete opposite was true for the seven selfless volunteers left here over the festive season.  A huge traditional roast was prepared to satisfy those missing home, then a traditional Kiwi […]

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The social side of EHF

The Social Side of Esther Honeys

                          Despite working incredibly hard here at Esther Honey, it is important not to forget to play hard too! Our weekly Hash House Harrier runs occasionally get turned into a bit of silliness and a few ‘down-downs’. And this is just Monday…

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A Happy Ending

We had a great case yesterday when a local woman came in looking for a dog to adopt. She was quite upset, as she had spent two weeks looking for her lost dog Blackie (whom some of you might remember as one of our Bobby/Bourbon/Blackie fish poisoning puppies), but to no avail. I offered my […]

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