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IAR helps save lions from drowning in floods in India

7th August 2005

We have provided emergency funds to save five lions from drowning in floods in India. IAR has sent £3000 in response to a call for help from Indian charity Wildlife SOS (WSOS) which is working to rescue the lions from a small zoo in the city of Sangli, in the southern state of Maharashtra. Sangli... read more »

Latest news from Trichy

26th July 2005

Deike Schacht, Veterinary Surgeon, reported on 30th June that: "The work in the clinic is going very well. Last month we carried out 54 operations in three weeks and this month the total will be even higher. We are keeping some dogs for longer than four days, mainly in order to treat various skin... read more »

IAR helps to protect British wildlife

12th July 2005

International Animal Rescue is doing its bit to protect British wildlife by giving support to Folly Wildlife Rescue Centre in Eridge Green in Kent. IAR has pledged £500 towards its new wildlife and education centre project, which will enable Folly to expand to cope with the increasing numbers of... read more »

Report from the Asia for Animals Conference (AfA 2005)

4th July 2005

At the Asia for Animals Conference, held in Singapore 22-24 June, Dr Astrid Almeida, Veterinary Director of IAR Goa, gave a presentation entitled 'Stray Animal Management: A perspective of striking a balance.' Her excellent paper detailed the progress of the clinic since its humble beginnings in... read more »

The 2005 British Birdwatching Fair

1st June 2005

IAR will again have a stand at this year's British Birdwatching Fair from 19–21 August at Egleton Nature Reserve, Rutland Water. This year we will be unveiling a brand new look with the help of five new exhibition boards showing the scope of our work to help suffering animals. In pride of place for... read more »

New vet clinic receives donation of vital veterinary equipment

5th May 2005

The donation of a vital piece of equipment to a new veterinary practice in Hailsham will be invaluable in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Rosario Gutierrez opened her Horsebridge Veterinary Practice just weeks ago. On Friday, 13 May she took delivery of a blood analyser machine from... read more »

Latest report from the IAR team in Malta

27th April 2005

Alan Knight, Carrie Colliss and Lis Key travelled to Malta to hand over the new high speed patrol boat to the police. They have sent in a second report: The past few days in Malta have left us quite overwhelmed by all we’ve seen. The trip has really brought home to us the plight of wildlife and... read more »


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