Ayuda is very pleased to announce the results of a series of record breaking clinics this past week. 173 animals received medical treatments through the collaboration of our latest visit by a team of World Vets veterinarians and vet techs, and the tireless work of volunteers from Santa Cruz, Jaibalito, San Marcos Laguna, San Pedro,… Continue reading Record Breakers!
A Grim Reminder
One of our most cherished street dogs, Biscuit was diagnosed with CTVT in his nasal passages. This is the first nasal case that Ayuda has encountered and the first that key volunteers have seen in their 4 years in Panajachel. The tumors have caused fluid build up in his lungs as well. Poor boy sneezes… Continue reading A Grim Reminder
Poor Bobi has had a busy week of people meddling with him. Bobi is one of many homeless dogs who live along the beach in the Jucanya section of Panajachel. There are several family owned small restaurants in the area. Some of them care about the roaming dogs in their neighborhood and watch out for… Continue reading Fixing Bobi
Santa Catarina is Rolling
This past February saw the beginning of routine weekly care for the animals of Santa Catarina. Santa Catarina is a poor village with approximately 7,000 people. The residents are primarily impoverished indigenous Mayans. The village is situated along the northeastern shore of Lake Atitlan and a few miles from Ayuda's headquarters in Panajachel. There are… Continue reading Santa Catarina is Rolling