Spayathon for Puerto Rico

Helping Paws Across Borders along with 22 other organizations will come together to help the people and animals of Puerto Rico. The Spayathon aims to spay/neuter 20,000 animals by 2019. Helping Paws Across Borders and 8 other organizations will be providing veterinarians who are trained in high quality, and high volume spay/neuter. We are ecstatic to be working with these other great organizations in order to help the people and animals of Puerto Rico. If you would like to learn more please click the links below.

Helping Paws Across Borders- Volunteer Veterinary Professionals

Brief Summary: A small group of animal professionals dedicated to making a difference. We have decided that we can no longer look away from the horrific conditions companion animals are living in across our borders and at home. We all are involved here in the United States with animal shelter projects. We have the education, compassion and medical backgrounds to achieve our goals of companion animal sterilization. Hopefully you will see fit to help us on our journey.


Mission: To bring Animal Humane services to desolate areas in different countries at no cost to the local people. To make a positive difference in the lives of unwanted and abused animals through compassionate care, rescue and medical intervention. We believe that through education and sterilization we can help stop the neglect!




"I talk to him when I'm lonesome like; and I'm sure he understands.  When he looks at me so attentively, and gently licks my hands; then he rubs his nose on my tailored clothes, but I never say naught thereat.  For the good Lord knows I can buy more clothes, but never a friend like that. " ~W. Dayton Wedgefarth

Goal: To reach out to other countries and make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected companion animals. Supply medicine and medical equipment to local Animal Shelters. To educate local clinic volunteer’s in shelter medicine. Stop overpopulation of companion animals in undeveloped countries. Be available to assist in spay and neuter clinics when and where we might be needed.


Objective: To sterilize 50-300 animals with each clinic. Interacting with the local children and making animal welfare educational material available to them.


Helping Paws Across Borders is NOW a 501c3 Non-profit! !!!!!!!!!!!!

We are now a non-profit incorporated in the State of New Mexico



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