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Caregivers feed, shampoo, clean areas, and wrap their arms around animals one by one throughout each day. In addition to filling water bowls or changing bedding, they're often the first to notice changes in an animal's condition--they see who ate and who didn't; they encourage first steps, report signs of improvement and always add love to the medicine.
Our rescue team
From 7AM to midnight our 20 rescuers coax and comfort frightened animals, search under bushes, descend wells, climb trees--doing whatever it takes to rescue every suffering animal they can. Our 4 dispatchers receive up to 150 calls each day, treating each call with importance and ensuring the rescue of the most urgently ill and injured patients first.
Our HR and admin team
The invisible force, they work behind the scenes to ensure our pharmacy is always stocked, the facilities are well maintained, the database is updated, the salaries paid and that our Animal Aid family keeps growing with new staff bringing additional talents and great energy. Perhaps you won’t see them in our videos, but without them we couldn't save the animals.
Our medical team
Under the supervision of our medical director and supervisor, our team of nurses and assistants provide life-saving treatment to the 450 ever-changing patients at the hospital and dogs in our Spay and Neuter Center, and even directly on the streets through the Street Treatment program. They perform sterilizations and other life-saving surgeries every day.
Our outreach and education team
The moment you step in our center you will be greeted by a smiling face and welcoming words. Our community relations team include volunteer coordinators and tour guides, cruelty response officers and educators.
They conduct compassion education in classrooms, dog bite prevention and counselling for people afraid of dogs; they meet with animal lovers and activists and responds to cruelty cases with a deep commitment to change the way our society perceives and protects animals.
Our video and social media team
Animal Aid’s rescue work is known around the world with over 2 billion views of our rescue videos. Our ambulances are equipped with a camera and rescues are recorded by the rescuers. Our video and photography team carefully documents the treatments and edits them to tell stories that inspire compassion and protection for animals.
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