Details for Upcoming JBAR Spay and Neuter Clinic in Guayabitos

The next Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue (JBAR) spay and neuter clinic will be held on April 10-13 at the home of Sue & Del Moss in the Zona Residencial in Guayabitos.

Dates: Wednesday, April 10 to Saturday, April 13
Time: Doors open at 7am. We will accept the first 25 animals each day.
Location: Av. del Sol Nuevo #39, Rincón de Guayabitos
Look for the last house before the Bridge of Life (swinging bridge).

Attention Volunteers: There will be a volunteer training session at 8am on Wednesday, April 10th for all volunteers.

JBAR has been offered lunch by Bobi & Brian Emmons, but we are still looking for donations of lunches for three other days. We also need donations of juices, water, snacks, etc. for the dedicated volunteers. A big thank you to Sue & Del Moss, who have graciously donated accommodations for some of the medical team as well.

Donations of dog and cat food, flea and tick medication, kennels, old towels, blankets, sheets and newspapers are always needed. Cash contributions are always welcome!

For more information, email Lin Chimes (linchimes@hotmail.com) or view the Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue (JBAR) webpage. And while you’re there, please print some posters to distribute in the area!

by Lin Chimes

About Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue (JBAR): Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue (JBAR) was established in 2003 by Lin Chimes of Los Ayala, Nayarit, Mexico. Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue advocates humane and healthy practices for animals in the Jaltemba area by promoting health, education, spay and neutering, adoptions, foster care and positive relationships with animals and their owners. JBAR also works to find homes for street dogs and cats. This effort has significantly improved the overall health and enjoyment of life on Jaltemba Bay for human visitors, residents and also our four-legged friends. To learn more or to make a donation, visit Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue (JBAR).

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    Hola mis amigos. Another team of 3 Canadian Vets and 4 vet techs will be descending on Lin and JIm's home, Casa Contenta in Los Ayala on April 6 in preparation for the April 10-13 Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue spay and neuter clinic in Guayabitos. We have been very busy here gathering donations of veterinary supplies and money from our clients and the local population to support this April clinic and make it a major success. We were delighted to learn that Del and Sue will once again allow their home to be over run with volunteers and noisy animals (well the volunteers are noisy also). It is such a great venue for a clinic. This trip two vets from South Burnaby Veterinary Hospital, Dr Carolyn Buxton and her colleague Dr Carmen Carter will join, myself, and vet techs Karin (my head tech who has been on two previous trips to JBAR clinics), Danielle, Kristen and Nancy at this clinic. We look forward to seeing as many of the regular volunteers and to meet many new helpers. If anyone knows where Negrita, the dog with the machete injury to her nose, is now living, boy we'd sure like to see her and find out how she's done since the marathon, nose re-attachment surgery in November. Also you may remember Don Chaput, the cameraman from Victoria who is making a documentary about the Mexi-Can Vet Project/JBAR and PEACE volunteers... Don has edited 12 hours of video down to a 29 minute rough cut...which Karin and I are hoping to view this week...If Don can get the video mostly done in the next two weeks I'll bring down a copy...I know many of you will soon be "movie stars" and may be we should have a screening at the Paws for Cause event on April 7th! Speaking of which..we had a donation of a few dozen Halloween costumes for small to medium sized dogs and we will bring them with us have them for sale as a fundraiser at that event...so expect to be able to dress up your dog. As well we hope to have our Mexi-Can Vet Project T-shirts with our new logo on it for sale... all proceeds to JBAR. We are all longing for a little beach time and sunshine...so if you hear reports of a Beluga sighting on April 7th that will be me on the beach. Hasta luego de su amigo, Malcolm Macartney, McKenzie Veterinary Services Victoria BC

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