To offer low-cost health and wellness options with a focus on population control through spaying, neutering and the education of our clients to help maintain best practices in small animal care and ensuring that no dog or cat, homed or stray will go without necessary medical care.
Preventive Medicine - Vaccines - Wellness Exams - Client Education - Parasite Control- Routine Medicine - Physical Exams - Consultation and Treatment of Common Issues - - Referral for Surgery, X-ray and Comprehensive Diagnostics - Spay/Neuter - Soft Tissue & Minor Wound Care - Post-Operative care- Basic PVC
- General Health Check
- Surgical Spay/Neuter
- Pain Medication
- Follow up office visit within the first month for any reason
* Packages Valued at over $250 EC for cats and over $400 EC for dogs! Additional FREE services will be given when available including FREE flea/tick meds, dewormer, blood tests for some internal parasites, and disease (4DX test).
We have the support of Ross University VIDA who generously donate their time during the year for small spay/neuter clinics and wellness days. Please see their Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/rusvm.vida/
Diagnostic In-house lab – End of Life Care/ Euthanasia, blood/urine/fecal/skin, Anesthesia, Digital Radiology (X-Ray) in house Ultrasound Radiologist consultation via digital transmission
Janice has been working internationally in animal welfare for over 30 years in the US, Asia, and the Caribbean. From teaching for Dr. Jane Goodall through the Roots and Shoots program to creating and managing therapy dog programs teaching Love, Kindness and Respect models to grades K-12, it is no surprise when the need for a small animal vet clinic on Nevis was realized, Janice led the charge.
Dr. Danielle Heyne- Zuliani joined us in 2019 shortly after we opened the Paws for a Cause clinic. A graduate of Ross University, Dr. Danielle has made her home on St. Kitts and Nevis and embraces our mission and vision for offering our clients sustainable low-cost options while providing the highest quality of healthcare for all small animals, homed or stray.
April has been part of the Nevis Animal Speak team for nearly 7 years. Prior to her work with us, April worked as a Licensed Vet Tech at Ross University. Our Paws for a Cause clinic would not be what it is today without April's continued passion and dedication!
A long time resident of Nevis, Jane has been caring for animals as long as she can remember. As our resident "carer" Jane is always the first one to offer that extra compassion to those who need her whether it be four legged and two.
Since Shelly joined us she has worn many hats but her care for animals has led her to a more supportive animal assistant role. Always positive and encouraging, Shelly can be found helping with patients and supporting our volunteer vets to filling in at reception when needed.
Greeting everyone with a smile, Simone is usually the first person you see as you enter the reception area. Helping to manage our hundreds of clients, Simone is our organizational leader managing phones, emails, general communications and more!
Through our Volunteer Veterinary program, we have gratefully welcomed vets and vet techs who lend their expertise and support of our low-cost, nonprofit project. Through our program, we can offer a cross-section of disciplines and experience to help support our client's and patients' needs.