When SPANA vets in Morocco received a call about a lame abandoned donkey, they acted immediately to help him out.
When Miruts the horse developed epizootic lymphangitis (EZL), SPANA vets in Ethiopia worked quickly to treat this deadly disease.
This World Animal Day, we’re highlighting the plight of animals, like Nadia the mule, who work in extreme conditions across the world.
A visit to SPANA’s mobile clinic in Samanko, Mali, saved DJ the donkey from becoming lame.
When a friend spotted that Bekele the horse had the classic signs of Epizootic Lymphangitis (EZL), his owner, Girma, immediately took him to see SPANA...
Find out how SPANA vets in Tunisia helped ease the discomfort of Asmaa, an elderly donkey suffering from arthritis.
When Saidou the horse was suffering from wounds on his leg, SPANA vets at our centre in Boghé, Mauritania, were on hand to help him...
When Nayef was injured in a road accident, the foal was admitted to SPANA’s stables in Morocco for expert treatment.
Find out how SPANA vets in Ethiopia helped Damme, a nine-year-old horse, when he had an excruciating wound on his tongue.
Bora means the world to his owner, Teklay. When Bora was suffering from an eye irritation, Teklay turned to SPANA vets in Ethiopia for help.
When Dilla the donkey was suffering from a harness wound, SPANA vets in Ethiopia were on hand to treat his injury and provide invaluable training...
When Mesale the horse had problems with his teeth, SPANA vets in Ethiopia were on hand to give him the treatment he needed.