Mayhew International team is currently in Russia where they are training vets to neuter cats and dogs as part of our mission to advocate neutering as the most humane method of dealing with the overpopulation of companion animals.
You can follow our Russia Twitter Timeline below to keep up to date with the Mayhew International team’s work in Russia.
The team travelled to their first port of call in Michurinsk, Russia, located 400 km South East of Moscow. Our Head Vet Dr. Ursula Goetz MRCVS, GP Cert(SAS) CVO conducted vet training including suturing, flank approach, three castration techniques, sterilisation techniques, how to clean and pack instruments and how to sterilise instruments in a pressure cooker. Five spaying and neutering surgeries were also performed.
The next day, another busy day of vet training with three teams and performing surgery on 11 cats including 7 spays 4 castrates. Dr. Ursula led one team and the other two teams were led by Mayhew alumni Natasha Potapochkina, Valentina Grigorova and Elena Bokareva.
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