Mission Statement: To positively impact the life of animals in under-served communities by providing them with much needed veterinary aid, and to share this opportunity with our Pawesome participants; the next generation of veterinary professionals.
Pawesome was created in 2016 by Australian veterinary nurse Sarah Wexler. She was inspired by the warm and unconditional love the often sick (and always homeless) dogs and cats of Asia gave, and the lack of veterinary care they received. Sarah’s goal is to provide these loving animals with a higher quality of life through Pawesome’s veterinary programs.
Our programs are designed to provide medical and financial support (supplies and skilled personnel) through partnership with local shelters and their vets, the authorities, and the broader community. The projects we coordinate aid in humane population control through organised spay and neuter efforts and include other treatments such as; rabies vaccinations, parasite control, wound care, and sexually transmitted disease management.
Each of our programs offer participants a unique chance to experience the joy of providing care to animals in need, the challenge of spending time in a foreign country and the opportunity to gain valuable life skills.
We visit and screen all shelters before implementing a program. This allows for a healthier understanding of the needs of the individual shelter and of the logistics involved with bringing international personnel to the location.
If you know of a rescue/shelter or town/community in need of veterinary assistance please contact us.