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October 29, 2010

A "Wanderer" No More

A dog named Wanderer and his rescuer Mrs. DuAfter nearly strangling on a string wrapped around his neck, a dog named Wanderer is finally healing -- and learning to trust again. In China, pets are being left behind when families move to new apartments. A local group helped one such victim with HSI's support. His story»

Horses of the Andes

Horse in PeruAfter 10 days of hiking across the Peruvian Andes, our veterinary team reached communities lacking access to treatment for their working equines. They attended to more than 700 of the horses and mules responsible for carrying tourists and their luggage up the route of Alto Salkantay in Cusco. Attention given»

Breakfast with hummingbirds in Ecuador

BirdHSI's Toby Bloom co-led a trip to the San Jorge Lodges in Ecuador that featured a night hike, a mountain bike ride and a swim under a waterfall. The group bonded over their love of animals, nature, and good food! Immersed in beauty»

 
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