|Kenneth and Dillon.|
A total of of 210 dogs and cats were sterilised by Kenneth Yen & Dillon Devathasan both are Final Year Veterinary Students from The University of Adelaide. The spay journey started from 5 to 16 January 2015 with a weekend break of only two days.
After 4 days of surgeries under close supervision both Kenneth and Dillon proved their competency in handling "Spay and Neuter Surgeries" to qualify them to embark on this spay journey from Noah's Ark Sanctuary to Muar and Malacca. With their enthusiasm and veterinary training they completed 210 spay surgeries, one caudectomy, a cesarean on a cat successfully surviving 3 kittens and many consults without any post surgeries complications.
These will be the future vets whom I hope will take over Noah's Ark Legacy by giving back their services to the Animal Society.
I am proud of you for your enthusiasm which keeps my passion going and I would highly recommend them for clinics that are hiring veterinarians.
By Raymund Wee
|From left: Dillon, Puan Mariam, Kenneth and Raymund.|
|Dillon attending to a caregiver for Noah's Ark |
spay and neuter programme.
|Getting ready to sterilise the cats.|
|The making of a compassionate vet.|
|Standard incision length for a dog's spay.|
|Incision for a cat's spay.|
|Standard incision length for a cat's spay.|
|Dillon and Kenneth attend to |
new born kittens.