The RSPCA owns and operates the RSPCA Veterinary Clinic, which is located on the corner of Waigani Drive and Kunai Street in Port Moresby (Telephone: 325 2363 / 7196 0436).
The Clinic is currently staffed by two excellent vets, Dr Berlini B. Endaya D.V.M. & Dr. Maresiel Acebedo D.V.M from the Phillipines. Dr Endaya has been with the RSPCA now for 8 years. Through his tireless efforts the RSPCA Clinic is a thriving practice. Dr. Acebedo joined the RSPCA clinic in 2012.
8.30-10.00 am and from 4.00-6.00 pm Monday to Friday
9.00-11.00 am on Saturdays
Other times by appointment in the case of emergencies
The RSPCA Veterinary Clinic offers boarding facilities for all animals, and will assist with re-homing animals when owners can no longer take care of them. All cats and dogs offered for adoption by the RSPCA will have been de-sexed, vaccinated and treated for internal and external parasites.
Since resuming responsibility for the operations of the Veterinary Clinic in July 2002, the RSPCA has received tremendous assistance and support from other RSPCA organizations, particularly the NSW Branch of the Australian RSPCA who not only provided us with veterinary staff at no cost in the early days, but have also been instrumental in developing operational plans for the Clinic, and prioritising redevelopment and service expansion plans.
As we strive to improve the lot of animals, both owned and free on the streets, assets such as this machine help to attract veterinary surgeons from across the world. We seek practical and common sense vets who are prepared to live and work in PNG, gaining much experience from the environment and people and the different animals and diseases often very unlike those in their home countries.
The RSPCA continues to improve services provided by the Veterinary Clinic.
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Support our New Veterinary Clinic Room
RSPCA (PNG) is presently upgrading its veterinary clinic to include an additional consult room and an improved surgery room. As Papua New Guinea's only operational public veterinary clinic, the additional veterinary clinic rooms will enable RSPCA to accommodate more pet owners to access these services. This will also help in the providence of our envisioned specialist care which to date has not been available.
We are calling on supporters of RSPCA (PNG) to assist us in purchasing a number of vital items that will make our additional consult room and improved surgery room to start operation with modern veterinary equipments.
Your support, no matter how small, will go a long way in enabling RSPCA (PNG) to work towards changing the lives of animals in this country.