Honduras Veterinary Services

Honduras Vet Clinic: 1,914 Animals Cared for in Q1 2024

Municipal Veterinary Clinic Attended to 1,914 Animals in the First Quarter of 2024

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Allan Herra, Manager of the Municipal Veterinary Clinic (CVM), has reported that in the first quarter of 2024, the clinic provided care to a total of 1,914 animals. This care included a range of services such as general consultations, emergency treatments, surgeries, sterilizations, and follow-up appointments.

 

 

Image Credit: Clínica Veterinaria Municipal, Poder Popular Honduras.

 

 

During January, approximately 500 general consultations, 226 follow-up appointments, and 16 emergency treatments were administered. In February, the clinic conducted 356 consultations, 230 follow-up appointments, and attended to five emergencies. March saw 308 consultations, 270 follow-up appointments, and three emergency cases.

 

 

Image Credit: Clínica Veterinaria Municipal, Distrito Central.

 

 

Over the past three months, the clinic also performed 16 surgeries, administered 386 deworming treatments, carried out 42 sterilizations, provided 1,122 medical consultations, conducted 13 chemotherapy sessions, and administered 151 vaccines. The clinic anticipates further increasing the number of medical services in the upcoming months.

 

 

Image Credit: Clínica Veterinaria Municipal, Distrito Central.

 

 

Herra explained that the clinic commonly addresses conditions such as ehrlichiosis, gastroenteritis, parvovirus, respiratory illnesses, ulcers, infections, cancer, and poisoning, among others.

Since its opening in June 2023, the clinic has served nearly 4,000 pets until the end of the previous year. With a goal to enhance the quality of life for animals, the clinic has now surpassed 5,900 services, all of which are provided free of charge, reports Poder Popular.

 

 

Image Credit: Clínica Veterinaria Municipal, Distrito Central.

 

 

Recognizing the positive impact on the health and well-being of pets, the clinic encourages the capital’s residents to seek their services for their beloved animals. The municipal veterinary clinic is conveniently located behind the El Cenáculo church in the Guadalupe neighborhood. Services are available on a first-come, first-served basis, from Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

 


Soledad Quartucci | CEO/Founder, Latina Republic

Latina Republic is dedicated to promoting regional understanding through compelling narratives, articles, interviews, and reports that emanate from the heart of the Americas. Our foremost goal is to facilitate constructive dialogue by illuminating local viewpoints frequently overshadowed by mainstream media. Our mission is to equip all stakeholders with essential insights for addressing regional issues, thus empowering them in their efforts. We are committed to portraying the victories and hardships of everyday life in Latin America, while also chronicling the progression of social movements and amplifying the voices of those at the forefront of change.