We need volunteers to help register pets, carry cats and small dogs from surgery tables to recovery tables, monitor pets while under anesthesia, give pet owners sterilization certificates and post-op instructions, clean instruments and/or general clean-up.
You can do as little or as much as you like and spend as many hours as you choose. Come one day or multiple days. Clinics operate Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and half-day Saturday.
What Drives Us
The mission of PEACEAnimals is to prevent the future suffering of animals. A mass, free mobile spay/neuter program does the most good for the most animals. Towns and neighborhoods are cleaner, quieter, healthier and safer where there is no overpopulation of pets; and wildlife is at less risk for decimation.
Mexico, a third world developing country, is ranked number one per capita in the world for the overpopulation of pets. Cats and dogs are very often born to suffer. They are hit by vehicles, poisoned, starved, diseased, abused and abandoned. PEACEAnimals visits neighborhoods, towns and disenfranchised ranch and farm areas, primarily in the area of the Bay of Banderas (Puerto Vallarta).
In 2018, PEACEAnimals sterilized 5,792 cats and dogs.