Veterinarian Training

Training is an important component of the Baja Spay Neuter Mission Statement. Our vets routinely do 150-200 surgeries a month and are acknowledged experts in their field as evidenced by the demand for their skills by other organizations. As part of their education, all vets are trained in the basic male & female sterilization surgery but most do not have much small animal training or the volume of S/N surgeries to become proficient, confident, experts.

New Program in 2019!  International Vet Training

IMG_6677Since we are located so close to the US border we are often asked to provide sterilization training and Spay surgery practice for International Veterinarians seeking to perfect Spay techniques in order to qualify for USA certification.  We now offer comprehensive training. It includes unlimited sessions performing surgery on a variety of dogs and cats under the supervision of the most experienced s/n Vet in Baja. Dra Rebeca Serrano was one of the first Mexican Vets to participate in mass s/n clinics in 2003 and  has personally performed tens of thousands of surgeries since that time. Cost: $1,000 dlls

Local Veterinarian Training: 

IMG_6676As part of their education, all vets are trained in the basic male & female sterilization surgery but most in Mexico do not have much small animal training or the volume of S/N surgeries to become proficient, confident, experts. Our goal is to promote ongoing population control of companion animals throughout Baja.  One objection we often hear is that Low Cost S/N organizations cause unfair competition for local vets. We feel that as more vets become proficient in the Efficient Spay/Neuter Technique it will actually provide a new revenue stream for them while promoting a permanent population control mentality in the community. Let them teach your vet the tips and tricks they have learned and perfected during the past 20 years. They willingly share the time and cost minimizing techniques that will make it feasible for your vet to also offer low cost surgeries on a regular basis. To sponsor the cost of training a local veterinarian the cost is $150.00 dollars