Training provided by most experienced Spay Neuter Vets in Mexico. Our vets routinely do 200-500 surgeries a month and are acknowledged experts in their field as evidenced by the demand for their skills by other organizations. All vets are trained in the basic male & female sterilization surgery but most have limited training and practical experience. They often do not have much small animal training or the volume of S/N surgeries to become proficient, confident, experts.
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-Are you looking to get qualified as a US Veterinarian? Our proximity to the US border allows us to offer specialized training and surgical practice sessions for International Veterinarians seeking to perfect Spay techniques in order to qualify for USA certification. All training is conducted under the guidance and supervision of the most experienced S/N Veterinarian in Baja. Our Medical Director, Dra Rebeca Serrano was a member of the founding S/N team to hold mass S/N clinics in Baja, Mexico. In the past two decades she has personally performed tens of thousands of surgeries. She has trained Vets from all over the world such as China, Pakistan, Germany, Argentina, Croatia and Serbia. You will not find a more qualified expert in the field and she will share with you for a one time fee of only $1,500 dollars.
One objection we often hear is that Low-Cost S/N organizations cause unfair competition for local vets. Surprisingly, as they become skilled in our Efficient Spay/Neuter Technique it actually provides a new revenue stream while offering a permanent population control solution for the community. Our experienced instructors will share tips and tricks learned and perfected over the past 20 years. We have provided guidance to Vets throughout Mexico including Tijuana, Playas de Rosarito, Los Cabos, Mexico City, San Felipe, Oaxaca, and Zhuiantanejo. Our Vets share proven time and cost minimizing techniques that will make it feasible for your vet to also offer low cost surgeries on a regular basis. Training is free for Mexican Vets.