Dogs of Chernobyl - SDCVMA Life Member Dr Terry Paik on a Mission

SDCVMA Life Member, Dr Terry Paik is well known for his global animal welfare missions. His team efforts have spayed, neutered and provided care for animals in need in many countries. His latest "animalitarian" project will bring together veterinarians from all over the world to help the dog descendants abandoned and left behind following the Chernobyl nuclear power plant explosion in 1986 in the Soviet Union.

Dogs of Chernobyl: Local vet headed on unique mission

SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Most people think of the ruins of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant as a wasteland, devoid of life. 

In reality, there are hundreds of dogs living there, the descents of animals left behind decades ago when the area was evacuated. 

Now, a local vet is heading to the area to help control the dog population and get the animals the care they need. 

http://www.cbs8.com/story/35852363/dogs-of-chernobyl-local-vet-headed-on-unique-mission

July 25, 2017