Donors and funds

HART is very grateful for continuing support from HARTies, medical supply donors, and travellers who take goods to Nepal on our behalf.   Among them:

All at Brookfield Vets

Trisha Barros

Stuart Kamp & Diana Vancea

Jane and Kris Sibbons

Village Vet

Rosemary Hawkin

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The British Veterinary Association (BVA) have provided welcome text books and reference documents

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) have provided welcome text books and reference documents

The Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust has, most generously, awarded a grant towards the continuing development of HART's programmes

Marchig Animal Welfare Trust and LUSH Charity Pot have enabled the purchase of a second vehicle and therefore made it possible to maintain a continual service for the animals of Bharatpur

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Our new premises at the DLSO in Matepani

In September 2014 we moved into purpose-build premises in the grounds of the DLSO in the Matepani-12 area of Pokhara. This further improves our accessiblity to the community and also to animals needing emergency treatment.

Click to view our  Pokhara clinic location map

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Dog being prepared for ovariohysterectomy surgery
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Our vet, Dr Parsuram, operating

We have a small clinic, operating theatre, kennels, storage room and a secure area for unloading dogs after early morning catching.

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Medicines not requiring refrigeration are stored in secure cabinets

Our stock of medicine consists of necessities purchased in Kathmandu and Pokhara, and generous donations received from UK vets.

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The vehicles have been sign written in Nepali and English

In order to transport the animals we use two Mahindra Bolero pick-ups, customised to allow safe and comfortable journeys for driver, assistants and animals.

Staff use push bikes or a second-hand motorbike for quick local journeys around town.

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This tent is used as portable operating theatre for CNVR in outlying areas

On Catch Neuter Vaccinate Return (CNVR) visits to outlying areas, this purpose-made tent is used as a portable operating theatre where no permanent facilities are available


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We were honoured to have Chief District Officer, Mr Ganesh Raj Karki, cut the ribbon to declare our kennels open
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There are nine kennels in this new facility. These provide short-term stay for post-spaying patients where no community carer is available

We have a small clinic, office and 9 kennels in the DLSO (District Livestock Services Office) compound in the centre of Bharatpur.

This was built at HART's cost, but incurs no rental charges.

Click to view our  Bharatpur clinic location map