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Our Way of Working

Contributing to the conservation of the endemic wildlife of the Galapagos through the management of the domesticated animals’ population, health, and welfare to prevent competition, predation, and infectious disease transmission.

Our Approach

Pan Animalia is partnered with the Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS). Partnering with local charities, community rescue centres, and aiding governmental programmes allows us to be able to have a greater impact. We have a veterinary clinic that is based in the main town of Puerto Ayora whereby the programme provides vets to support the community and their animals. By managing the health and population of the domestic animals, we can protect the endemic wildlife and reduce the conflict of predation and competition that has been developing.


Galápagos Project

Our current project is centred in the Galapagos Islands whereby we have developed and built a veterinary program aimed at providing accessible and professional veterinary healthcare to the community whilst engaging with them in order to promote animal health and welfare.


Provide accessible and professional veterinary healthcare for domestic animal health and welfare.


Control the rate of domestic animal population growth and reduce their encroachment on endemic wildlife habitats.


Develop and promote education programmes locally within the community aimed at the responsibilities we have as animal owners and why managing their health and population is critical to the conservation of the Galapagos Islands.


Prevent the emergence of disease outbreak and reduce the number of infectious disease reservoirs.

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