Sutures and surgical gloves are three times more expensive in Mexico than anywhere else. To help, ask your local veterinarian offices for expired items (such as tick and flea medication) or anything else they would like to donate.
See the list below for medical and non-medical supplies we can use, and also our Amazon Wishlist where supplies may be donated directly.
Medical Supplies Needed:
Non-Medical Supplies Needed:
Local animal groups in Mexico and the Caribbean are in constant need of kennels. The average kennel costs approximately $150. The kennels are used in two ways:
Clinics CANDi works with local animal groups in Mexico and the Caribbean with ongoing sterilization clinics. Donated kennels are used to keep the dogs and cats safe before and after surgery. At some clinics we do an average of 100 animals a day and kennels are a key part to making this happen.
How you can help?
Our partnership with Air Transat allows us to send kennels for free from any major city in Canada to any of Air Transat’s sunny destinations in Mexico or the Caribbean. View these destinations at www.airtransat.com.
The next time you are traveling to Cancun or any other Air Transat destination and you want to bring a kennel(s), we will arrange it so the kennel will be sent at no charge to you.