In the lush, verdant heart of Dominica, a humble hero walks among us. Not with a cape, but with a wagging tail and a nose for adventure: Cleopatra, the Dominica’s first and only search and rescue dog. Unlike her German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois counterparts, typically renowned for their strength and agility in rescue work, Cleo was a testament to the incredible potential that lies beyond breed stereotypes. Found by St. Nicholas Animal Rescue as a stray, sick and abandoned, Cleo’s journey began with a chance encounter with Dr. Golnaz Naderkhani, a rescue dog trainer with professional experience in Canada. Dr. Naderkhani, founder of St. Nicholas Animal Rescue, recognized Cleo’s innate talent and unwavering spirit, seeing in her the potential to become a hero.
INTRODUCTIONAs dog owners, we strive to provide our furry companions with a healthy and happy life. However, just like humans, dogs can be susceptible to various diseases. Understanding common dog diseases, their symptoms, and implementing
Introduction The bond between humans and animals has existed for centuries, transcending cultural and societal boundaries. This unique connection, known as the human-animal bond, brings immense joy, companionship, and numerous health benefits to both parties
Thanks to months of preparations and volunteering of all at St Nicholas Animal Rescue and St. Nicholas University, along with hard work of Dr. Shelley Jensen, Wings of Rescue – Ric and pilots Angela &
When you think a CEO or President’s office, you imagine luxury carpet, opulent leather armchairs, elegant lighting, fancy paintings and a classy cabinet dominating back wall. When I entered SNU President’s office I was shocked
Once again SNU – the Eastern Caribbean’s only Veterinary University opened today its door in Morne Daniel to its new group of students.As the international COVID situation stabilizes, in addition to Dominica students this semester
As our President Dr Naderkhani is touring British Columbia, Canada, to visit in person clinics and hospitals offering students of SNU their clinical rotations (an important part of finishing their DVM studies) we would like