Meet Dr Yin. She is one of 15 trainers who work to promote our Train the Trainer programme in collaboration with Vets for Compassion, Australia.
Dr Yin’s veterinary expertise is having an incredible influence on both the profession and on pet-owners in China. Train the Trainer is a programme that works through the ripple effect of teaching volunteer veterinary trainers the techniques they need for humane, good practice in their surgeries. In turn, these vets go on to train many other veterinarians in a variety of locations, therefore spreading critical education to improve the welfare of animals who receive treatment.
Dr Yin’s efforts have recently been recognised by the World Veterinary Association and Ceva and in May 2018, she received a well-deserved award for her contribution to animal welfare and protection.
Dr Yin is a professional who has worked tirelessly to promote the welfare of animals, both in her role as veterinary trainer and independently. She has explained and advocated the use of anaesthetic and analgesia to colleagues and pet owners, promoted the basic welfare needs of sentient beings, and has vaccinated many pets against rabies free of charge.
Congratulations, Dr Yin – a well-deserved accolade!
“I have worked with stray animal organisations applying TNR (Trap Neuter Release) to local stray animals. I hope in this way the government will understand that it’s feasible to control the number of stray animals with the help of sterilisation.” Dr Yin