Talks about Animal Welfare in the country has skyrocketed during the pandemic, with the number of smaller animal shelters, advocates and individuals posting impactful messages against animal cruelty and negligence on social media. The need for rescuing affected animals has also increased and in one statement made by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), “Animal homelessness has reached a crisis point in the Philippines.,” PETA
senior vice president of campaigns Jason Baker said.

Driven to change the animal welfare status in the country, Biyaya Animal Care, a new player in the animal care industry has repurposed their meaning to veterinary services by launching their #AlagangBiyaya campaign – integrating veterinary services with a cause that benefits animal welfare.

“Veterinary care is almost the same for all, the only difference is that we are in the business to earn for the cats and dogs in need that we also service.” said Rina Ortiz, the founder of Biyaya Animal Care.

Biyaya Animal Care started its operations in Katarungan St. Plainview, Mandaluyong, providing spay, neuter, consultation and other veterinary services that’s budget friendly for the regular Juan. The organization has recently opened its 1st class veterinary clinic at Rockwell, Makati, a second clinic that boasts high end equipment for consultation, diagnostics and treatment of
small animals.

Apart from veterinary services, Biyaya Animal Care also provides Trap Neuter Vaccinate Return (TNVR) and Adoption Programs, as well as helps in rescuing cats and dogs in need. The
organization currently shelters a total of 700 rescues across 7 different locations in Luzon – 2 in
Manila, 2 in Cavite, 2 in Tanay and 1 in Baguio.

Biyaya Animal Care, Giving a New Purpose to Veterinary and Animal Care
A trained catcher of Biyaya Animal Care rescued this poor dog from neglect and was transported back to their Katarungan clinic for check-up, treatment and later on neutering.

“Lahat kami iisa ang layunin, hindi lang ang mag gamot o pahabain pa ang buhay ng mga alagang hayop, kundi tulungan din ang mga nasa kalsada, mga homeless na aso at pusa. Ginagawa namin ang lahat para sa pangarap na magkaroon ng Stray Free at Rabies Free na bansa sa 2030.” said Dr. Joden Sumeldan, Veterinary Head of Biyaya Animal Care. Biyaya Animal Care has indeed given a whole new meaning to veterinary services, adding a heart to their business in hopes of having a better tomorrow for cats and dogs.

Those interested to experience #AlagangBiyaya by having their pets checked, confined, spayed or neutered may contact Biyaya Animal Care at 0917-543-3444 or 0917-892-8489. Every service you avail is a step towards the fulfillment of their dream for a #StrayFreeRabiesFree2030.

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