Premier Mark Brantley congratulates Nevis Animal Speak for approval by University of Florida

Premier Mark Brantley congratulates Nevis Animal Speak for approval by University of Florida

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Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis: Premier of Nevis and Leader of the opposition of the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis – Mark Brantley, extended congratulations and expressed gratitude as the Nevis Animal Speak has been approved by the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine for an externship site.

Following this, the animal welfare organisation will become a site which will help in guiding and teaching future veterinarians, providing fame and name to the small island state.

The Nevis Animal Speak shared this news on its official social media platform and stated, “A BIG Step Forward! Yesterday, the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine approved Nevis Animal Speak as an externship site to help teach future veterinarians!”

It further stated that this is a huge step for our country as our charity clinic increases its international exposure. Nearly ten years ago, Nevis Animal Speak was founded on principal’s of education and now they will help teach future veterinarians as the organisation continue to provide best practices in small animal care.

While sharing an update regarding the future works and commencement of a new internship, the Nevis Animal Speak organisation conveyed, “We will welcome our first University of Florida externship student summer of 2023 and are grateful for the opportunity, acknowledgement, and confidence showed in our Nevis Animal Speak charity small animal clinic!”

The animal welfare organisation of the Nevis gathered praise from all sides after being approved by the University. Some of the people took it to the comment section and expressed pride, and extended congratulations towards the organisation.

One of the users noted, “Congratulations Nevis Animal Speak Team! What an incredible achievement,” while another stated, “Congratulations Nevis Animal Speak on this milestone.” The third one commented, “Awesome, Well Done!”