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Tour Leaders Peru is working hard to bring veterinary services to underserved areas of the world by providing direct veterinary care to animals, disaster response services for major national disasters, veterinary training, and education programs, and long-term capacity-building that improves the lives of animals, people, and the communities in which they live.

Our programs benefit a wide variety of animals on a global scale, including companion animals, working horses, livestock, wildlife, and street dogs. Cusco Peru, TLP Social Project’s work focuses on improving the health and welfare of Local People by responding to injured or stranded Animals and working to advance scientific knowledge and understanding to help protect and conserve the region’s critical Andean ecosystems.

TLPA recognizes the importance of the One Health concept in which the health of humans, animals, and their ecosystems are inextricably linked. Our programs help not only animals but also people and the communities in which they live.

Volunteer! Animals Shelter

We have just begun this new project, and with your assistance, we aim to achieve our goals quickly.

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Volunteer! The Porter Shelter.

When you visit the Andes and go on the Inca trail, you barely carry anything. It’s the Inca Trail Porters that do the entire job and take the load into their own hands. For roughly 4 days, they will carry everything for you, while also making sure that you have access to all the stuff and items you need.

Most tour operators seem to have overlooked an important aspect – the Porter Shelter. We have created a video that explains our Porter project and how it can benefit everyone involved. Check it out to learn more about our plans.

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Volunteer! Animals Shelter

Tour Leaders in Peru are able to improve the lives of many animals each year by providing free veterinary care through our dedicated volunteer force of over 100 individuals combined with financial support and in-kind donations.

Our volunteers have a wide range of skills, expertise, and experience. Our volunteer force is comprised of veterinarians, licensed and non-licensed technicians, pre-veterinary, veterinary, and technician students, as well as those who are simply animal lovers. All our volunteers are passionate about helping animals and the desire to make a difference.

Volunteer! Animals Shelter

Currently, TLPA has one established program to help animals:

1. Veterinary Field Service Programs

Small Animal spay/neuter and medical treatments
Equine and Donkey Welfare
Livestock and Animal Husbandry

2. Disaster Response Program

3. Andean Mammal Rescue and Response

4. Training Programs

5. Humanitarian Aid


TLPA Mission is to improve the quality of life of animals, people, and the environments in which they live by providing veterinary services, education, training, and emergency response Tour Leaders including work on companion animals, equids, livestock, wildlife, and Andean animals.

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TLPA’s vision is to create a world where all animals have access to skilled veterinary care.
We work in partnership with animal welfare groups, foreign governments, non-governmental organizations, agriculture, and public health officials, as well as, a wide variety of veterinary professionals in the countries where we provide service.


At the core of TLPA’s values is the belief that all animals deserve kindness and compassion. Although TLPA’s programs often focus on improving the lives of large populations of animals on a Local-scale, we never lose sight of how critically important it is to provide a profound level of kindness and excellent care to each individual animal. We also believe strongly in the One Health concept in which the health of animals, people, and the environment are inextricably connected to one another and thus we strive to not only help animals but also people and the communities in which they live.

W exists to improve the lives of animals in all region. We get things done with minimal bureaucracy and maximum impact. We value collaboration and partnerships with local partners to maximize efforts to improve animal welfare on a global scale. World Vets’ staff thrives in a dynamic and ever-changing environment and understands that growth and improvement require adaptability, flexibility, and innovation. We recognize and embrace diversity and cultural differences. We operates with a high level of integrity and we always strive to do the right thing and be true to our word.


Build the capacity of developing nation partner organizations to provide veterinary services through professional collaborations, service projects, and product donations.

Create opportunities for veterinary professionals to volunteer their skills and expertise for the benefit of underserved populations of animals in developing countries.

Provide training and educational opportunities in developing countries for veterinarians and students in the veterinary field while inspiring a desire to help less fortunate animals.

Contribute to the scientific understanding of veterinary issues impacting animals in developing countries.

Provide disaster relief worldwide in situations where animals are impacted

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As previously stated, our primary objective is to construct our shelter and subsequently enhance our social project for future generations.

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