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Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue (JBAR) was established in 2003 by Lin Chimes of Los Ayala, Nayarit, Mexico. Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue advocates humane and healthy practices for animals in the Jaltemba area by promoting health, education, spay and neutering, adoptions, foster care and positive relationships with animals and their owners. JBAR also works to find homes for street dogs and cats. This effort has significantly improved the overall health and enjoyment of life on Jaltemba Bay for human visitors, residents and also our four-legged friends.
Learn more below or visit the new Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue website.
To find out when the next JBAR Clinic will take place, please refer to the Jaltemba Bay Community Calendar.
To view and print the current clinic poster, click here.
Clinics Needs & Donations
Contributions of medical supplies, volunteer time, money and other resources are always needed. If you have extra space in your luggage, car or motor- home, please consider bringing some of these items down to Mexico with you:
Donations may be made through mail, direct deposit, email money transfer
or in person.
The Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue (JBAR) newsletter is published several times each year. If you would like to add your name to our mailing list and receive our monthly newsletters, email Lin Chimes below.
To view the JBAR Newsletter Archive, click here.
You can learn more about JBAR by reading these articles published on the Jaltemba Bay Life Blog:
Pet Information & Links
In February 2010, Dr. Malcolm Macartney and his vet team at the McKenzie Veterinary Services in Victoria, BC flew to Mexico for the first time. They had one goal in mind: to volunteer their time and talents at the JBAR clinic. During that clinic, 144 animals were spayed and neutered. In November 2010, Dr. Macartney returned. Because of the additional help from him and his team, the numbers increased to a whopping 203 animals. This was a new PEACE and JBAR record. One of his staff created these amazing videos during that last clinic. The videos feature Dr. Macartney's partnership with PEACE and JBAR, and is called The "Mexi-Can Project."
Going To The Dogs -- A story and photos of Celia and JBAR's animal shelter
For more information, contact Lin Chimes via the form below.