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Free teleradiology reports for rescued sea turtles

VetCT is providing free teleradiology reports and specialist advice for rescued sea turtles

Wildlife charities, zoos and clinics around the world are invited to sign up to receive free advice from VetCT’s team of experts to help with the treatment and
rehabilitation of sick and injured sea turtle species.

VetCT includes a team of exotics experts to advise on sea turtle diagnostic imaging and management.

To date, clinics, zoos and aquariums in North America, Australia, South Africa and Europe have registered to use the free service.

Dr Victoria Johnson, VetCT CEO and radiologist, says: “We are delighted to be working with partners globally to provide free access to our services for rescued sea turtles.

“Sustainability is a guiding principle in all we do at VetCT, and supporting this key marine species is vital for the future health of many delicate marine ecosystems.

“Following the stories of these wonderful turtles to final release is also incredibly rewarding.”

In addition to providing veterinary support, VetCT has also been raising awareness through hosting in person and online sea turtle talks, running company-wide events to reduce plastic pollution and fundraising for Wildlife Vets International, which supports conservation projects for sea turtles and other endangered species.

Organisations, clinics and charities wishing to access these free services should visit can register by emailing the team at Vet CT.

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