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Our work to alleviate the suffering of hundreds of donkeys, horses, camels, and other desperate animals in Petra is life-changing.
One-of-a-kind Clinic Helps Countless Animals

Animals are suffering in the ancient city of Petra, Jordan, and after an investigation in which witnesses saw frequent abuse of donkeys, camels, horses, and other animals and no way to help them, PETA opened up a clinic—free to the public—to treat the animals and feed those who are starving.

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1,000 Donkeys and Counting!

Help arrives for hundreds of donkeys once forced to work in the “Lost City” of Petra.

To report a situation involving an animal in immediate danger in Petra, please contact the Petra Veterinary Clinic.
Please stay with the animal until help arrives in order to make sure that he or she is properly tended to.

To report the emergency, please call +962 780632240