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Lameness Is Common Among Animals Forced to Work

PETA’s clinic treats donkey Qamis for lameness.

Petra’s Mechanization Project

As PETA’s clinic in Petra, Jordan, gives much-needed medical attention to the many animals forced to carry tourists around the Petra Archaeological…

How Could Anyone Do This to a Donkey?

A donkey’s health is improving each day, thanks to the expert care of Dr. Hassan at PETA’s clinic in Petra.

PETA Praises Government: Electric Carts to Replace Horses at Petra

Petra Development and Tourism Regional Authority will launch a fleet of 20 eco-friendly electric vehicles to replace horse-drawn carriages.

PETA’s Donkey-Feeding Program Essential in Jordan

A new article from Agence France-Presse talks about PETA’s clinic and reveals that hundreds of donkeys are still at risk of starvation…

Injured Horse Is Healing and Retired!

The PETA-supported clinic in Petra, Jordan treated a horse’s injured hind leg, and it also ensured that she’ll never be forced to haul heavy loads again.

Clinic Updates: See What All the Buzz Is About!

PETA’s clinic in Petra, Jordan, is buzzing with activity!

PETA’s Clinic Treats Working Animals in Petra

‘The Jordan Times’ has published a terrific piece on PETA’s free veterinary clinic in Petra that treats hundreds of animals every month.

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