Interspecies friendships like this are common among the clinic’s residents and patients.
PETA’s one-of-a-kind clinic is the only facility in Petra that’s offering free veterinary treatment for animals like this donkey.
The clinic's resident dogs might be taking it easy, but elsewhere staff are busy tending to patients and preparing the clinic for winter.
This handsome donkey is happy for the medical care and affection he's getting from the clinic staff.
After weeks of medical treatment, Buzz's wounds are almost entirely healed and he's able to stand on his own. Rather than returning him to his owner, we paid a small sum of money to keep him safe forever.
One of the clinic's patients peeks over his cubicle inside the clinic.
Buzz, a young donkey, arrived at the clinic with a host of health issues and wounds, including a large Taser burn on his shoulder.
The clinic helped this donkey foal by removing the wire that bound his legs together.
One of the clinic’s donkey patients relaxes in the rehab yard.
The clinic’s mobile unit is treating this horse for an infected joint on her front left leg.
The clinic’s mobile unit goes into the gorges and other areas surrounding Petra to ensure that as many animals as possible get the medical care they need.
This underweight horse is finally getting plenty to eat, thanks to the clinic.