Sarah Wexler, Founder and Veterinary Nurse (RVN)
Sarah Wexler qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2012 from AVT, a private veterinary nursing college in Australia. Having previously completed many hours of clinical experience in the field she knew veterinary nursing was her calling.
In 2015, she found herself in Nepal during the earthquake disaster and was overwhelmed by the demand for (and lack of) veterinary care the earthquake left in its wake. Sarah founded Go Pawesome to be able to provide veterinary care to animals across Asia through strategically placed volunteer programs. She hopes that through these programs she can provide veterinary care to the animals not only in Asia, but eventually, around the globe.
Sarah also believes it is super important to educate tourists in the best ways to support cruelty free and ethical business practices when traveling overseas. Often tourists unknowingly participate in animal exploitation and cruelty by supporting a business that only cares about making money, and not the welfare of the animals under their care.
Sarah considers herself an advocate for animal welfare, a prominent member of the vegan community and a world traveler. She has more then 15 years and 35 countries tucked under her belt. Ask her for advice on “the best ofs” for almost any country and she’ll give you the answer of an experienced traveler!
Learn more about Sarah’s past accomplishments and the veterinary projects she has participated in during her career.