"If you do not have patience you cannot make beer."

- Ovambo proverb

 

A vet since 1999, Founder and CEO of the international animal charities Worldwide Veterinary Service and Mission Rabies, tv star of Sky One’s Vet Adventures, featured on Animal Planet and Nat Geo, Luke is an entrepreneur, author, adventurer and much more...

From rabies to rhinos, Luke’s projects are as ambitious as they are fun, read more about Luke’s work, get inspired and get involved. No vision is too small - with the right team - anything is possible!  

Picure of Luke Gamble with dog. Picure of Luke Gamble performing surgery on cat.

Luke Gamble was listed in the Independent on Sunday New Year’s list of 101 Most Inspirational Great Britons. 

Driven to make his mark on the world, Luke has raised over £6m for his charity work and is passionate about fighting for causes in which he believes. Practice principal and founder of Pilgrims Veterinary Practice in the New Forest, Luke combines his profession with his passion as he works internationally to champion animal welfare in places which need it most.

About Luke

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Luke's Latest Campaigns & News

Catch anything

Vaccinating 60,000 street dogs in 30 days – no messing about there. 500 people from 14 different countries driving things...
Worldwide Veterinary Service

At the frontline of animal welfare. WVS goes where no one else will.

About WVS
Mission Rabies

One child dies from rabies every nine minutes. Let’s change that.

About Mission Rabies

Luke’s Books!

“Luke Gamble is a West Country treasure...like Dr Doolittle but real” - Martin Clunes

Luke’s first two books chart his career to date - funny, engaging and warm. Highly reviewed, they draw you into Luke’s chaotic world of mad animals, quirky characters and crazy quests. A must have for animal lover or aspiring vet. 

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Two of Luke Gamble's books - 'The Vet - The big wild world' and 'The Vet - My wild and wonderful friends'.

RT : Winner of Charity/Social Enterprise Category is World Veterinary Service

8:22AM - 22 Nov 2016