As part of its ongoing efforts to care for and address the medical conditions of the dogs
seized last week, the Department of Agriculture (DOA) on Tuesday, May 14, invited the senior
veterinarians from the three longest established Veterinary practices, Cayman Animal Hospital,
Island Veterinary services and The Vet Clinic, to consult with the DOA’s veterinary staff on the
veterinary care of these animals. The veterinarians met with the DOA’s team at the Animal
Rescue Shelter on Wednesday afternoon.
The Department’s Sales Section will resume its normal opening hours from Friday 4th January, 2019.
The Administrative Offices of the Department will be open from Monday to Friday, 8:30am—5:00pm. On the half-days stated, the Administrative Offices will be open, 8:30—12:30pm.
Emergency large animal vet calls can be made to 916-2218 during the hours that the office is closed.
Season's Greetings from the Management and Staff of the Department of Agriculture.
Published 20th December 2018, 3:42pm Press Release
The Department of Agriculture (DOA) is expressing its gratitude for the public’s positive response to its appeal for homes for 16 Shih Tzu breed dogs between one and three years old after they were rescued from a home in George Town recently.
The Department of Agriculture (DoA), in partnership with the Royal Cayman Islands Police (RCIPS) and HM Customs, has been actively engaged in investigating cockfighting complaints and urges the public to continue to report this illegal activity.
Published 7th September 2018, 2:59pm Press Release
The Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture's Animal Welfare and Control Services unit is responsible for monitoring and assisting with the prevention of cruelty to animals, however, the unit strongly relies on the people of the islands to be its eyes and ears in the community.
The Cayman Islands Philatelic Bureau, in conjunction with the Cayman Islands Department of Agriculture and the Ministry of Planning, Lands, Agriculture, Housing and Infrastructure is proud to issue a commemorative set of stamps celebrating the “50th Anniversary of Agriculture”.
As part of its mandate to facilitate the continued development of the Agriculture Sector, the Department of Agriculture has the responsibility of providing ongoing training interventions to address the needs of its clients, both famers and agri-business entrepreneurs.