Cortez Rescue
& Outreach
Promoting Responsible Pet Ownership
Cortez Rescue
Promoting Responsible Pet Ownership
Los Barriles, BCS Mexico
Cortez Rescue
& Outreach
Promoting Responsible Pet Ownership
  • FB slide 09
  • slider 01
  • IMG_1112
  • slider 02
  • slider 03
  • FB slide 09
  • slider 01
  • IMG_1112
  • slider 02
  • slider 03
  • FB slide 09
  • slider 01
  • IMG_1112
  • slider 02
  • slider 03
Contact Us
Veterinarian Contacts

For opening hours and emergency contacts for local veterinarians in the Los Barriles area, see below:

Dr Cristobal Cosio

Clinic is located in Las Iguana Plaza (across first arroyo heading north of Los Barriles)
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 9.30am – 1.50pm and then 4.00pm – 7.00pm
Contact: +52 (1) 612-141-4261 and +52 (1) 612-159-1731
Out of hours emergency contact: +52 (1) 612-141-4261

Dr Gretel De La Torre

Clinic is in Las Cuevas, about 20 minutes south of Los Barriles on the road to San Jose del Cabo.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm.  Saturday 9.00am – 4pm.  Closed Sunday.
Contact: +52 (1) 624-129-5640
No out of hours emergency support.

Dr Jorge Bravo

The North Beach Clinic is located at the top of the North Beach RV Park (between the first and second arroyos north of Los Barriles).
Opening hours: Monday AND Wednesday: 10am – 2pm.
Contact: +52 (1) 624-122-5925
Dr Bravo is located in San Jose for the rest of the week.

Donate Today
save a life
About Us

Vision

To eradicate cruelty and mistreatment of animals in the East Cape region through education and community support.

 The Mission

To achieve our vision by promoting responsible pet ownership in the East Cape region through supporting spay and neuter activities, educational and community-focused programs and the treatment and re-homing of dogs where and when required.

 Strategic Approach

 

Cortez Rescue’s mission is underpinned by three strategic pillars:

  1. To support spay and neuter activities
  • By supporting existing organizations that already organize clinics across the East Cape.
  • When existing organizations are unable to provide activities, to establish ‘Cortez Rescue’ spay and neuter clinics.
  • To promote a culture of spay and neuter across the region through education.
  • To ensure that regular clinics are maintained by seeking financial support locally and further afield on an on-going basis.
  1. To create educational and community-focused programs
  • To develop school projects that can be tailored to all ages of children in the different schools.
  • To seek out and develop new partnerships with other groups and work in harmony for the good of the animals.
  • To work as a community together embracing all nationalities in order to deliver change from within.
  • To seek out and utilize best practice learnt from other groups across Baja – and further afield.
  1. To treat and re-home abandoned and mistreated animals where and when required
  • To accept into the care of Cortez Rescue those animals (dogs and cats) that are ownerless or mistreated or abandoned and care for them until they are healthy.
  • To re-home animals (dogs and cats) locally or further afield depending on local demand.
  • To seek the financial support of the local community and others across North America to achieve our mission.
  • To provide support to the local community who most need our help (in line with our Community Guidelines) in order to keep animals in their homes and cared for in order to avoid abandonment and mistreatment.

 Values

At all times, Cortez Rescue will live up to the following values in order to ensure professionalism, good team spirit and a culture of effectiveness:

  • Act in good faith where the needs of the animals are put first.
  • Practice high ethical standards in everything we do.
  • Value your colleagues and partner organizations and act professionally at all times.
  • Appreciate other team members for their different skill sets & expertise and enjoy learning from them.
  • Try to be the best at everything we do and set new standards for a non-profit in the region.
  • Remind one another that team work is how we will best serve our community and organization.
  • ‘Work smarter not harder’ in order to achieve our mission.
  • To respect local and national cultures and work with local communities appropriately.
About Us

Vision

To eradicate cruelty and mistreatment of animals in the East Cape region through education and community support.

 The Mission

To achieve our vision by promoting responsible pet ownership in the East Cape region through supporting spay and neuter activities, educational and community-focused programs and the treatment and re-homing of dogs where and when required.

 Strategic Approach

 

Cortez Rescue’s mission is underpinned by three strategic pillars:

  1. To support spay and neuter activities
  • By supporting existing organizations that already organize clinics across the East Cape.
  • When existing organizations are unable to provide activities, to establish ‘Cortez Rescue’ spay and neuter clinics.
  • To promote a culture of spay and neuter across the region through education.
  • To ensure that regular clinics are maintained by seeking financial support locally and further afield on an on-going basis.
  1. To create educational and community-focused programs
  • To develop school projects that can be tailored to all ages of children in the different schools.
  • To seek out and develop new partnerships with other groups and work in harmony for the good of the animals.
  • To work as a community together embracing all nationalities in order to deliver change from within.
  • To seek out and utilize best practice learnt from other groups across Baja – and further afield.
  1. To treat and re-home abandoned and mistreated animals where and when required
  • To accept into the care of Cortez Rescue those animals (dogs and cats) that are ownerless or mistreated or abandoned and care for them until they are healthy.
  • To re-home animals (dogs and cats) locally or further afield depending on local demand.
  • To seek the financial support of the local community and others across North America to achieve our mission.
  • To provide support to the local community who most need our help (in line with our Community Guidelines) in order to keep animals in their homes and cared for in order to avoid abandonment and mistreatment.

 Values

At all times, Cortez Rescue will live up to the following values in order to ensure professionalism, good team spirit and a culture of effectiveness:

  • Act in good faith where the needs of the animals are put first.
  • Practice high ethical standards in everything we do.
  • Value your colleagues and partner organizations and act professionally at all times.
  • Appreciate other team members for their different skill sets & expertise and enjoy learning from them.
  • Try to be the best at everything we do and set new standards for a non-profit in the region.
  • Remind one another that team work is how we will best serve our community and organization.
  • ‘Work smarter not harder’ in order to achieve our mission.
  • To respect local and national cultures and work with local communities appropriately.
Cortez-Rescue-Adopt-Frieda-01
Cortez-Rescue-Adopt-Frieda-01
About Us

Vision

To eradicate cruelty and mistreatment of animals in the East Cape region through education and community support.

 The Mission

To achieve our vision by promoting responsible pet ownership in the East Cape region through supporting spay and neuter activities, educational and community-focused programs and the treatment and re-homing of dogs where and when required.

 Strategic Approach

 

Cortez Rescue’s mission is underpinned by three strategic pillars:

  1. To support spay and neuter activities
  • By supporting existing organizations that already organize clinics across the East Cape.
  • When existing organizations are unable to provide activities, to establish ‘Cortez Rescue’ spay and neuter clinics.
  • To promote a culture of spay and neuter across the region through education.
  • To ensure that regular clinics are maintained by seeking financial support locally and further afield on an on-going basis.
  1. To create educational and community-focused programs
  • To develop school projects that can be tailored to all ages of children in the different schools.
  • To seek out and develop new partnerships with other groups and work in harmony for the good of the animals.
  • To work as a community together embracing all nationalities in order to deliver change from within.
  • To seek out and utilize best practice learnt from other groups across Baja – and further afield.
  1. To treat and re-home abandoned and mistreated animals where and when required
  • To accept into the care of Cortez Rescue those animals (dogs and cats) that are ownerless or mistreated or abandoned and care for them until they are healthy.
  • To re-home animals (dogs and cats) locally or further afield depending on local demand.
  • To seek the financial support of the local community and others across North America to achieve our mission.
  • To provide support to the local community who most need our help (in line with our Community Guidelines) in order to keep animals in their homes and cared for in order to avoid abandonment and mistreatment.

 Values

At all times, Cortez Rescue will live up to the following values in order to ensure professionalism, good team spirit and a culture of effectiveness:

  • Act in good faith where the needs of the animals are put first.
  • Practice high ethical standards in everything we do.
  • Value your colleagues and partner organizations and act professionally at all times.
  • Appreciate other team members for their different skill sets & expertise and enjoy learning from them.
  • Try to be the best at everything we do and set new standards for a non-profit in the region.
  • Remind one another that team work is how we will best serve our community and organization.
  • ‘Work smarter not harder’ in order to achieve our mission.
  • To respect local and national cultures and work with local communities appropriately.
Adopt Today
start a story
Adoptions
Since 2018
Cortez-Rescue-Dog-01
  • slider-07
  • slider-04
  • slider-05
  • slider-06
  • slider-08
  • slider-09
  • slider-07
  • slider-04
  • slider-05
  • slider-06
  • slider-08
  • slider-09
  • slider-07
  • slider-04
  • slider-05
  • slider-06
  • slider-08
  • slider-09