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Mdzananda Animal Clinic enters its new Financial Year Our progress, challenges, joys and hopes

Can you believe it!? Another year has flown by and we find ourselves at the start of our new financial year. We at Mdzananda would like to share our wonderful year with you. We hope that you enjoy reading about some of the things that we got up to and hope to have you standing by our sides again in the year ahead. 30th June 2016 marked the end of Mdzananda’s financial year. The past 12 months took us through a period of reaffirmation and discovery, identification and development. Even though we are still in the process of as sessing our year end progress and challenges we have put together some information for you based on the advancement of our strategic plan and strategic directions. Th

A Sunday morning at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic

Picture: Nic Bothma / EPA I arrived at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic on a Sunday morning. The sounds of Khayelitsha filled the air - several church services in full swing as congregations belted out songs of love and praise. It opened my heart to hear strong African voices singing with such devotion. People were washing cars, hanging out at the spaza sharing drinks and conversation. Dogs were wandering around in a lazy fashion. People were relaxed. It was hard to imagine anything wrong with the world. It was a good morning with perfect conditions. I was greeted at the gate by AJ, Cutie and Rex the resident clinic dogs who were sun drunk with panting smiling faces. Moving to the hospital I beg

South Africa Spotlight: Building kennels on International Mandela Day

About 130 people honoured Mandela Day by building kennels for the pets of Khayelitsha at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic. Every year, International Mandela Day calls people across the world to take 67 minutes out of their day to make the world a better place.Mandela Day is a celebration of South Africa’s late president Nelson Mandela’s Birthday. Mr Mandela spent 67 years in public service making South Africa and the world a better place. “Take action, inspire change, make every day a Mandela Day” is the official Mandela Day slogan. About 130 people did just that by spending their time building kennels for the pets of Khayelitsha at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic on the 16thand 18th of July. This wa

Books for Woofs Book Collection Drive

We are looking for books to sell at our Cavendish Square Book Sale at the end of August. Please donate books of all categories, old or new, we will take it all. Children's books, cooking, classics, novels, hobbies, non fiction etc, we will sell any category. You can drop them off at: - Mowbray veterinary clinic, 84 Durban Road - Sea Point, 2a Pavilion Place, 281 Beach Road (24h security) - 4 Bay Beach Ave, Sunset Links, Milnerton (contact Gretha to arrange time 083 450 4563) - Melody Ridge, Sonstraal Heights, Durbanville (Contact Kerry-Lee to arrange time 082 297 6048) - 59 Disa Road, Gordons Bay (contact Valery or Cheryll on 021 856 3554) - Hillside Veterinary Clinic, 14 Bay View Rd,

Spike's fractured jaw

Spike, a white Ridgeback cross boy, was a motor vehicle accident victim. When he was brought to Mdzananda his owners told us that a neightbour’s dog attacked him but after some further investigation we found that the neighbour's car knocked him over and his jaw got fractured. They were scared to report the truth of the accident as they were scared their neighbours would get into trouble. The fracture was so bad that we considered a specialist to operate on him but our great Dr Brian knew that he could help this poor boy. After taking an x-ray to examine the break he was taken into surgery. Our veterinarians managed to put one piece of the jaw back together but the jaw was still out of a

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