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Rescued emaciated Pit Bull is now on a happier path

March 2016 - A distressed Khayelitsha community member contacted the Mdzananda Animal Clinic to report the abuse of a Pit Bull. The Pit Bull was being used for breeding by a family member. She was emaciated and neglected. The food she was receiving was not enough to feed her or her puppies who were only four weeks old and still drinking from her. The distressed Facebook message read, “Please help. This dog is being abused and neglected.” Horrific pictures of the Pit Bull girl followed. [if gte vml 1]><v:shapetype id="_x0000_t75" coordsize="21600,21600" o:spt="75" o:preferrelative="t" path="m@4@5l@4@11@9@11@9@5xe" filled="f" stroked="f"> <v:stroke joinstyle="miter"></v:stroke> <v:formulas

2017 Calendar Special!

Was R150 now R100 We have extra stock and we want you to enjoy it! Get your paws on our awesome 2017 calendar now at a reduced in price! Be blown away by the most beautiful photographs of Khayelitsha community members and their pets. Contact to get your reduced price calendar!

What lies ahead for 2017?!

With a new year upon us we have set ourselves some goals for 2017. If all goes well we hope to see these goals become a wonderful realisation! Release our very first annual report to the public Very first external financial management assessment by RSM Develop and implement a Child Puppy education program Have a bi-weekly education column in the community newspaper Extended outreach and education program developed Complete construction of phase 1 and 2 of our new runs Implementation of AVImark veterinary management program for case management Recruit a celebrity patron to support Mdzananda Recruit new funding to replace core funder's exit Initiate a reserve back up fund If you would like to

A Bow Wow new year, we are ready!

It's a NEW YEAR and we are ready to make it a great one! We had a really great fiscal year last year in which we treated 6857 pets. This included 2820 pets in our consultation rooms, 1005 pets in our hospital, 1720 pets in our mobile clinics and 1312 theatre operations. Our primary health care services ensured that we sterilized 1054 pets, administered 2616 vaccinations, 2574 dewormers and 2585 flea and tick treatments. In 2017 we hope to be able to treat many more wonderful animals and assist their human companions. If you would like to support us on our journey in 2017 we encourage you to become a Paw Member and contribute a monthly donation towards these health care costs. Here is

Introducing Cindy, Mdzananda's newest resident dog

Hello Mdzananda Friends I would like to introduce myself - my name is Cindy. I arrived at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic at the end of 2016 when my owners handed me over as they could no longer look after me. Something must be special about me because the staff at the Mdzananda Animal Clinic fell in love with me. They played with me, kissed me and cuddled me. And then they gave me really good news! I had been officially adopted into the Mdzananda Animal Clinic family as the newest and (currently) only resident dog. I am really excited to be a resident pet. Resident pets are adopted by the clinic staff and the clinic becomes their forever home. My job at Mdzananda is to welcome all the

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