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Paws on the Promenade - Dog Walk Fundraiser

Humans and four legged friends are invited to strut their stuff along the Sea Point promenade. It's Paws on the Promenade time. Join Mdzananda in partnership with Vondi's Holistic Pet Nutrition for our annual fundraiser dog walk along one of Cape Town's most scenic routes. Buy your tickets now at www.qkt.io/pawsonprom2019 The 5 km walk will be from the Mouille Point lighthouse to the Sea Point swimming pool and back. Various shorter turnaround points are available for old or struggling pets (and humans). 17 March 2019 Mouille Point Lighthouse Registration starts 8am Walk starts 9am R50 pp / R50 pdog / R25 kids under 12 Goodie bags for the first 200 dogs to arrive Wear something orange or dre

The 'Fence Project' prevents beloved pet from being rehomed

On the second of January a lady brought her dog to Mdzananda to hand him over. Her house didn't have a fence around the yard and, as a result, her dog lived on a chain. Children had thrown firecrackers at her dog and, out of fear for the dog's safety, she decided it would be better to hand him over to Mdzananda. She arrived at the clinic in tears. She clearly loved her dog very much but felt she had no choice but to hand him over to protect him. This is when Dr Brian, our senior veterinarian, came up with the Fence Project. Dr Brian and the Mdzananda staff decided to try a pilot Fence Project - we offered to keep the woman’s dog and to build a wooden pallet fence around her yard. Once the

No longer wanted because she was "ugly"

Roxy was brought to Mdzananda after her owner accidentally drove over her. She had been under or behind the car when it left the yard. Both her front legs and jaw were fractured in the accident. Her owner brought her to Mdzananda where we treated her for almost four weeks. She was a wonderful patient and her injuries healed very well - so much so that she could walk perfectly again - one could hardly believe that she had had broken legs. Roxy was discharged from our hospital and sent back home - the accident was not intentional and her owners cared for her. However, things changed. When Roxy arrived home her owners no longer wanted her. They said that she was now "too ugly" due to the s

#BeMyValentine - Sponsor to love me

This month of love meet our wagging handsome bachelors and super sexy bachelorettes. Let them #BeYourValentine and sponsor to show them love. In this month of love we’ll be featuring one of our singles each day on our Facebook and Instagram pages. You can sponsor your favourite to show them love this February. You can also meet them on our website's adoption page. R50 - Get rid of those nasty fleas and ticks – we want cuddles instead R100 – Have your Valentine vaccinated to keep them healthy and strong R200 – Spoil your Love with delicious food for two weeks R450 – Give your valentine great meals for a whole month R500 – Spay or neuter your Valentine – love is enough, no babies needed Al

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