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Blinded puppy with mangled face now living happily ever after

A puppy of around ten weeks old was brought to the Mdzananda Animal Clinic with a severe wound to his face. The entire side of his face was mangled. It looked like he had been electrocuted, possibly while chewing on an electrical wire. Sadly, his owners brought him for help quite some time after the injury had occurred and, as a result, the wound got infected. The infection had spread across the side of his face - skin was dying, one eye went blind and teeth had fallen out. The pup looked like a little Frankenstein. We named him Zee. Zee was admitted to our theatre where we stitched his wounds up as best as possible. This was not an easy job as the skin around the mouth kept dying mean

Pieces for Paws Charity Art Auction raises R100 000

On the 16th March Giving is Living, hosted their first Art Auction Fundraiser called Pieces for Paws, to raise funds for 3 animal organizations. (Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha, Wolwerivier Outreach Work and SANCCOB) Over 60 local and internationally recognized artists and sculptors took part in this event by donating their work to this cause. Over 80 Items in total were up for auction. The event took place at Atlantic Beach Country Club in Melkbosstrand where drinks and canapes were served followed by entertainment by Russell Fox- Magician Insane, Music by Steven Winter and the main auction itself with Auctioneer Joey Burke. Over R200,000 was raised through the auction and will

Downward Facing Adopt a Dog 3

Join the Mdzananda Animal Clinic and Lee-Ann Elliott Yoga for our 3rd Downward-Facing-Adopt-A-Dog event - an outdoor yoga class with homeless dogs. The aim - to find homeless dogs a loving family, to raise funds for Mdzananda Animal Clinic and for you to enjoy a yoga session with furry friends. With live music by Tombstone Pete, we will practice a gentle yoga flow in the beautiful De Waal Park. Be prepared to get a lick from a doggo during the class. All dogs joining will be up for adoption (maybe consider taking one home...) Yoga not your thing but you still want to meet the dogs up for adoption? No problem, come along. Place: De Waal Park Date: Saturday 13 April Registration: 10:

The story of Leonard

If you've been following us on social media you might have seen a boy named Leonard - a strong Staffordshire x Pit Bull x Africanis x awesome. Leonard was handed over to Mdzananda during 2018's festive season, just before Christmas when many community members went to the Eastern Cape. He was in good condition and a happy boy but confused. Why was he all of a sudden in a strange place instead of his home all of a sudden? Being a fighting breed we kept him separate from our stray dog pack as our pack is not the best set up for fighting breeds. Leonard was kept in his own kennel and, after two months, became very depressed. He wanted to play, have space to move around and he desperately wan

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