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June 2, 2017

18 July is soon approaching! It’s Father's Day - the time of the year where we show our father's how much they mean to us. Don’t have any gift ideas yet? Don’t worry! We have put together a lovely Father's Day e-card for you.

An e-card represents one sterilization of a...

May 19, 2017


Cindy, a Staffie cross, arrived at Mdzananda as an unwanted pet. She had an old leg injury giving her the cutest bent hind legs. Mdzananda has always had resident pets who live at the clinic and are part of the family. There has been Liquorice, Thandi, Ruby, Bones, A...

May 12, 2017


They say cats choose their owners and Ginger was no exception. Ginger was initially seen frequenting the clinic garden. He was extremely scared and we were unable to catch him. From what we could see he had an injury which looked like a burn wound down one side of hi...

April 27, 2017

As many of our Mdzananda friends already know we received notice in 2015 that our main funder (covering 60% - 70% of our expenses) will, due to the economic circumstances, start to withdraw their funding until full exit in 2020.

This financial year funding was reduced...

April 20, 2017

Helping a Khayelitsha dog who struggles to give birth

March 24, 2017

Paws on the Promenade Dog Walk Fundraiser hosted by Mdzananda Animal Clinic in partnership with Vondi's Holistic Pet Nutrition. Paws and Humans enjoyed the 5km scenic route along the Sea Point Promenade in support of animal welfare.

March 22, 2017

Our second annual Paws on the Promenade Dog Walk fundraiser took place on the 19th of March. A total of 367 humans and 271 dogs took part in the event.

February 22, 2017

You and your pooch are invited to Paws on the Promenade Dog Walk fundraiser. Join in the fun as dogs and humans strut their stuff along the promenade all in support of the Mdzananda Animal Clinic, Khayelitsha. Humans without dogs are welcome too.

Starting point: Mouil...

January 31, 2017

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 fee...

January 6, 2017

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 operation...

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