It’s all in a days work for the Sandton SPCA inspectors – from confiscating neglected dogs to saving chickens from a hawker.
If you are thinking about adopting a senior dog we think you are marvellous, But there are some things you should know before you do. It’s not the same as adopting a puppy, so we want you to be prepared.
There are always adorable animals at the Sandton SPCA . . . please adopt from us and encourage your family and friends to do the same.
If you love reading and are always on the lookout for great books, you’ll find a broad and excellent range – for all ages and tastes.
It’s always comforting to hear that someone has remembered their pets in their Will. After all, like young children, animals also need willing and able guardians if their owner passes away.
During Zara’s long rehabilitation, many people asked how they could help. In the absence of government funding, donations are always appreciated.
How Amy had managed to survive remains a mind-boggling mystery. She was literally skin and bone when she arrived at the Sandton SPCA.
German Shepherd, Zara arrived at our kennels in a shocking state: thin, depressed and suffering from severe mange. Something in her spirit compelled us to do everything we could to nurse her back to health.
If you’re one of the kind souls who showed their support for Scotty through a donation, thank you! The good news is, Scotty was adopted by a loving family.
Sharpen your wits and brush up on your general knowledge: it’s Pub Quiz Mania time!