What We Do

Our aim is the prevention of cruelty to animals and the provision of a place of safety and care for all animals in distress. SPCA work encompasses all animals, including wildlife, equine and farm animals, marine life and animals used for experimentation.

The Sandton SPCA serves the community in a variety of ways. We are a non-profit organization not funded by the government. We rely solely on the generosity of the public for financial support.

Inspectorate Department

Our Inspectorate Department deals with all cruelty reports as well as pre- and post-adoption home inspections, pet shop checks and pro-active work in general. Learn More

Animal Shelter

Situated in Marlboro Gardens, our Animal Shelter provides a safe home for stray, abandoned, rescued and unwanted cats and dogs. Learn More

Lost and Found

A peripheral service of the Sandton SPCA is to provide a “Lost & Found” service to the public for pets in the communities we serve. Learn More


Adoptions

We follow a strict procedure when homing our animals. Read more about the basic outline of the adoption procedure. Learn More

Emergencies 24/7

Should you be concerned about the welfare of an animal after hours please call us immediately. Call us!

Animal Cruelty

If you suspect that an animal has been abused, by someone you know or by a stranger, there are things you can do. Learn More


Mobile Clinic

Since February 2010 our state-of-the-art Mobile Clinic has allowed us to better serve our communities. Learn More

Youth & Education Programs

The Sandton SPCA is actively involved in providing opportunities for animal education and community engagement. Learn More

Volunteering

We currently have a dog walking volunteer program that runs on Saturday mornings from 09:00 until about 12:00. Learn More

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