MEDIA RELEASE ISSUED BY THE SPCA TSHWANE DATE OF RELEASE: 1 JULY 2019 MEDIA RELEASE: PET SAFETY TIPS FOR COLD WEATHER The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Tshwane would like to give some pet safety tips for the cold winter. “You are probably...read more
Owing to a large number of animals, and specifically stray and surrendered dogs that were taken in over the last few months, we have been battling a serious Canine Distemper outbreak at our Waltloo branch. Distemper is a serious airborne virus that spreads rapidly...read more
Bolt was viciously attacked by other dogs just after Christmas 2018. When he was admitted to Waltloo clinic, he was unable to stand, collapsed and in shock. His owner was distraught. Both his front legs as well as his head and neck were severely macerated, and his...read more
This sweet little Boston Terrier cross was surrendered to the SPCA in late 2018. Unfortunately, he suffered from the disease called Parvovirus also known as “Katgriep”. The disease carries a very poor prognosis, and many unvaccinated puppies die from it. Our...read more
QUARANTINE: CANINE DISTEMPER AT WALTLOO BRANCH (18 January 2019) Owing to the large number of animals, and specifically stray and surrendered dogs, we have taken in over the last few weeks we have been battling a potential full-on Canine Distemper outbreak at our...read more
When animals are exposed to high temperatures, they are vulnerable to dehydrating or suffering from severe stress. In order to prevent this pet owners should start preparing to protect their pets from the heat in advance. The most effective way to help animals in hot...read more
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Tshwane (Tshwane SPCA) inspectors are bracing themselves for an increase in animal casualties as the festive season approaches. In a bid to curb the annual numbers of casualties, the Tshwane SPCA is warning the...read more
Are you planning to give a pet to somebody for Christmas? Think carefully, says The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Tshwane (Tshwane SPCA), which received hundreds of unwanted pets after Christmas last year. Surely you have passed a pet shop window...read more
Support Tshwane SPCA this Mandela Day on 18 July, 2018. Book today.read more
This year Tshwane SPCA will once again embark on a Community Outreach Sterilisation Drive of companion animals (cats and dogs).read more
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