Gauteng

AUGUST 1, 2017. Johannesburg Wildlife Vet. Penelope Morkel, Karin Lourens and Nicci Wright, pose for a picture with a small patient. Dr Karin Lourens plays surrogate mom to a five-week old baboon confiscated from a home in Randdfontein, where the family wanted to keep the animal as a pet. Lourens and other vets treat unusual animals found in urban areas. PHOTOGRAPH: ALON SKUY/THE TIMES

Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital

Dr Karin Lourens We are a dedicated wildlife ONLY veterinary hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa. Our aim is to improve the quality of treatment, survival rate and success rate of rehabilitation of small to

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Kyasands CVC

Dr Clare Speedy A group of animal lovers wanted to give back to the community and started the Cosmo/Kyasands clinic in 2011 with the help of SAVA. This will be our 8th year running.

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Pyramid CVC

Dr Chris Janisch Pyramid CVC was founded in 2016 in order to assist local communities. Being a smallholding area there are many needy pet owners who live in welfare villages, as well as the

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Vaal CVC

Dr Norman Datnow The Vaal CVC started off in 2013 serving the township of Bophelong and is there to build trust and promote health.  Dr Norman Datnow is the principal vet of the Vaal

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