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Humansdorp CVC

Principal Vet    Dr Anthony Davis Operates in    Eastern Cape

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We serve the Humansdorp area, covering Jeffrey’s Bay, Gamtoos area, Thornhill, Loerie, Patensie/Hankey, Cape St Francis and St Francis Bay, up to Eersteriivier/Kareedouw and into the Tsitsikamma. The bulk of our work is large animal dairy work, but we also have a full-time vet dedicated to small animal practice.

Our practice borders on Arcadia and Kruisfontein. We serve this coloured community and charge reduced rates for vaccinations and basic treatments. Kwanomzane township is also within walking distance of our practice, and we offer reduced rates to these clients too.

The welfare needs in the area are great. We provide a service to the SPCA and to St Francis Animal rescue. The ‘catchment’ area for the SPCA is large, so dogs are collected from the entire Kouga region, including Thornhill, Loerie, Haney and up to Joubertina.

Humansdorp CVC Principal Vet
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Ikhala CVC

Principal Vet    Dr Emily Baxter & Dr Kim Wiggill Operates in    Eastern Cape

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Ikhala vet clinic’s vision is to eventually be able to provide basic veterinary services to about 8 or 9 small communities which are lying in amongst the numerous private game reserves in our area. We are a mixed clinic with a wildlife component with a strong vision and passion for conservation and one health.

We would like to be able to spend time circulating through the numerous communities, and provide them each with education, sterilizations and basic vet care..

We have so far this year had access to the Seven Fountains community associated with the Laibela game reserve (who have funded most of the consumables) just outside of Grahamstown and the Alicedale community.
We try and create a “constant presence” by spending every Wednesday afternoon in one of the communities.

We are small and limited with funding at this time but have a massive vision and the passion for it. So really pleased to be able to have support from SAVC and other CVC’s doing similar work around the country. We soon hope to find the funding to do more!

Ikhala CVC Principal Vet
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Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital

Principal Vet    Dr Karin Lourens Operates in    Gauteng

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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 medium sized indigenous South-African wildlife. We are the first of its kind in Gauteng and our vision is that our hospital will grow to such an extent that it will become a world class facility which will serve as a teaching hospital for veterinary students interested in treating wildlife. We will be working closely with wildlife rehabilitation specialist, Nicci Wright, to ensure all our patients get the best possible care during and after their stay in our hospital.

Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital Principal Vet
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John Moore CVC

Principal Vet    Dr Marianne van der Mescht Operates in    Western Cape

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Kariega CVC

Principal Vet    Dr Marette Dreyer Operates in    Eastern Cape

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Kenton-on-Sea is a small coastal town almost half way between Port Elizabeth and East London. Towns are roughly 25km from each other. The SPCA in our neighbouring town (25km) has a very large area to cover. In 2015 and 2018 we had significant outbreaks of Distemper Virus. With the ever increasing need for more community involvement the practice finally joined the CVC.

After registering with SAVA-CVC in January we aimed our first community project for 14 February 2019 – “Spreading the Love”. We were so lucky to have The Kariega Foundation involved with this project as they had a very enthusiastic team volunteering their time with organizing people and dogs, supplying TLC and managing our dip bath.

Our aims for 2019 is to do similar days on the neighbouring townships of Marselle and Klipfontein and to organize a sterilization day (or two) this year!

Kariega CVC Principal Vet
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