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Animal Welfare and Rehabilitation Print E-mail
01 June 2007

Johannesburg SPCA
The Johannesburg Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) has been serving the greater Johannesburg area since 1902.  It is a registered non-profit, public benefit, non-government organization.

Johannesburg SPCA's Education and Outreach Programme is currently involved in information transfer and community empowerment programmes related to Primary Animal Health Care in resource poor areas on an ongoing basis. The programme includes an intensive outreach sterilisation project.  Animals from various areas are vaccinated, dewormed, dipped and collected for sterilization. 

The Johannesburg SPCA inspectors are available 24 hours a day for any injured stray animals and respond to various complaints regarding abused, abandoned or neglected animals.  If in your opinion, the physical and/or emotional well being of any animal is compromised in any way, please do not hesitate to contact our inspectorate department who are more than willing to assist you.

The JSPCA Veterinary hospital provides subsidised veterinary treatment for animals whose owners cannot afford the service of a private veterinarian.  Animals treated are from all areas in the Greater Johannesburg area and beyond.  The SPCA only recovers a fraction of the operating costs of the JSPCA hospital from service charges.

The JSPCA‚ kennels are a place of love and safety for over 300 homeless, sick, unwanted and abused animals. It is an ongoing struggle to find homes for all of the animals, and until a suitable home is found for the animal, it is our responsibility to care for them.
 


 
Johannesburg SPCA
5 Benray Road
Reuven
Tel: 011 681-3600
Fax: 011 681-3660
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website: www.jhbspca.co.za
 



Kennel hours for claiming and adopting: Monday to Friday 09h00 to 16h00, Saturday 09h00am to 13h00, Sunday 10h00 to 12h00.

Veterinary Hospital hours: Mondays to Fridays 9h00-12h00 and 16h00-17h30, Saturdays 9am to 12pm and 09h00-10h30 Sundays for emergencies only.
 
Midrand SPCA
This SPCA facility has kennels only, where lost, abandoned and stray animals are offered for claiming and for adoption.

6 Dale Road, Glen Austin
Midrand
Tel: 011 265 9935
Fax: 011 265 9937
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Opening hours: Kennels are open Mondays to Thursdays from 8am to 4.30pm, Fridays 8am to 4pm and Saturdays 9am to midday.

Randburg SPCA
This SPCA concentrates on investigating cases of cruelty, with qualified inspectors monitoring and responding to reports of animals being mistreated. It also serves as a pound for Randburg. Stray animals - pets or livestock - are housed there and can be claimed within 96 hours; they are also available for adoption. If an injured stray is brought in it is treated by local vets, but there is no hospital on the premises and people may not bring their animals to this SPCA for treatment.


229 Northumberland Avenue
North Riding
Tel: 011 462 1610
Fax: 011 462 2659
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Opening Hours: Kennel hours for claiming and adopting are from Mondays to Fridays 8.30am - 4pm and on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm. The shelter is closed on Sundays and public holidays.

Roodepoort SPCA
This SPCA runs an extensive educational programme and hospital where sterilisation is performed in the morning on cats and dogs belonging to members of the public who cannot afford standard veterinary fees, and ill or injured animals are treated here in the afternoon, where vaccination and de-worming are also performed. Stray, lost or abandoned animals are housed in the Roodepoort SPCA shelter. Inspectors regularly visit homes, factories, businesses, abandoned lots, abattoirs, circuses and zoos, and any other venue where reports have been received of maltreatment of animals.


Nadine Street
Maraisburg
Tel: 011 672 0448
Fax: 011 672 2918
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Opening Hours: Kennel hours for claiming and adoption are from Mondays to Fridays 8am to 4.30pm, Saturdays 9am to 2pm, while it is closed on Sundays. Kennel hours for sterilisation are from Mondays to Friday 7.30am to 8pm. For other medical problems hospital hours are Mondays to Fridays 8am to 9am and 2pm to 4pm, and Saturdays from 8am to 1pm. 

Sandton SPCA
This SPCA facility serves as a municipal pound, housing all stray animals found between Jules Street in Malvern to the south and Clevehill Park/Lonehill in the north, Linbro Park to the east and Parkhurst in the west. This includes the Joburg CBD, Braamfontein, Hillbrow and Alexandra. A veterinary clinic treats animals kept at the SPCA and adopted from its kennels as well as animals from Alexandra and other disadvantaged areas; a dipping facility to control ticks and fleas is also available. The inspectorate department investigates reports of animal cruelty and also checks on pet shops.





9th Street (next to the Department of Labour and the Traffic Department)
Marlboro Gardens
Tel: 011 444 7730
Fax: 011 444 8056
Web address: www.sandtonspca.org.za
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Opening hours: Kennels are open Mondays to Fridays from 8am to 3.45pm and Saturday from 9am to 12.30pm.

 


 

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