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Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic2 hours ago

November and December are Brucellosis awareness months and the SAVC, in partnership with the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) and the National Animal Health Forum (NAHF) launched a Bovine Brucellosis awareness campaign!
Brucellosis is incredibly common and there are several different strains of Brucella bacteria and they can infect basically all mammals.
Brucella abortus, which preferably infects cows is known as Bovine Brucellosis. Brucellosis in humans occurs when a person comes into contact with an animal or animal product infected with the Brucella bacteria.
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Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic5 hours ago

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic would like to invite anyone who can to donate some pet food for the festive season!

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic7 days ago

We are very excited to announce that our 2021 Calendars have arrived and are available for R100 from the following outlets:

- SPCA Charity Shop (cash or card)
- SPCA Kennels (cash or card)
- Hoof and Hound (cash only)
- Grahamstown Vet Clinic (cash only)
- Ikhala Vet Clinic (cash only)

The calendars include a selection of stories and photos of special animals that crossed our path during the course of 2019/2020.

A wonderful gift for someone for Christmas! 💙🐾

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic1 week ago

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic Invites anyone who can to make a donation of pet food to give to the 'A Rising Tide' community outreach project for this Christmas.

ALL DONATIONS CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT IKHALA VETERINARY CLINIC
3 STROWEN ROAD
INDUSTRIAL AREA
GRAHAMSTOWN

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic1 week ago

PLEASE GIVE THIS A SHARE ❤️

After a very difficult year everyone is looking forward to Christmas: the good food, presents and family fun. But for many children in the communities around here this Christmas will pass them by without any of those treats and for some is likely to be a particularly hungry time.

Many families that rely on the income from jobs in the tourism or hospitality industry have been hit hard by loss of livelihoods after tourism has been halted by covid and travel bans.

Help us to spread some joy to those that are struggling! With your donations a_rising_tide will be putting together a box of yummy food, toys and clothes for each of the children in these vulnerable communities. Let Christmas be a special time for them too, a moment to forget the tough times and just be kids. We will also be giving out dog, cat and donkey food to the communities kindly donated by Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Lisa Clare Graham Candice Momberg
You can donate to the PayPal link below or A Rising Tide account!

BANK DETAILS
Name - A Rising Tide
Bank - First National Bank
Acc type - Cheque Account
Acc no - 62873600516
Swift code - FIRNZAJJ

PAYPAL LINk

paypal.me/arisingtide

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