The recent confiscation of four dogs from an illegal fishing trawler has seen them being placed into a state quarantine facility.
We are very pleased to disclose these four dogs will be handed over to the COGH SPCA this week into our ownership and care.
R15 000 – R20 000 is needed to pay for the various blood tests required to allow them to be put up for adoption.
In terms of quarantine protocols, tests for the following diseases must be conducted: Brucella canis, Leishmania, Trypanosoma evansi or Babesia gibsoni and Dirofilaria immitis. The tests are conducted using imported test kits which are expensive but it is in the best interests of our resident pet population’s welfare, that we test for and eliminate, the risks associated with foreign diseases.
If you would like to adopt please contact us to help move this process along on 021 700 4141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org