Chintsa Dogs

£1,311 of £2,000 goal

Raised by 25 people in 25 months
I am hoping to raise money for the dogs in Chintsa township, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.  These dogs often have no access to veterinary treatment.

I am a qualified veterinary nurse from the UK, and I first got introduced to these dogs two years ago when I volunteered with the Safari4u Veterinary Programme in Chintsa. The programme offers basic care to the dogs, such as de-wormimg and dipping. 

The money raised will go towards neutering the many dogs in the township. Neutering will help to control the dog population and also help to prevent the spread of diseases, as well as preventing fighting amongst the dogs. Many of the dogs have litter after litter, despite struggling to find enough food for themselves.

Money raised will also go towards basic veterinary care, and will help to ease the suffering of sick dogs where possible.

One spay or castration costs R650 (Around £40 or $50). 

These dogs have become very close to my heart over the last two years, and despite there being so many I know most of them by name!
Please donate whatever you can or share my post to help my litle friends in the township live happier, healthier lives.
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A massive thank you to anyone who has donated so far! Thanks to our fund little ‘Rex’ is receiving treatment for her de-gloved foot.
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Please donate share and like this post to help other little dogs like Snoopy!
This little cutie had distemper, an often fatal and distressing infectious disease. Snoopy seems to be pulling through thanks to lovwjbg care for our volunteers. Please help us treat, neuter and vaccinate other township dogs who have no access to veterinary care.
Thanks to everyone who has donated so far.
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Sadly we have not had any donations for a while...please share and donate if you have anything to spare. Even the tiniest of donations will help us care for the township dogs and give them happier, healthier lives.
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One of the dogs recovering from his surgery with some snuggly blankets and a bowl of food. :) It's amazing how quickly these dogs go from being scared to seeking out cuddles, wagging their tails and licking everyone caring for them.
Please continue to like, share and donate to help these lovely township dogs.
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£1,311 of £2,000 goal

Raised by 25 people in 25 months
Created May 1, 2017
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£500
Clive Watson
3 months ago
LV
£15
Lindi Van de vondervoort
3 months ago
MS
£46
Mariana Moura Sheneviz
3 months ago
£100
Clive Watson
3 months ago
AV
£20
Aly Verbaan
6 months ago

I love Wild Coast Vet. And obviously I love dogs.

LV
£15
Lindi van de Vondervoort
6 months ago
£40
Joe Dettelis
12 months ago

Very glad to see this and to contribute!

AH
£5
Amy Houghton
14 months ago
AM
£20
Alexis Margolis
14 months ago

This program is incredible! I would come back in a heartbeat ♥

JC
£20
Joyce Crosby
18 months ago
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