Doggies My Two Beautiful Boer Boels Are Needing A Home .sadly i have to relocate due to unforeseen circumstances .brother and sister 7years old ,well behaved loving grown up with cats .they are very good guard dogs .is there any body out there can help .if so please whatsapp. 0784958060 .
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Pet Checking Service For All Types Of Pets. Are you going away on Holiday or on Business? I am a Veterinary Nurse and will come and visit your Pets AT YOUR HOME whist you are away. I will take the dogs for walks, play games with all the Pets. Check on their Health and see that they are eating properly. Will take them to any Vet of choice if necessary.. Please note that Bookings are now OPEN for the December/January Holidays also. Contact: Sr. Jayne Email: email@example.com Cell/WhattsApp 0772 356 518
Friday, August 25, 2017
- White maltese adult female dog picked up on Gaydon Rd - is at Chisipite Vet. She is lactating so may have puppies somewhere
Missing From Avondale Area, white and yellow tinged female Cockatoo called "Polly". Polly is very affectionate and social and flies about during the daytime but always returns home in the early evening. She has not returned home for the third day. If anybody has information on Polly, please contact Paula on 0772 231 838 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Many thanks
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Missing Neutered Jack Russell X Bull Terrier, Very Friendly But Nervous, answers to Jack. Missing from Earls Road, old Alex Park area since Sunday afternoon. Smallish dog, mostly white with brown patch on tail area, and a big scar on stomach from recent op. Please call Annette on 0774 108 427.
Friday, August 18, 2017
"Missing Grey And Black Cat. He lives in Rolfe Valley, went missing on Sunday, but was last seen on Kew Drive on Monday. Please app me on 0777 916 980 if you see him. We have been searching all around these areas with no results. We are so desperate to find him. His name is Tiger."
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
From: Karen Henderson email@example.com
CHISPITE VETERINARY SURGERY, 303 HARARE DRIVE, THE GRANGE, is most definitely open 8am to 6 pm week days and 8 am till midday Saturdays and Sundays/ Public Holidays from 8am to 10 am for follow ups We are a 24 hour Vet and clients may just call the cell numbers to arrange this – landlines (erratic) 494862/3 and cell phone 0772 253 318.
The road is finally being resurfaced from Enterprise to Drew Road and hopefully, the beginning of the whole of Harare Drive up to Piers Road. We were not notified of this at all. Anyhow the Contractor has made a side access road to the Vet down our side of Harare Drive, from Barnes Avenue (off Enterprise) and Cardinals is also the other access option, providing that the large Graders are not blocking up this way. A number of cars have been let through the barrier on Drew and Harare Drive, but 4 x 4 advisable for this way.
From: Francina Lagesse firstname.lastname@example.org Sent: Monday, August 14, 2017 10:22 PM
On Sunday I found a male Jack Russell (very dark brown and white patches) running all over Drew Road. In order to avoid him being run over, I stopped to pick him up. He’s a very sweet-natured, friendly fellow and very well-mannered in the car. According to the guard at the restaurant, he belonged to people (Mr/s Kashaya?) at 16 Drew Road, but I’ve no way of know if this is indeed the case. I’ve rung and hooted at that gate several times during the past two days without response. As I am going away for a while tomorrow, I have left the Jack Russell with the Chisipite Vet on 101 Harare Drive (along the dug-up dirt part of the road). Please contact Dr Savage (04 496 420) if you think the dog may be yours.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
The Harare Spca app is now available on your mobile phone.
Please go to Play Store to download it. It won’t cost you anything but will provide you with contact numbers and our location as well as other important information .
IT MAY BE A LIFELINE FOR AN ANIMAL IN NEED.
Have a look and please pass this on to everyone you know, including your employees. Often animals are left to suffer because people do not know who to contact.
The Harare Spca is doing everything possible to educate the public about cruelty and suffering and how to practice good animal husbandry. This app is very new and more vital information will be added to it soon.
“ JUST AS CRUELTY HAS SPREAD, SO TOO CAN COMPASSION…..
AND I THINK KINDNESS FEELS BETTER THAN CRUELTY,
AND IT’S MORE CONTAGEOUS” ( Gene Baur)