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Friday, 17 September 2021 07:24
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The non-profit organisation, Community Veterinary Services Southern Africa (CVSSA), organised an outreach in Onverwacht on 4 September where 350 animals were vaccinated against rabies.


Students treating a dog at Onverwacht


Veterinary students at Onverwacht

The day was organised by dr Renée van Rheede van Oudtshoorn from the local Cullinan Animal Hospital, accompanied by veterinary students. “Our team is all about giving back to our communities,” dr Renée said. 


Puppies were cared for

She is passionate about grass root level education, teaching children from kindergarten age to Onderstepoort Veterinary and Unisa Health Technician students the art of paying it forward, living empathy on a daily basis, not just towards animals, but also to humans.


Students caring for a puppy

The team was in Refilwe on 11 September and will be offering free rabies vaccination in Rayton on
25 September and in Cullinan from 27 September to 1 October.


Members of the sterilisation and rabies prevention outreach programme
Photos: Howling Hound Photography


 
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