Sterilisation remains the most effective method of preventing cruelty and the birth of unwanted animals
Having a pet in your life is a privilege and not a right. Sterilisation remains the most effective method of preventing cruelty and the birth of unwanted animals.
Sterilisation of animals brought for treatments is mandatory. Sterilisation is required at the second vaccination date, as ARO will not support breeding of animals which belong to welfare level indigent families. ARO is not funded by the Government and has to raise approximately seven million rand annually by way of donations, gifts in kind, grants, legacies and special fundraising events.
For all hospital enquiries please contact Senior Veterinarian Dr Reuben Kotze firstname.lastname@example.org
ARO reserves the right to request a means test before treatment is given.
DID YOU KNOW?
One female dog can produce 2 litters of 6-10 puppies per year. This means one unsterilised female and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in 6 years.
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