Save Our Dogs from Hunger and Neglect

Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Apr 22, 2017

Thanks to Sharon for donating 2 bags of dogfood

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Apr 01, 2017

Hi. we are looking for donations for Fallen Angels on 8 April.
Food, Blankets , toysneeded
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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Mar 16, 2017

Thank you Sherry Du Toit from Swellendam for your donation.

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Feb 16, 2017

Thank you to Charles for Donating offline $5

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Thank you Mary Hill for $50

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Feb 16, 2017

A Penticton resident could be facing animal cruelty charges after the alleged neglect of two spaniels and one Rottweiler.

Photographs provided to Global News show the animals huddled together in a 4 by 8 ft. wire cage, surrounded by their own feces.

The dogs were seized on Monday.

“It was the result of a call that went into our call center about their living conditions,” said Kathy Woodward, BC SPCA Senior Animal Protection Officer.

Two of the animals are being rehabilitated by the Kelowna SPCA.

“You can clearly feel the ribs. They all have Demodex and yeast infections on their pads from living in the wet conditions they were in,” Woodward said.

Another is being cared for at the Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital in West Kelowna.

“There is no muscles, completely no muscle, just skin and bones beneath this fur. He was quite dehydrated, very, very pale,” said Dr. Moshe Oz, owner of the clinic.

A neighbor who asked not to be identified said concerned residents in the neighbourhood contacted the RCMP and the SPCA several times to report the squalid conditions where the dogs were living.

They question what took the animal welfare organization so long to finally seize the animals.

Woodward said the SPCA was required to provide the dogs’ owner advanced notice before arriving.

“We did attend each time we received a concern… our attendance was pre-arranged with the animal owner so upon attendance the dogs were in the yard playing, they had adequate food and water and the last time they were seen was at the end of December and they were in adequate body condition,” she said.

But neighbours didn’t give up their mission to rescue the dogs.

One neighbor invited the SPCA onto their own property so the animal welfare organization wasn’t required to give the dogs’ owner advanced notice.

“We were able to observe the dogs from the complainant’s point of view and we could see the conditions they were living in,” Woodward said.

Another neighbour said the dogs’ owner appeared welcoming.

“They were nice and friendly… I didn’t see any signs of abuse.”

No one was home when Global News tried to speak to the individual.

The SPCA said the dogs’ owner could face charges of failure to provide adequate care and allowing the animals to be in continued distress.

Charges have not yet been approved by Crown Counsel.

As for the dogs, they will be looking for a loving home as soon as they are healthy enough for adoption.

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http://globalnews.ca/news/3206251/neighbours-quest...

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Feb 16, 2017

A Penticton resident could be facing animal cruelty charges after the alleged neglect of two spaniels and one Rottweiler.

Photographs provided to Global News show the animals huddled together in a 4 by 8 ft. wire cage, surrounded by their own feces.

The dogs were seized on Monday.

“It was the result of a call that went into our call center about their living conditions,” said Kathy Woodward, BC SPCA Senior Animal Protection Officer.

Two of the animals are being rehabilitated by the Kelowna SPCA.

“You can clearly feel the ribs. They all have Demodex and yeast infections on their pads from living in the wet conditions they were in,” Woodward said.

Another is being cared for at the Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital in West Kelowna.

“There is no muscles, completely no muscle, just skin and bones beneath this fur. He was quite dehydrated, very, very pale,” said Dr. Moshe Oz, owner of the clinic.

A neighbor who asked not to be identified said concerned residents in the neighbourhood contacted the RCMP and the SPCA several times to report the squalid conditions where the dogs were living.

They question what took the animal welfare organization so long to finally seize the animals.

Woodward said the SPCA was required to provide the dogs’ owner advanced notice before arriving.

“We did attend each time we received a concern… our attendance was pre-arranged with the animal owner so upon attendance the dogs were in the yard playing, they had adequate food and water and the last time they were seen was at the end of December and they were in adequate body condition,” she said.

But neighbours didn’t give up their mission to rescue the dogs.

One neighbor invited the SPCA onto their own property so the animal welfare organization wasn’t required to give the dogs’ owner advanced notice.

“We were able to observe the dogs from the complainant’s point of view and we could see the conditions they were living in,” Woodward said.

Another neighbour said the dogs’ owner appeared welcoming.

“They were nice and friendly… I didn’t see any signs of abuse.”

No one was home when Global News tried to speak to the individual.

The SPCA said the dogs’ owner could face charges of failure to provide adequate care and allowing the animals to be in continued distress.

Charges have not yet been approved by Crown Counsel.

As for the dogs, they will be looking for a loving home as soon as they are healthy enough for adoption.

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http://globalnews.ca/news/3206251/neighbours-quest...

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Feb 16, 2017

A Penticton resident could be facing animal cruelty charges after the alleged neglect of two spaniels and one Rottweiler.

Photographs provided to Global News show the animals huddled together in a 4 by 8 ft. wire cage, surrounded by their own feces.

The dogs were seized on Monday.

“It was the result of a call that went into our call center about their living conditions,” said Kathy Woodward, BC SPCA Senior Animal Protection Officer.

Two of the animals are being rehabilitated by the Kelowna SPCA.

“You can clearly feel the ribs. They all have Demodex and yeast infections on their pads from living in the wet conditions they were in,” Woodward said.

Another is being cared for at the Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital in West Kelowna.

“There is no muscles, completely no muscle, just skin and bones beneath this fur. He was quite dehydrated, very, very pale,” said Dr. Moshe Oz, owner of the clinic.

A neighbor who asked not to be identified said concerned residents in the neighbourhood contacted the RCMP and the SPCA several times to report the squalid conditions where the dogs were living.

They question what took the animal welfare organization so long to finally seize the animals.

Woodward said the SPCA was required to provide the dogs’ owner advanced notice before arriving.

“We did attend each time we received a concern… our attendance was pre-arranged with the animal owner so upon attendance the dogs were in the yard playing, they had adequate food and water and the last time they were seen was at the end of December and they were in adequate body condition,” she said.

But neighbours didn’t give up their mission to rescue the dogs.

One neighbor invited the SPCA onto their own property so the animal welfare organization wasn’t required to give the dogs’ owner advanced notice.

“We were able to observe the dogs from the complainant’s point of view and we could see the conditions they were living in,” Woodward said.

Another neighbour said the dogs’ owner appeared welcoming.

“They were nice and friendly… I didn’t see any signs of abuse.”

No one was home when Global News tried to speak to the individual.

The SPCA said the dogs’ owner could face charges of failure to provide adequate care and allowing the animals to be in continued distress.

Charges have not yet been approved by Crown Counsel.

As for the dogs, they will be looking for a loving home as soon as they are healthy enough for adoption.

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http://globalnews.ca/news/3206251/neighbours-quest...

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Feb 13, 2017
How to help an abused dog

Always care for the dog as much as possible, but especially go out of the way to show it love during the first three to four months. Dogs, if abused when they were young, grow up thinking that they are always in trouble or in for a beating.

Get to "know" the dog, its likes, dislikes, and fears. You have no way of knowing the troubles the dog went through as a puppy. Keep the environment low-key and don't favor your other pets. Jealousy will make adjustment more difficult.


After 3-4 months, let the dog explore your property. You don't want to let the dog go wherever he wants to in the beginning. He might think you are abandoning him. Be sure that you are with him outside and DO NOT LET HIM RUN AWAY!!

Please donate to help them

Magda

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Feb 12, 2017

We would like to welcome Liza

She has an animal shelter and helps with the recovery and abuse of dogs.

Situated in Maitland, Cape Town

She selected to receive funding from this campaign

Magda de Villiers

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Update posted by Magda De Villiers On Feb 12, 2017

Hi

So glad you landed here and welcome

I am very passionate about dog neglect and hunger and see so many of it in South Africa that this opportunity arose tho help fund dog shelters and rescue shelters in South Africa

If you have a shelter and would like to receive funds from this campaign, you can leave info in comment box

There are no joining fees or costs

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I am an actively involved in transporting dogs and see the need of help to our street dogs, abandoned dogs and homeless dogs. I want to help.

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