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Chase Valley Veterinary Clinic
I first heard about Chase Valley Veterinary Clinic when I saw my precious Wilee’s picture on Facebook. He had just had his right front leg amputated and they were looking for someone to adopt him. Then recently I had contact with them again when they were looking for a home for Onyx. If you read my blog about Onyx and Amber, you will know the rest of their adoption story.
After adopting Onyx and Amber, the plight of these precious tripod greyhounds weighed heavily on my heart and I wanted to do something to help them. The fact that Chase Valley Vet are willing to go the extra mile to help these injured greyhounds is awesome. People do not realise just how happy these hounds are, how well they cope on three legs and how fast they can still run.
Crazy Hound House will donate R10 from each recipe book sold to Chase Valley Vet, and we will continue to help them in other ways too.
More about Chase Valley Veterinary Clinic
At the Chase Valley Vet we are passionate about helping animals – especially those that cannot help themselves. Our Streetcase Fund was established in 2014 when the clinic went under new ownership. It is a small fund that the clinic uses in-house to help animals that have been abandoned, lost or hurt. Currently we have mainly been using it for re-homing greyhounds, kittens and sterilizing feral cats. Due to the location of the clinic we draw a clientele that use greyhounds for racing and hunting over weekends. Even though we do not support these activities, we do try and offer them affordable rates to treat their injured or sick dogs.
We try our best to educate our clients about health care for their greyhounds. We are proud of what we have accomplished. On some occasions we do have some clients who do not want to keep their animals after they have fractured their leg – because it makes them useless for running. Unfortunately, many times we only see them a few days after it has happened, or the fracture is very bad and we have to amputate. We ended up starting to foster and re-home the greyhounds. This beautiful breed has crept into all our hearts at the Chase Valley Vet and we have a strong passion to look out for this breed in Natal. If you would like to keep up to date with the happenings of our Streetcase Fund please like our Facebook page. Chase Valley Veterinary Clinic.