Sunday, 5 April 2015

Wheelchair for a puppy

Clients who have recently visited us might have seen that cute puppy in the front office. It is paralized (due to "self-vaccination" into the spinal cord in the former home?!?) and cannot move the hind legs.

We tried to get it walking again and were hopeful due to the young age. But it's time to accept that the nerves won't grow back and try new ways. We came up with the idea of building a dog-wheelchair. Very common in the US, new to Kenya.

What we are still looking for are wheels. Anyone has a pair of old stroller wheels or some from those kid's cars/toys? They shouldn't be too big - it's still a puppy :) About 10 to 20cm diameter. Bigger might also be useful in the future.

The status quo is unacceptable though it doesn't feel pain it pulls the legs and gets wound easily. Locking it in a cage is not an option either. Help us, donate two wheels and give this puppy a chance!

Happy Easter everyone and please don't vaccinate your animals on your own.



Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Can you spot your vet?

Here is a picture courtesy of the "Kenya Small and Companion Animal Veterinary Association" (KESCAVA).
Picture taken at the "Nairobi University Clinical Studies Department". DR. ANDREW HILLIER, BVSc, MACVSc, Dipl. ACVD ZOETIS gave us a good training on "Vet Skin Conditions".

Am sure our pets will all benefit :)

Monday, 30 March 2015

Good News! Good News! Good News!

The small five VET CLINIC has partnered with Kitengela Hot Glass Nani's Kitengela Glass Art to bring you the "Kitengela Hot Glass Kennels". A state of the art pet home away from home.

The initial phase for canine boarding is complete and ready to receive tenants. Your pets will be housed in an over 5 acre piece of land deep in the nature at the home of Kitengela Glass.
They will receive the best of our dear Nani Croze with experienced carers who have been taking care of Nani's great pet family. Here they will also receive 24/7 vet care from the small five VET CLINIC.

 The kennels are now open for boarding!

Monday, 16 February 2015

Dental Care in Dogs

Your pet's dental health is very important contributor to general well being. You can fight bad breath, inappetance, add your pet’s life span, and protect your loved ones from infectious diseases spread through saliva, licking and bites. Visit your vet and demand your pets dental status examined today. Prevention is better than cure.

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Social Responsibility

Our institution volunteered to work closely with Gibson school fraternity. Gibson school is a passionate school for people with special needs, in line with the schools' policy and curriculum, there was need to teach these students hands on animal welfare. The students really enjoy these classes. They have so far learnt general needs of animals, grooming, feeding, care and the role of human in animal suffering.

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