Who we are: Ark Animal Centre is the leading rehabilitation and re-homing animal shelter in South Africa, and is the only shelter that specifically caters for pregnant mom dogs and puppies. We have a no suffer policy for animals in our care. Based in Fourways, JHB, we specialise in the rehabilitation and re-homing of puppies, pregnant mom’s and small breed dogs from all types of backgrounds. We take in puppies from all over Gauteng and we home puppies country wide. We homed 100 dogs in our first 100 days – a first in welfare. Our shelter facilities are built for small breed dogs and puppies. We do not take in any adult dogs, only puppies under 3 months old and pregnant moms.
location_on 138 Holkam Road, Sandton, South Africa
Friends of Rietfontein is a volunteer body that helps to protect, preserve and promote the Rietfontein Nature Reserve in Paulshof, Johannesburg.
Friends of Rietfontein is made up of members of Joburg City Parks, FreeMe Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and the Paulshof Residents Ratepayers Assocation.
The pristine 24 hectare bushveld nature reserve stretches over a rocky ridge and forms part of the green belt that runs all the way to Kyalami in the north. The Reserve is home to FreeMe, and is located at 138 Holkam Street, Rietfontein Ridge, Paulshof, Johannesburg, South Africa.
The reserve is open every day from 6 am - 6 pm and can be accessed via either the main entrance at 138 Holkam Road or via the FreeMe entrance just a little further down the road. Entrance is free, but please note that no dogs are allowed in the reserve. There is a short and relatively easy walking trail in the reserve - suitable for kids - which takes visitors to the top of the ridge with great views of Sandton.
location_on 5 Benray Rd, Reuven, Johannesburg, 2091, South Africa
The Johannesburg SPCA believes that animals, as living creatures, have value beyond economic measurement, and are entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection. We aim to cultivate in the people of our community an awareness of the animals whose world we share and to instill respect for and appreciation for all living things. We assist indigent, elderly and underprivileged people of our community by providing subsidised health services and support for their pets.