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Pesach Newsletter, 2014
 
 

Want to adopt a horse?  
SPCA Israel presents: a new Virtual Guest House for Horses a ...     (News

Want to adopt a horse?
 
 

A Fun Day for All  
You are invited to a specially festive party that will take ...     (News

A Fun Day for All
 
 

Toy Story  
Gilad Shalit and his partner, Adi, adopted Toy, an adorable, ...     (News

Toy Story
 
 

Cruel abandonment  
A bitch and her four puppies were left out in the open and a ...     (News

Cruel abandonment
 

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New: Children's Website  
The SPCA has launched a website for children, rich in conten ...     (News

New: Children's Website
 
 

Three in One Yard  
Another rescue: Two horses and one donkey that had been negl ...     (News

Three in One Yard
 
 

Feelings that Should be Respe ...  
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Feelings that Should be Respected
 
 

Mandatory Neutering-Spaying B ...  
Confirmed at the preliminary reading: Dogs and cats will be ...     (News

Mandatory Neutering-Spaying Bill proposed by the SPCA moves on to the next stage
 
 

A Dog and her Six Puppies wer ...  
The Rescue Department went to the Negev on a rescue mission ...     (News

A Dog and her Six Puppies were Safely Rescued
 

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Our Clinic - SPCA Israel
Our Clinic
Photographed by Haim Schwarczenberg

Our Clinic

The veterinary clinic of the Society is open to the general public seven days a week and provides varied veterinary services at low prices: general examinations, all types of inoculations, laboratory tests, electronic chips, dental treatments, consultations and guidance about nutrition and behavior, rabies vaccinations and operations for neutering and castration. In the last few years we invested many resources in the subsidization of neutering and castration operations for dogs and cats, with the goal of preventing unwanted puppies and kittens and the overpopulation of abandoned animals.
In the last few years we invested many resources in the subsidization of neutering and castration operations for dogs and cats, with the goal of preventing unwanted puppies and kittens and the overpopulation of abandoned animals.

The hours of activity of the clinic:
Sunday through Thursday: 8 am until 8 pm.
Friday: 8 am until 2 pm.
Shabbat: 11 am until 2 pm.

You can come to the veterinary clinic during its hours of activity without making an appointment.

 
For operations you need to make an appointment by telephone: *4553, (+972)-3–5136500.

A special discount is given at the clinic to pensioners.

What does your dog need?
What does your cat need?
Neutering and castration

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