Lilongwe Society for the Protection and Care of Animals (LSPCA)

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pdf Animal Welfare Guidelines 2019 v1 Popular

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LSPCA has supported the Department of Animal Health and Livestock Development, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development to develop national Animal Welfare Guidelines. This is a landmark step in the Ministry's aim to improve animal welfare for all livestock, working and companion animals.

video News bulletin about Step wise Approach Towards Rabies Elimination (SARE) workshop Popular

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In case you missed the Tv bulletin about the Stepwise Approach Towards Rabies Elimination (SARE) workshop which took place in Lilongwe- #Malawi

video Dr. Samantha Gaines applauds LSPCA's rehoming centre Popular

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When comparing the welfare of dogs in two different rehoming centres: England vs Malawi - our rehoming shelter at LSPCA came out tops with plenty positives on animal welfare. Dr Samantha Gaines. Head of Companion Animals, Science and Policy Group RSPCA UK revealed this at the 3rd International Conference on Humane dog population Management (ICAM) Coalition in Mombasa Kenya.

video Keynote address by LSPCA's executive director Lieza Swennen at ICAM conference Popular

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On the 18th to 21st of september 2019, LSPCA's executive director Lieza Swennen delivered a keynote address on innovative approaches to achieving rabies elimination in Malawi by year 2025 at the 3rd International Conference on Humane dog population Management (ICAM) in Mombasa kenya.

video Fighting rabies through Education Popular

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An estimated 59 000 people die from rabies each year. That’s one person every nine minutes of every day, 40% of whom are children living in Asia and Africa. As dog bites cause almost all human cases, we can prevent rabies deaths by increasing awareness through education, and offcourse vaccinating our dogs to prevent the disease.

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Every cat has the right to a safe and secure life away from the streets.

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Every dog longs to have a person, who loves them unconditionally.

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Every cat has the right to be loved no matter what.

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Every dog has the right to love, safety, and a place to call his own.

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Every dog feels emotion just like we do.

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pdf LSPCA's Annual review (2018-2019) Popular

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We are delighted to share our 2018-2019 annual review with you.

video LSPCA Honours film 2019 Popular

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On Thursday evening (27th June 2019), Royal Society for the Protection and Care of Animals (RSPCA) held the annual RSPCA Honours Awards at the prestigious BAFTA (British Academy of Film and TV Arts) in London. The evening celebrated animals and people who have done great things for animal welfare.

We are so delighted that LSPCA has been recognised for many successes in advancing animal welfare in Malawi for the past 10 years! What a great honour and huge success; RSPCA staff, celebrities, politicians, donors and other guests in the UK got to see LSPCA's fantastic achievements. 

video Helping animals in need Popular

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Every animal deserve best treatment, here at LSPCA we provide the best vet care to every animal that comes our way.Every animal deserve best treatment, here at LSPCA we provide the best vet care to every animal that comes our way.Music in the video courtesy of www.bensound.com

video Improving donkey welfare through tethering hobbles Popular

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Tethering is necessary to prevent donkeys from grazing human food crops, and avoid conflict among crop growers and donkey owners. LSPCA teaches school children how to make safe tethering hobbles which doesnt cause any harm to tethered donkeys. Music in the video courtey of www.bensound.com

video Free pet adoptions Popular

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We are offering free pet adoptions on all our shelter animals. We have cats and dogs of different age groups which are looking for their forever home. Please call us on +265 995 027 815 to adopt any pet today. Music in the video courtesy of www.bensound.com

video Improving animal welfare through education Popular

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Together with WTS-Germany, we have introduced WTS-Vets United programme as a training skills platform for budding veterinary students. We are working with students from Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) both Bunda college and Natural Resources College (NRC) campuses. Music in the video courtesy of Bensound.com

video International Hoof Care Official Video Popular

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This year Internation hoof care week was celebrated from 22-25 January 2019. Hoof care week is a whole week event aiming at providing hoof care to hoofed animals. On 25th of January 2019, LSPCA went to Chitsime Agricultural Extension Planning Area (EPA) to teach lead farmers and eventuary donkey owners on sound strategies for caring hoofed animals. Music is the video courtesy of Bensound.com

pdf LSPCA 10th Anniversary Celebration Pictorial Focus Popular

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Directions

You'll find us in Kanengo, on the outskirts of Lilongwe city. When driving from the city centre on the M1, pass Kapani and continue for 400 metres, you'll see our signpost on the left. We are located approximately 200 metres before the turn off to Salima.

Clinic Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 08:00-17:00

Saturday 08:00-12:00

Sunday Emergencies Only

 +265 994 682 900 - Emergency (24/7)