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Tag Archives: Saving Lives
A little over three months ago we received a wonderful surprise when one of our members came to us with a special offer of free stainless steel panelling to be used exclusively for the surgery and prep room walls at … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Susana Abreu has joined the Aanifeira veterinary team working alongside head vet Claudia Valadares at the Aanifeira veterinary clinic. Susana began her veterinary studies at the University of Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD) where … Continue reading
Today, October 4th, is WORLD ANIMAL DAY (WAD) and for us at Aanifeira it is one of the days that always brings to light the number of animals that we rescue throughout the year and what we go through each … Continue reading
We love catching up and hearing from the people who have adopted animals from Aanifeira. It can be from Portugal or in a foreign country and one person who constantly keeps us updated on her dog is Betty from France. … Continue reading
The 15th International Companion Animal Welfare Conference (ICAWC 2013), hosted by Dogs Trust International, U.K.’s largest dog welfare charity, was held this week from 14-16 October in Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona with its coastal location, Mediterranean climate and famous and unique contemporary art made it not … Continue reading