Welcome Victoria!

20181017 105214Victoria Ede, a vet student in her final year of veterinary studies at the Royal Veterinary College. She has come to Malta to do an internship at Happy Paws for 1 week.

New Adoption!

about team 04Francesco, a 2 year old Brown and White cross breed, is our latest adoption. Adopted from AAA today which brings the total up to 238.

Latest Intern

Victoria GiglioHere is Victoria Giglio, a vet student in her final year of University studies at the University of Glasgow. She has come to Malta to do an internship at Happy Paws for 2 weeks.

Welcome Clair and Tamar!

20180905 102527 001Please welcome Claire O' Connor and Tamar De Boer. They are vet students that are in their final year of University studies at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. They have come to Malta to do an internship at Happy Paws for 1 week.

We are very grateful for their help during their stay with us and we wish them all the best in their veterinary career!

The Alfred Mizzi Foundation

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We are very thankful to The Alfred Mizzi Foundation for their kind donation which will help a lot of stray animals in Malta.

"The Alfred Mizzi Foundation is delighted to have made a donation to the Happy Paws Clinic in Marsa. The Clinic has been operating in Malta since 2008 and is the brainchild of Maike Beekman, a Dutch national who has settled here in Malta. The grant given by The Alfred Mizzi Foundation will go towards the running expenses of this clinic which offers a wide variety of veterinary services for free with regards to stray animals. The clinic also treats private 'patients' and the income generated goes towards sustaining the work they do with the stray animals in Malta."

The Alfred Mizzi Foundation was set up in 2004  through a resolution passed by the Board of Directors of Alf. Mizzi & Sons Ltd., which in turn traces back its origins to 1915. The overall objective of the Foundation is the promotion, diffusion and safeguarding of heritage, education, the environment and social solidarity.

Ever since its inception, The Alfred Mizzi Foundation has financially helped numerous entities and NGOs . This year, the foundation has also  assisted the Association of Abandoned Animals with their move to new premises as well as the Malta Guide Dogs association through the purchase of a new vehicle. The Alfred Mizzi Foundation  is delighted to be able to help Happy Paws with its programmes related to the work they carry out with our four legged friends.

Pet Passports

26166512 1764494723593417 5654416028241669264 nGoing abroad with your pet? Be sure your pet can cross the border as easy as you.
The EU pet travel passports are available at Happy Paws.

Please Note:

For most countries dogs and cats have to be vaccinated against Rabies at least 21 days before departure. It is also often necessary to have a Vet  de-worm and de-flee 2 to 4 days in advance. Animals have to be micro-chipped before the rabies vaccination. All required before a health certificate can be issued.

Microchip your cat!

Cat Microchipping miniThe Veterinary Regulation of Ministry For The Environment just made an announcement that from today we can register cat microchips in the Maltese data base. It means that if your cat will be lost you have a big chance to find it! All you have to do is to come and microchip your cat. We will only charge for the implementation. The registration will be free of charge. You can come without a special appointment to implement the microchip in your cat at the Happy Paws Clinic. The microchip will be registered the same day as the implementation. Please do it asap for the good of your cat!

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