Regarding our 10 Years Anniversary Celebration happening on Saturday 24th November 2018, apart from free check-ups at the Marsa Clinic and 50% off on all Charity Shop items, we will also be having a massive discount on dog vaccinations! For a limited time during that 4 hour celebration, dog vaccinations will only be 5 Euro! Be warned though, we have a limited stock of these dog vaccines so it's first come first serve! The clinic will be open at 9:00am on that day so come early if you don't want to miss out.
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Welcome Deborah Sultana, a vet student in her final year of veterinary studies at the Budapest Veterinary University. She has come to do an internship at Happy Paws for 2 weeks.
We are very grateful for her help during her stay with us and we wish her all the best in her veterinary career!
36,000 Cats and 14,000 Dogs !!!
On 24th November 2018, Happy Paws Animal Clinic will have been open for 10 years and that is approximately the number of cats and dogs that we have neutered in those years! It is with the support of all of you reading this and all those that kindly donated their things to our 2 Charity Shops that we are able to achieve such an amazing goal!
With that said, we will be holding an Open Day on 24th November 2018 at Happy Paws Clinic in Marsa to celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary! From 9:00am till 1:00pm, everyone is welcome to come to the clinic for a grand tour of the entire place or even just to look around.
As an added bonus, any animal check-up on that day will be free of charge! Please note that any medication or treatment resulting from the check-up will not be free of charge. Also both Charity Shops will have a 50% discount on all items!! Remember it's from 9:00am till 1:00pm on Saturday 24th November 2018.
Please welcome Rachel Borg Grech. She is a vet student in her final year of veterinary studies at the Budapest Veterinary University. She has come to do an internship at Happy Paws for 2 weeks.
Francesco, a 2 year old Brown and White cross breed, is our latest adoption. Adopted from AAA today which brings the total up to 238.
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.
Going 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.
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.