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Updated 20 September 2013

Alzheimer's and the use of pets in treatment talk

The regional director of Alzheimers South Africa, Jill Robson, will be talking about "Living with Alzheimer's and the effective use of pets in treatment" in October.

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Friends of Vondi’s is a monthly social event where like-minded animal lovers meet to get inspired by dynamic speakers, all for the good and welfare of our companion animals and the welfare organisations that protect them.

The regional director of Alzheimer's South Africa, Jill Robson, will be talking about "Living with Alzheimer's and the effective use of pets in treatment" in October.

The October event will be in aid of the Dassenberg Horse Rescue Centre (DHRC) which is a prolife non-profit animal rescue centre that takes in severely traumatised, neglected, abused and injured horses and dogs from the Atlantis area. They are cared for until they can be adopted.

Date: Wednesday 2 October
Time: 19:00 Onwards
Venue: Vondi’s Shop 59 Regent Road, Sea Point
Donation: R50 to animal charity (DHRC)

RSVP: fundraising@vondis.co.za / vanzylmarcelle@gmail.com
LIMITED SEATS PLEASE BOOK EARLY
www.vondis.co.za
www.alzheimers.org.za
www.dhrc.org.za

Friends of Vondi''s press release

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