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Due to the impending construction of a brand new boarding and strays facility at the SPCA we will be unable to offer boarding from 31 May 2014 until further notice.

Once the building is complete we will be able to provide your dog with world class accommodation in spacious indoor kennels.

We apologise for the inconvenience but sincerely hope that you will use our facility once we are up and running again.

For further info please call Charmel on 700 4160

Doggone great holiday care

dogGoing away? Need temporary, safe and loving care for your dogs? The Cape of Good Hope SPCA has 31 boarding kennels for dogs, which are overseen by a full-time animal care assistant.

Dogs are exercised every day in a large grass area and all their needs are respected.

Please book early, especially for busy periods such as school holidays.

Remember to check that your dog’s vaccinations are up-to-date – in the interests of his health and that of the other dogs in kennels. Click here for more information on boarding your pet at the Cape of Good Hope SPCA.

Should you wish to book your pet into the Cape of Good Hope SPCA’s boarding kennels, kindly complete the following forms and returning them by email to, fax to 021 705-2127 or drop them off at the SPCA.

Download Boarding Application Form.

Download pet personality questionnaire.

Download vet assessment form.

Click here for boarding rates.

For more information call the Boarding Clerk on 021 700-4160 or e-mail


What they say ...

"My staffie, Jax, stayed at your kennels for 4 days over the recent long weekend and I can only say how grateful I was to all the staff, especially Mellissa who really put my mind at ease right from the outset.  

I found the admitting staff friendly and kind, the kennel assistant, Raymond, friendly and helpful in giving a brief feedback on Jax and the volunteers (sorry I don’t know your names!) really, really dedicated to their work.

Many many thanks to ALL your staff"

- Alison Bothwell



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