Vets who help FFW
Free Wildlife has a large list of veterinarians who regularly assist with orphaned and injured indigenous wildlife.
FFW rely on this invaluable professional service to help the public who find wild animals that need attention; the vets and their staff often stabilise and care for the animals whilst waiting for one of our FFW volunteers to call and collect.
A huge thank you to our supporting vets!
Bryanston Avian, Exotic & Small Animal Clinic - (Drop-off point
Dr Jean Davidson, Dr Perushan Yenketsamy, Dr Melissa Marengo
99, Grosvenor Road, Bryanston
011 706 1381
FFW’s preferred vets for our wild birds, small mammals and reptiles.
Craighall Veterinary Hospital (Reptiles)
Dr Mark Verseput & partners
14, Clarence Avenue, Craighall Park, Randburg
011 442 7361
Specialising in reptiles, FFW often has tortoises that need special care.
They are also a drop-off point for any orphaned and injured birds.
JHB Animal Eye Hospital
Dr Anthony Goodhead
44, Kingfisher Drive, Fourways
011 465 1237
Specialising in all eye problems and injuries, FFW often consult Dr Anthony on injured owls and other wildlife.
Chartwell Veterinary Clinic (Drop off point)
Plot 110, 2 Cedar Avenue, Chartwell
011 460 1336
Fernridge Veterinary Clinic (Drop off point)
123 Bram Fischer Drive, Ferndale, Randburg
011 787 9700
Johannesburg Wildlife Vet
101 Macgillivray Road, Glenfurness
071 248 1514
Melville Veterinary Clinic (Drop off point)
24, Cnr 1st Avenue & Main Street, Melville
011 726 2886
Orange Grove Veterinary Hospital (Drop off point)
119 Louis Botha Ave, Orange Grove
011 728 1371
Oxford Road Veterinary Surgery (Drop off point)
58 Oxford Rd, Rosebank
011 788 3211
Randparkridge Veterinary Hospital (Drop off point)
15, Monkor Road, Randpark
011 678 7526
The Avenues Veterinary Clinic (Drop off point)
24, 7th Avenue, Edenvale
011 022 0636