Native Animal Network

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Google Maps location for Riverport Veterinary Hospital

Riverport Veterinary Hospital
1 Avoca Street
Goolwa
SA 5214

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Phone:
08 8555 5690

Victor Central Veterinary Clinic
35 Crozier Road
Victor Harbor
SA 5211

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Phone:
08 7522 4300

The Native Animal Network of SA Inc (NAN) is a South Australian based organisation which was founded in 1988 and incorporated in 1993.  It is a state wide organisation that provides a Wildlife rescue, care and information service.

The group is made up of a large number of dedicated volunteers who provide a 24hour/7day service for sick, injured or orphaned native animals.  In addition to a call out service, a phone advice service is also available.  The co-ordinators can organise help and assistance across South Australia and will organise for any native animal needing to come into care to do so as quickly as possible.

The NAN is a registered charity and relies heavily on donations and fundraising activities to continue to provide its services.  The group has a strong educational focus and undertakes many school visits, guest speaking activities and conducts workshops in the care of native animals.  The NAN strongly supports its members, and as a consequence, every animal, no matter how common, receives the best possible care.

 

At the Victor Central Veterinary Clinic we are always more than happy to provide veterinary care for the wildlife brought into the NAN. Rae and Jan and the other volunteers work tirelessly for our local wildlife.


The lovely Rae and Jan and some very cute joeys were a bit hit at our Grand Opening Celebrations at our Victor Central Clinic and we're so pleased to be able to raise $300 for them on the day.

 

The NAN has a website with some very useful information about what to do if you come across sick or injured wildlife. 

Visit them at www.nansa.org.au 

 

We continue to support this wonderful charity through Veterinary work and regular donations.