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PDSA provide compassionate vet care for those in financial need. We are the UK’s leading veterinary charity and have been caring for sick and injured pets in need since 1917. The veterinary teams in our 48 Pet Hospitals supported over 2.7 million people in the last year alone. The charity receives no Government funding and relies entirely on public donations to fund our vital service, which costs over £71 million a year.

www.pdsa.org.uk/ Fundraise for us

0800 917 2509

Registered charity no. 208217

Member since March 2020

Latest News

Urgent need to replace Nottingham PDSA Pet Hospital

Urgent need to replace Nottingham PDSA Pet Hospital

It's vital that we reach and support more pet owners in the wider community. The Nottingham Pet Hospital is 60 years old, and in desperate need of replacement – it's cramped, poorly laid out and too small to meet the ever increasing demand for our services.

Our new Pet Wellbeing Centre will enable us to help even more poorly pets who desperately need our help. Can you help us make this happen by making a pledge today?

Your business can make a big difference! READ MORE…

‘Animal OBE’ for UK’s oldest known working Mountain Rescue Search Dog

‘Animal OBE’ for UK’s oldest known working Mountain Rescue Search Dog

Border Collie Skye receives PDSA Order of Merit for a lifetime of outstanding devotion

A Mountain Rescue Search Dog from the Lake District who completed over 200 searches during her 11-year career has been honoured by the UK vet charity, PDSA.

Border Collie Skye, who is believed to be the oldest working Mountain Rescue Search Dog in the UK when she finally retired in September 2020 at 14-and-a-half years old, has today received the PDSA Order of Merit for her outstanding devotion to duty and service to society. READ MORE…