Finsbury Park Animal Hospital

Your local RSPCA

Finsbury Park Animal Hospital

Important Notice!

The hospital will be closed for training on Wednesday 18th October 2023.


About our services 

The RSPCA Finsbury Park Animal Hospital is a busy veterinary hospital located in Finsbury Park in London.

Over the last 50 years we have provided veterinary services for hundreds of thousands of animals in need.

Caring for Animals Most in Need:

Many of the animals we care for have been rescued by RSPCA Inspectors and Animal Collection Officers from situations where they are suffering from cruelty and neglect, or when they are seriously injured and have no owner to care for them.

Our dedicated team ensure that these poorly animals are provided with the care they need; from repairing broken bones and treating wounds to running blood tests and performing life saving surgeries.

In the case of abandoned animals, once we are happy they are in good health they will be neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and then rehomed through our network of animal centres. Please note we do not rehome directly from the hospital.

Owned animals:

In addition to our main role as veterinary providers for our Inspectorate we also provide a limited, reduced cost, subsidised service for clients from our local community who meet certain requirements. We are not currently taking on new clients. Find out more about support with vet care bills.

Our eligibility criteria require that the owner be in receipt of one of the following benefits:

-Income Support (IS)

-Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)

-Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

-Pension Credit (NOT state pension)

-Universal Credit: (only the parts related to IC, JSA, ESA- not Working Tax Credit, Child tax Credit or any other components). Must be receiving a Standard Allowance.

All clients have to show proof of benefits, proof of address and photo ID every time they attend the hospital to ensure ongoing eligibility.

For Universal Credit proof of benefit is classed as the 'payments' page on the universal credit log-in or a recent (last 1-2 months) bank statement with the UC payment showing.