West Gwynedd Branch
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Branch information

RSPCA West Gwynedd Branch covers postcode areas LL23 and LL35 - LL57 inclusive (the dark green area of map on left). It is a largely rural area with a relatively sparse population outside the urban towns, and the University City of Bangor. The main employment is based on public administration, health and education, plus tourism. Much of the Branch area lies within the Snowdonia National Park, and includes Wales' highest mountain - Snowdon, at 1085m and largest natural lake - Llyn Tegid. For more information on the background of the area, visit the Gwynedd Council website.

With such an extensive coastline (88Km of the Lleyn Peninsula designated a Heritage Coastline), many of our wildlife problems are marine-related with abandoned seal-pups during autumn/winter and fledgling seagulls during spring/summer. As with most other areas we also have the constant problem of unwanted or neglected pets requiring rehoming, the need for assisted payment for neutering and other veterinary treatment, and the health-monitoring of the ever-expanding feral cat populations. All this requires MONEY & VOLUNTEERS.

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Microchipping

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Microchipping

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Microchipping

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Neutering

01248 671304

9am-5pm

Subsidised neutering of pets belonging to owners on means-tested benefits.

Veterinary care

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Veterinary care

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Veterinary care

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Veterinary financial aid

07900 597 891

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Worming

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