How we help local animals
The branch offers an animal rehoming programme supported by our website and a dedicated force of volunteers. We take in, free of charge, mistreated or abandoned animals, including pets whose owners suffer ill health, have financial difficulties or pass away.
We provide subsidised veterinary treatment for animals which are sick or injured for people in our branch area on low incomes. This is achieved through a voucher scheme. This gives financial help for companion animals in need of veterinary treatment. It also covers support for companion animal neutering
The number to call to find out if you qualify for welfare support is 0300 330 1406.
The branch rehomes animals in need, at a low cost, to people willing and able to have a companion animal. The policy to charge a reasonable adoption fee for animals aims to highlight the ongoing personal and financial commitment of pet ownership.
Animals in our care receive veterinary treatment, vaccination, neutering and micro-chipping (where appropriate) and are assessed for re-homing. This work helps to control the incidence and spread of disease and suffering.
If you would like to know more about our branch or the work that we do then please get in touch
Veterinary financial aid