Wrexham District & Deeside Branch

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Wrexham District & Deeside Branch

We are one of more than 160 branch charities supporting the local work of RSPCA Inspectors. As a separate branch of the RSPCA, we are responsible for raising funds locally to support our animal welfare work.  Our branch is run by a small group of volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the branch's affairs, fundraising, donations and legacies. We aim to promote responsible pet ownership through vaccination, neutering, microchipping and welfare assistance.

 

 

 

 

I want to report cruelty or an animal in distress

If the situation is urgent contact the RSPCA 24hr Helpline on 0300 1234 999.  The call will cost the same as any call to a UK landline number.  Please note, during busier periods your call may be placed in a queue - please be patient.   You will be asked a few questions to ensure that your call is prioritised.  Please read the reporting cruelty checklist for further information.

If the situation is not as urgent, please complete an online form: 
- Report animal cruelty (animal abuse or neglect)
- Report an animal in distress (a sick, injured or trapped animal)
Please answer as many questions as you can.

For  other enquiries please send an email to admin@rspca-wrexhamdeeside.org.uk or find us on Facebook

Local RSPCA Animal Welfare Clinics

Static clinic
Our branch operates an animal welfare clinic in Wrexham at The Gatehouse Vets, 2 Borras Park Road, Borras, Wrexham LL12 7TG and is held at a private vet practice. The clinic is open on Mondays and Thursdays between 11:00 am and 12:30 pm.

We operate an appointment service only at the Welfare Clinic so please call 01244 570364 to make an appointment before coming to the clinic and state clearly that you wish to use the RSPCA Welfare Clinic. If you don't request an appointment with the RSPCA Welfare Clinic you will be booked onto the vet's practices private slots and will be charged the private vet practice fees.

Please make sure you live in the branch area and you receive at least one of the following means-tested state benefits. In order to ensure our very limited funds treat those animals most in need, please be aware we are unable to offer this service to clients who live outside the branch area or do not meet the eligibility criteria. Thank you for your understanding.

Mobile clinic
The Mobile Veterinary Clinic is funded by five RSPCA branches operating across North Wales from Anglesey to Wrexham, providing subsidised veterinary treatment to low-income pet owners.  The clinic visits 7 venues every week throughout the year, offering 1 to 2 hr surgeries that are staffed by volunteers and a veterinary surgeon. 

Queensferry War Memorial Institute
Chester Rd West, Queensferry, Deeside, Clwyd, CH5 1TP
Every Tuesday
Time of clinic: 14:00 to 15:30

 

 

 

 

 

Means-tested benefits accepted at our clinic:
Pension Guarantee Credit
Income Related Employment & Support Allowance
Income Support
Housing Benefit & Council Tax Reduction Scheme
Income Based Job Seekers Allowance
Universal Credit (Housing Benefit, Tax Credits, Income Support, JSA & ESA)

Please bring evidence you are in receipt of a means-tested benefit at each visit. You will also be charged a Consultation Fee of £7, plus any medicines required will be charged at a reduced rate.

You must live in the County of Wrexham (postcodes LL11, LL12, LL13 & LL14), the County of Flintshire, or the following postcode areas of LL20 & LL21 in East Denbighshire (LL20 7..., LL20 8..., LL21 0..., LL21 9...).

Welfare Assistance
Wrexham Branch is able to offer some financial assistance to help local animals in need. This is intended for owners who have experienced unexpected veterinary costs for their pet and are having difficulty with payment. Due to the high level of demand for this service, the financial contribution is restricted to certain treatments and fixed amounts. It does not include routine treatments such as vaccinations and other preventative treatment. 'Proof of means-tested benefits or low income is required before any financial assistance is granted, which will be in the form of a voucher, redeemable at the veterinary practice where treatment is to be provided. To inquire about this service please call 0300 123 8902 (9 am - 5 pm weekdays)

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