The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – the UK’s leading animal welfare charity. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome hundreds of thousands of animals each year. We offer advice on caring for all animals and campaign to change laws that will protect them, which we will enforce through prosecution. Our work relies on your support, so get involved or donate today. You can make a difference.
|Guide Dogs For The Blind
There are around 4,500 guide dog owners in the UK. If you are blind or partially sighted, a guide dog could change your life. Find out how we can help you get out and about.
|Lungworm information service
Lungworm is becoming more of a problem in the UK.
The lungworm Angiostrongylus vasorum (also known as French Heartworm) is a parasite that infects dogs. The adult of this particular lungworm lives in the heart and major blood vessels supplying the lungs, where it can cause a host of problems. Left untreated, the infection can often be fatal.
The lungworm parasite is carried by slugs and snails. The problem arises when dogs purposefully or accidentally eat these common garden pests when rummaging through undergrowth, eating grass, drinking from puddles or outdoor water bowls, or pick them up from their toys.
From humble beginnings in 1927, Cats Protection has grown to become the UK’s leading feline welfare charity. We now help more than 230,000 cats and kittens every year through our network of over 250 volunteer-run branches, 29 adoption centres and our homing centre.
We find homes for unwanted pets across the UK and our tailor-made service means we help each pet find the right person for them. We’ve got 12 rehoming centres and a network of pet fosterers, and we also have a home direct scheme.
|Animal Search UK
Animal Search UK is the leading search service for missing pets in Britain. We specialise in helping to reunite owners with lost or stolen pets – our website is free to use, and provides local and nationwide coverage.
|Chris Carter Vets
Established in 1982, the surgery employs a range of fully trained and qualified staff, including five veterinary surgeons, seven veterinary nurses and two trainee nurses.
The surgery at all times adheres to the highest standards set by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and is a Tier 2 Accredited Practice*. It is also an Approved Training Centre for Veterinary Nurses.
PDSA is the UK’s leading veterinary charity, caring for more than 490,000 pet patients belonging to people in need.