Sheffield PDSA Pet Hospital


Tel: 01142 433232


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14 Newhall Rd,
South Yorkshire
S9 2QL

    Last Modified: July 2, 2021

    Sheffield PDSA Pet Hospital

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    Updated: May 2021

    As lockdown restrictions begin to lift across the UK, we will slowly be returning to a more ‘normal’ way of working in our Pet Hospitals.

    The number of staff and clients we can have within our hospitals is still limited to keep everyone safe, so for the foreseeable future we will continue to prioritise face to face appointments for the most poorly pets.

    For non-urgent cases our vets and nurses will continue to provide remote consultations, and we have been making changes to improve this service. We are hoping to reintroduce neutering, vaccinations, microchipping and flea and worming treatments later in the year. Pet Hospitals will updated registered clients directly when these services are available again.

    Don’t worry, if you don’t have an emergency you can still get help, even if you can’t visit one of our hospitals. There’s more on this below. We know that sometimes it’s difficult to judge what is an emergency – you love your pet, and it’s difficult to see them distressed or in pain. Below is some guidance for you from our vets


    Group Aims and Activities

    What makes us special

    To care for the pets of people in need by providing free vet services to their sick and injured animals, and promoting responsible pet ownership

    Eligible pet owners

    We help the pets of owners in need.

    Low-cost treatment

    You could receive low-cost vet treatment at your local PDSA if you:

    • In receipt of certain benefits such as Child Tax, Working Tax Credit and Universal Credit (without housing element)
    • Are a pensioner living in a home in Council Tax Bands A-D.

    Our low-cost services offer vet care at an affordable rate for eligible owners

    Free treatment

    You could receive free treatment for one pet at your local PDSA if you receive at last one of the following:

    • Housing Benefit
    • Council Tax Support
    • Universal Credit with a Housing Element.

    If you are eligible for free treatment and have more than one pet, your other pets can receive our low-cost treatment.

    We’d love to help everyone, but as a charity our funds are limited, so you do have to be eligible for your pet to receive PDSA treatment. Our website contains lots of information for keeping your pet healthy and happy.


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