Every working day, PDSA PetAid services provide essential care and treatment to sick or injured pets. Click on the name of the pet below to read their story.
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PDSA vets have saved the life of a young Bulldog after a rare and life-threatening condition caused her intestines to ‘concertina’ inside themselves
Jasper, a three year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier from Glasgow, had his eye severely scratched by a cat while out walking with his owner. It was feared Jasper may lose his eye, but veterinary staff at PDSA managed to save it - and his eyesight - with an intricate operation involving a skin graft from his eyelid.
Mischievous feline Alphie had to undergo emergency surgery at PDSA’s Sheffield PetAid hospital after managing to swallow a metal digital TV antenna.
Hades is thanking Santa for his new feline fur coat after he suffered horrific burns across 60% of his body before Christmas, causing his fur to fall out.
Pint-sized pooch Jessie had to undergo surgery at a PDSA Pet hospital after her abdomen ballooned to the size of a melon.
PDSA has issued a warning to pet owners about Christmas decorations, after two cats – Ginge and Broxi – needed life-saving operations after eating tinsel! They’re both now feline fine!
Dog has emergency surgery after feasting on a foot-long section of fairy lights!
Labrador Charley bit off a bit more than she could chew and got a piece of bone completely stuck around her jaw.
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