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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Being diabetic and blind doesn’t stop thirteen-year-old Collie-cross, Shadow, from Glasgow, from living life to the full thanks to ongoing life-saving treatment from the city’s PDSA vets.
Vets at Edinburgh PDSA PetAid hospital have come to the rescue of Musselburgh based English Springer Spaniel, Samson (2), whose health really ‘hit the rocks’ recently after he wolfed down 2lb of stones.
Five-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, Milly, from Walsall, West Midlands, is one of many dogs across the UK who has had problems with her teeth.
Eight-year-old crossbreed, Pepsi, from Cardiff, is one of many dogs across the UK who has had problems with his teeth.
Eight-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, Cheeko, from Glasgow, is one of many dogs across the UK who has had problems with his teeth.
PDSA vets in Manchester have rebuilt the leg of plucky cat, Jaffa, from West Gorton, following a horrific road traffic accident. The brave puss managed to drag himself home following the accident despite his leg being broken and the bone sticking out of his leg
Curious eight-month-old cat, Garfield, used up one of his nine lives after surviving an incredible 120ft fall from his home in Parkhead, Glasgow.
Blind, diabetic Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Dolly (10) from Arnold, Nottingham, has a new ‘leash’ of life thanks to PDSA vets who recommended that plastic cable ties (used as whiskers) were fitted to Dolly’s collar to enable the visually impaired pooch find her way around.
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