Every working day, PDSA PetAid services provide essential care to sick and injured pets. Click on the name of the pet below to read their story.
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Story summary: Six-year-old Labrador, Max, suffered critical injuries in a road accident which left him needing life-saving surgery to amputate his leg. Thanks to the treatment he received at Derby PDSA PetAid hospital, he’s gone on to make a full recovery.
Miracle moggy, Tootsie, from Whitburn, has survived a second air gun attack in just three years, thanks to leading veterinary charity, PDSA.
A pet owner from Bristol has paid tribute to PDSA vets for saving her dog’s life after he contracted a potentially fatal disease.
Dangerously ill Cocker Spaniel, Bruno, from Blackpool owes his life to PDSA vets who found a canine hero who donated 250 ml of blood (just under half a pint) to help him fight back against a potentially fatal disease.
Jack Russell Terrier, Bob, from Leeds, is lucky to be spending Christmas with his family this year after the curious canine ate three rolls of festive ribbon and needed life-saving surgery from PDSA vets.
The balmy barbeque season may seem like a distant memory to us but one poor pooch from Leicester had a rather sharp reminder of it. PDSA vets removed a 15cm wooden skewer, which had unknowingly lay inside the dog after being swallowed an incredible three months ago!
It wasn't a hot tin roof but a hot hob which got the better of ginger cat Gizmo (2) from Edinburgh, who burnt all four of his paws when he pounced onto a cooker to get a piece of fish. Luckily, PDSA vets who treated the curious cat’s burns have got the ‘singed puss’ back on all four paws in time for Christmas thanks to their expert veterinary care.
Family pet Daisy thought Christmas had come early when she wolfed down the contents of a child’s advent calendar. But her days could have been ‘numbered’ when the chocolate treats poisoned the hungry hound.