‘Best Friends’ is our club for animal lovers. Donate each month and receive a Welcome Pack and our quarterly magazine Companions.
By donating as little as £3 per month – that’s less than £1 a week – you’ll be enrolled as a PDSA Best Friend and as our pet patients can’t say ‘thank you’, we like to say ‘thank you’ on their behalf. PDSA Best Friends receive the following exclusive gifts:
A welcome pack containing:
- A special PDSA shopping trolley token
- PDSA Pen
- Personalised certificate
- Personalised address labels
You’ll also receive our special Companions magazine, quarterly. Companions is packed full of articles and features on a variety of animal interest subjects from how to train your dog, to celebrity interviews, plus hints and tips on pet care from PDSA experts. You can also enjoy special offers on holidays and a range of products and services as an additional thank you for supporting PDSA.
By making regular, monthly donations to PDSA you’ll be helping us to care for the thousands of sick and injured pets visiting our PetAid hospitals throughout the UK. Regular givers play such an important part in our work and it’s a great way to show your love for sick and injured pets, by donating a small monthly gift each month.
PDSA relies solely on public support and receives no HM Government or National Lottery funding for its PetAid services. Regular donations are immensely invaluable and help ensure that we have the PetAid hospitals, veterinary staff and medicines to enable us to treat the thousands of sick and injured pets we see each day.
Simply download and return your preferred form:
Banker’s Order form (PDF - 77 KB)
Direct Debit form (PDF - 77 KB)
Credit Card form (PDF - 74 KB)
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Buddy's story is a reminder of how much pets mean to us... and why they need PDSA Best Friends.
Buddy and his owner, ten-year-old Jacob, are inseparable. They have a relationship that's heart-warming to see – especially as Jacob is autistic and finds it really hard to make friends with other children.
After just a few months together, Buddy became very seriously ill, after sneakily eating some of Jacob's chocolate. Buddy was rushed to the nearest PDSA PetAid hospital. It was touch and go. No one knew if the very poorly pup would be strong enough to pull through. For two long days, Jacob was constantly asking whether he was better yet...
The great news is that, after just two days Buddy was out of danger, and well enough to come home. Today alone, over 5,000 pets like Buddy will be rushed through our doors. That's why we're looking for special people to become Best Friends to these poorly animals and give a regular monthly gift.Read more case studies
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