Spread the word, not the disease.

Pledge your support and help us spread the word that vaccinations save lives.

Vaccinations protect our pets from life-threatening diseases like parvovirus, cat flu and myxomatosis.

The number of pets going unvaccinated or whose boosters aren’t kept up-to-date is rising. That means millions of pets across the UK are at risk and we’re seeing more pets in need of emergency care.

We want to spread the word about the importance of vaccinations and raise awareness of how they save lives – but we need your help!

Pledge your support to our campaign and spread the word about vaccinations to your friends and family. By donating to our campaign, you can help us educate more pet owners about the importance of vaccinating their pet, and provide a lifeline for pets across the UK.

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We're a lifeline for sick and injured pets - but we need your support. Can you donate today to help us reach more pets in need?

Why vaccinate?

Read what our vets have to say about vaccinations and why they're so important for your pet.
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Dog vaccinations

Read our vets' advice about when to get your dog vaccinated and find out what the injections protect against.
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Cat vaccinations

Read our vets' advice about when to get your cat vaccinated and find out what the injections protect against.
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Rabbit vaccinations

Read our vets' advice about when to get your rabbit vaccinated and what the injections protect against.
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Trevor's Story

When Trevor was just a twelve-week-old puppy, his life hung in the balance. He'd caught parvovirus and our vets could only give him a 50/50 chance of survival.

The terrible illness, which can be prevented with a simple vaccination, left him needing intensive care.

Find out how we changed his story.

Trevor the puppy who suffered with parvovirus

Selby's Story

When Husky puppy Selby caught parvovirus he had to fight for his life. Our vets were there for him through 7 days of intensive care.

Odin's Story

Tiny kitten, Odin, faced emergency surgery at just 8 weeks old. His suffering could have been prevented by a simple vaccination.

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