Current PDSA veterinary services

Your Pet Hospital is offering full services to eligible pet owners, including emergency treatment, routine care and preventive appointments (vaccinations, neutering and microchipping).

Both face-to-face appointments and remote consultations are available. You can book by calling your Pet Hospital directly or requesting an appointment online.

Your Pet Hospital offering a reduced service, including emergency treatment and some routine care. Preventive appointments are not currently available.

An emergency is when there is something wrong with your pet that is life-threatening. Signs include:

  • Being unconscious
  • Constant fits
  • Severe breathing difficulties
  • Broken bones
  • Severe bleeding
  • Poisoning
  • Extensive burns
  • A severe allergic reaction
  • Serious accidents such as being hit by a car or having a fall
  • Not being able to wee
  • Continuous diarrhoea and being sick

Routine care is non life-threatening and can include signs such as:

  • Problems with their teeth
  • A change in their behaviour, appetite or toileting
  • Issues with their skin
  • Minor injuries like bumps, lumps or bruises
  • Prescription flea and worming treatments

In an emergency please phone your hospital directly. For routine care you can request an appointment online or call your hospital to book.

Your Pet Hospital is currently only providing emergency treatment to eligible pet owners.  

An emergency is when there is something wrong with your pet that is life-threatening. Signs of a life-threatening emergency are:

  • Being unconscious
  • Constant fits
  • Severe breathing difficulties
  • Broken bones
  • Severe bleeding
  • Poisoning
  • Extensive burns
  • A severe allergic reaction
  • Serious accidents such as being hit by a car or having a fall
  • Not being able to wee
  • Continuous diarrhoea and being sick

Routine care and preventive appointments are not currently available.

In an emergency please phone your hospital directly.

Your Pet Hospital is currently unable to accept new registrations. If you aren’t already registered you can find a list of alternative local vets at findavet.rcvs.org.uk

Pets who are already fully registered will be able to receive emergency treatment and some routine care. Preventive appointments are not currently available.

An emergency is when there is something wrong with your pet that is life-threatening. Signs include:

  • Being unconscious
  • Constant fits
  • Severe breathing difficulties
  • Broken bones
  • Severe bleeding
  • Poisoning
  • Extensive burns
  • A severe allergic reaction
  • Serious accidents such as being hit by a car or having a fall
  • Not being able to wee
  • Continuous diarrhoea and being sick

Routine care is non life-threatening and can include signs such as:

  • Problems with their teeth
  • A change in their behaviour, appetite or toileting
  • Issues with their skin
  • Minor injuries like bumps, lumps or bruises
  • Prescription flea and worming treatments

In an emergency registered clients should phone their hospital directly. For routine care you can request an appointment online or call your hospital to book.

Your Pet Hospital is currently closed. 

In an emergency please phone your hospital directly.

Please do not visit your hospital without calling to confirm we have vet staff on site to help.

Shop online for discounted flea and worming treatments

We're unable to provide prescription flea and worming treatments at this time. For non-prescription flea and worm products please visit our online shop.

Frequently asked questions

Still have questions about the changes in our service? Read our FAQs for more information.