PetWise on Tour

Event cancellations due to Coronavirus

Following the latest government advice on Coronavirus, we've taken the decision to postpone our PetWise vehicle events until further notice. We will confirm new details for our visits on our website as soon as we can.

Other help available:

  • PDSA’s PetWise Pet Health Hub has free information from our vets and nurses about taking care of your pet’s health.
  • If you’re worried about your pet’s health, contact your vet for advice as usual.
  • You can get advice and information about Coronavirus and pets at pdsa.org.uk/coronavirus.

Meanwhile, you can still find out about our PetWise Tour and we'll be sure to let you know when we're back on the road.

 

PetWise Vans

Purchased thanks to the generosity of Robert Breckman and his late wife Julie and kept on the road thanks to the players of the People's Postcode Lottery, the vans are specially adapted to create a clinical consult area.

When you visit the van, your four legged friend will receive a top to tail MOT and our experts will talk you through everything you need to do to keep your dog happy and healthy and answer any questions you may have

On board we can provide when required, free of charge, nail clipping and ear cleaning plus microchipping for a small cost. If you need products such as dog shampoo, joint supplements or ear cleaners, you’ll be able to purchase them as well as other pet accessories and PDSA products.

Due to the location of the vans and it’s set up, we can only physically see dogs, due to health and safety. However if you have other pets and have questions, why not pop along and speak to our expert, they’d be happy to see you.

A visit to the PetWise van is free but if you’d like to make a donation on the day, it will help us keep this service on the road.

 

PetWise mobile unit

Thanks to the players of the People's Postcode Lottery, the PetWise mobile unit joined the vehicle fleet in 2018. The vehicle is designed to offer a mix of veterinary consults, education and promotional opportunities.

On board, we could be running a pet first aid course, working with your local school to educate children on keeping their pets healthy, running a vaccination clinic, or checking eligibility for hospital services.

Want to work with us?

Do you work at a local authority, housing association or community group and want to promote pet wellbeing in your area? PDSA is committed to educating as many pet owners and helping as many pets as we can. If you would like to bring PetWise on Tour to your community, fill in our contact form with your details we’ll get in touch with you to discuss how we can help.