You may be entitled to help with your veterinary care from the PDSA. This help is for owners who can not afford private vets fees and can be for cats and dogs and all popular domestic pets such as rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, rats and mice.
To qualify for this help you need to live within the Derby area and be receiving either Housing Benefit and/or Council Tax Support.
You will need to provide the PDSA with proof that you are getting this by showing them your current Housing Benefit and/or Council Tax Support entitlement letter. This letter must not be more than six months old.
When you visit the PDSA, they will also ask you for proof of your identity that has your name and address and your signature on it.
The local PDSA Pet Aid Hospital is at:200, City GateLondon RoadDerby
Telephone: 01332 345771.
If you do not have a current Housing Benefit and/or Council Tax Support entitlement letter that is less than six months old, you can get one by contacting us by:
There are other animal charities which may be able to help you...
The PDSA also recommends that you consider taking out a Pet Insurance policy to give you peace of mind, and to make sure that your pet has the protection they need.