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StreetVet ensure people without the resources to care for their pets can continue enjoying the critical companionship their dogs provide.

Street Vet

Homelessness is a growing problem in the UK and an increasing number of homeless people have dogs. The bond between many homeless people and their dogs is profound and the health and wellbeing of their canine companions is often a major priority for their owners.

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NDAA. From healthcare and advice to rescue and rehoming, animal welfare organisations are true heroes of the animal world.

The North Devon Animal Ambulance

If you run a care home for the elderly, we’ll come and talk to your residents. At the other end of the animal welfare spectrum, we run local neutering campaigns that help shape better futures for North Devon’s cats and dogs. We’ll try to help if you can’t afford vet fees. And, though we’re only […]

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WRAS. From healthcare and advice to rescue and rehoming, animal welfare organisations are true heroes of the animal world.

East Sussex WRAS

East Sussex WRAS was established as a voluntary group in 1996, but some of its rescuers have been rescuing since 1985. The organisation was set up in order to provide a front-line rescue service for wildlife casualties who unlike their domesticated cousins, do not have owners to help look after them.

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Animals in distress. From healthcare and advice to rescue and rehoming, animal welfare organisations are true heroes of the animal world.

Animals In Distress

Animals in Distress was founded in 1967 to alleviate the suffering of sick and injured animals. This is still the main aim today. It is achieved through a number of methods. These include 24-hour rescue, veterinary treatment, neutering and a micro-chipping scheme. Education, advice programmes and work experience placements back up these practical steps. This […]

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BVA. From healthcare and advice to rescue and rehoming, animal welfare organisations are true heroes of the animal world.

British Veterinary Association

BVA is the national representative body for the veterinary profession in the UK We guide our members throughout their careers, from student to retirement, with the support and knowledge they need to achieve their goals, and speak up for them on the issues that matter most. We are the only UK veterinary association that looks after the interests […]

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SCAS. From healthcare and advice to rescue and rehoming, animal welfare organisations are true heroes of the animal world.

The Society for Companion Animal Studies

Promoting the study of human-companion animal interactions and raising awareness of the importance of pets in society.

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