Helping Charities

Animal charities are always under extreme financial and physical stress to help the sick and injured locally and around the world. There are so many ways we can all help by giving our time or financial aid and with the wide scope of charities you can chose the ones that you feel fits you.

At Crossroads Veterinary Centre we work with some local charities and our some of our dedicated staff offer their time to support the charities closest to them.

We encourage you to visit their websites where you'll learn more about the great work they do and how you can help. Here are just a few!

 

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is the UK's largest animal welfare charity. They rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome hundreds of thousands of animals each year in England and Wales. They also offer advice on caring for animals and campaign to change laws that will protect them.

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PDSA was founded in 1917 and is the leading veterinary charity operating through a UK-wide network of 51 Pet Hospitals and 380 Pet Practices. They provide free veterinary care to the sick and injured pets of people in need. Crossroads Veterinary Centre is one of the 380 contracted Pet Practices.

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Stokenchurch Dog Rescue has worked for over 50 years taking in thousands of unwanted and abandoned dogs. They promote responsible dog ownership and work hard to find every dog a kind, loving forever home.

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Blue Cross works to find homes for unwanted dogs, cats, horses, and small pets across the UK. They provide veterinary support and education.

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Not all charities are equipped to work with wildlife and not far away is the wonderful wildlife hospital St Tiggy Winkles.

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Dogs Trust was founded in 1891 and has worked tirelessly to care for and rehome about 16,000 dogs each year across the UK.

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