Crossroads Veterinary Centre is proud to be a PDSA Pet Practice, offering funded treatment to registered eligible pet owners. PDSA Petaid scheme is to help pet owners who are in receipt of housing benefit or council tax benefit.
PDSA is a charity funded by donations from the public and discounted veterinary treatment by PDSA nominated veterinary practices. Funded treatment is only available to companion animals and only one pet per household can be registered. Click here to check your eligibility to register for PDSA funded treatment.
To register with us as a PDSA Practice you will need to
Once you have been accepted by PDSA, you will receive a certificate valid for a fixed period for the pet you have nominated. This certificate will only be valid at Crossroads Veterinary Practice and must be shown each time your pet needs treatment. PDSA request that you make a donation to the charity each time your pet is treated at our practice.
Your pet should be up to date with vaccinations and you must agree to follow treatment instructions for your pet. Your registered pet will be able to receive free treatment when sick, subject to any conditions excluded by us when assessed and subject to the PDSA restrictions below.
To all our clients who may wonder if this will affect the practice or the way the practice works in any way we'd like to reassure that it won't. Our Veterinary Centre will continue as we have for many years offering the best in pet healthcare and client care we can. Clients will not in any way see fee increases to assist the scheme as it is run and funded by the PDSA not the practice. We are just able to offer a little something back to the community by supporting PDSA.
Do you know a friend, family member or neighbour who may benefit from this scheme and not be aware of it? Young or old alike, please let them know about it.