A yelping dog with a broken leg. A crying cat with a sore paw. A listless bird that’s off its food. A stressed small furry that’s too scared to come out from hiding. A sick and injured pet tugs at our heartstrings. Helping them back to health and seeing the happiness on their owner’s face is hugely satisfying. It’s about caring: seeing the real value –
Tour of Oldbury Hospital
Take a look at our video to see Senior Vet Surgeon Ian give you a tour of the Hospital and talk about why he works at PDSA
Why work for PDSA? Vet nurse Nicole explains why she loves her role
Story of Maria Dickin and PDSA
PDSA - 100 years of helping pets
PDSA has been a lifeline for sick and injured pets since 1917. In that time we’ve provided a staggering 100 million free treatments to more than 20 million pets.
Why work for PDSA? Vet Rachel gives her views
PDSA Vet Rachel Smith explains why she loves her job at the charity's Blackpool Pet Hospital, where she's worked for almost 11 years.