ABOUT US SERVICES REGISTER & PRESCRIPTIONS PET CARE

 

Our Favourite Charities

 

The Veterinary Health Centre actively supports institutions and organisations that promote the care and protection of animals. Here are a few of our favourite animal charities.

 

Animal Health Trust

The Animal Health Trust exists to fight disease and injury in animals in the UK and across the world.

Visit Website

Cats Protection

Cats Protection has become the UK's leading feline welfare charity and helps more than 230,000 cats and kittens every year.

Visit Website

Fab Cats

FAB is a charity dedicated to promoting the health and welfare of cats through improved feline knowledge.

Visit Website

Greyhound Gap

Greyhound Gap is an independent charity set up to rescue and rehome greyhounds and lurchers who find themselves in a 'put to sleep' situation in UK pounds.

Visit Website

Guide Gogs

Guide Dogs has been breeding and training guide dogs for more than 75 years, providing many thousands to blind and partially-sighted people of all ages.

Visit Website

Hedgehog Rescue

Hedgehog Rescue is a voluntary group of individuals who care for sick, injured and orphaned hedgehogs, within their own homes in the South West.

Visit Website

Hyndburn Stray Dogs

The Hyndburn Stray Dogs in Need charity began in 2000 and relies on the generosity of the public to help in its efforts to give stray dogs a second chance.

Visit Website

Otter Survival Fund

The International Otter Survival Fund is a leading otter charity and is the only one in the UK solely dedicated to the conservation, protection and care of otters.

Visit Website

Mona Foundation

Mona's aim is to end the exploitation of primates in captivity and provide a home where rescued primates can live in a natural environment where people can be inspired to respect wild animals.

Visit Website

National Pet Month

National Pet Month promotes responsible pet ownership, makes people aware of the benefits of pets for people and people for pets and raises awareness of the role, value and contribution to society of working companion animals.

Visit Website

NEDDI Donkey Initiative

The New European Distressed Donkey Initiative is a non-profit making company established in 1990 to offer care and safety to donkeys within Britain and Europe at risk from neglect, cruelty or maltreatment.

Visit Website

PDSA

The PDSA is a veterinary charity to provide care for sick and injured animals of the poor. It carries out more than one million free veterinary consultations a year.

Visit Website

SCAS

The Society for Companion Animals Studies is an education charity working to support and promote the health and social benefits of interactions between people and companion animals.

Visit Website

The Badger Trust

The Badger Trust promotes the conservation and welfare of badgers and the protection of their setts and habitats for the public benefit. It is the leading voice for badgers and represents and supports around 60 local voluntary badger groups.

Visit Website

Blue Cross for Pets

Blue Cross has been dedicated to the health and happiness of pets since 1897. Abandoned or unwanted, ill or injured – they do what's needed to give every pet a healthy life in a happy home. As a charity, the more help you give, the more help it can give pets.

Visit Website

The Cinnamon Trust

The only specialist national charity for people in their last years and their much loved, much needed companion animals. The Cinnamon Trust will walk a dog every day for a housebound owner, foster pets when owners need hospital care and even fetch the cat food.

Visit Website

Wildlife Vets International

Without veterinary skills and training, conservation charities' jobs are much more difficult. Wildlife Vets International is a new charity created to give conservation workers the veterinary support and skills they need..

Visit Website

Northern Greyhound Rescue

Northern Greyhound Rescue is a small registered charity in the North-West dedicated to improving the lives of greyhounds and lurchers. The dogs come to them from both licensed tracks and unregulated or 'flapping tracks'. All dogs are rehoused in loving homes, foster homes or boarding kennels.

Visit Website

Furry Tails Feline Welfare

Feline Welfare's policy at the sanctuary is not to catch and cage but heal and home. Their aim is to make their cats feel at home as possible. Their cats are happy and healthy and Feline Welfare's homing record is exceptional.

Visit Website

Cats' Paws Sanctuary

The sanctuary is run by a team of 5 staff members. This includes a veterinary nurse with the other members of staff having gained NVQs in Animal Care. Between them all they have many years of experience working with rescued animals but in particular with our feline friends.

Visit Website

Cat Rescue Fylde

Cat Rescue takes care of homeless distressed cats and tries to place them with people for cat adoption or cat fostering. Some cats cannot be fostered or adopted so Cat Rescue gives them a home at the cattery and seeks sponsorship to help provide funds for their long-term care.

Visit Website

The Veterinary Health Centre Ltd, 4 Greenways, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, FY8 3LY. Tel: 01253 729 309 | Company Reg. Number 5507480 | VAT number 636464523
| Website designed and hosted by Cyberfrog Design