Bury, Oldham & District Branch provides a subsidised veterinary clinic service for people in receipt of benefits or on a low income*. Funding is limited and therefore we can only treat animals on a preventative care basis. The cost is £10 health check (including microchip). £18 vaccination/booster (including microchip). Worm/flea and other medicines are charged at an extra cost.
We are currently offering to microchip your pet for £5 for dogs and cats.
We are also able to offer limited subsidised 1st line treatments for ear & eye infections.
Our mobile clinic currently operates on a schedule alternating between the Bury and Oldham areas. It is available 10am – 3pm and no appointment is necessary. For further information please ring 0300 1111 333.
Here are the dates and locations we currently have confirmed;
26th April Asda, Greenfield Lane, Shaw
10th May Close Park, Dumers Lane, Radcliffe, Bury
24th May Villages Housing Association, Fircroft Road, Fitton Hill
7th June Hoyles Park, Thrush Drive, Bury
21st June Tandle Hill Park, Royton, Oldham
We are unable to see animals at clinic for any other illnesses, injuries or diagnostic investigations. All animals that require this type of treatment will need to contact the RSPCA Animal Hospital at Salford (Tel 0300 123 0711, Address 411 Eccles New Road, Salford Manchester M5 5NN) or contact a private veterinary practice for assistance.
Animals that will not be seen by the clinic
* Our veterinary clinic is for the preventative treatments of animals whose owners are in receipt of benefits or on a low income. Benefits currently accepted:
To qualify to use our clinics your address must come within the following postcodes:
All veterinary surgeons which carry out the work on our clinics are from RSPCA Greater Manchester Animal Hospital, 411 Eccles New Road, Salford, Manchester, M5 5NN.
If your animal is under care by our veterinary surgeon, for emergencies and out of hour care contact 0300 123 0711.
To have your pet neutered the information is under the heading for neutering