UNFORTUNATELY WE DONT HAVE ANYMORE CLINIC DATES AT PRESENTU
UNFORTUNATELY WE DONT HAVE ANYMORE CLINIC DATES AT PRESENTUUu
Mobile vet clinic dates
PROOF OF BENEFITS MUST BE SHOWN EVERY VISIT
16th April 2014 Tandle Hill Park, Royton, Oldham
23rd April 2014 Hoyles Park, Huntley Mount Rd, Bury
30th April 2014 Limeside Community Centre, First Ave, Oldham
7th May 2014 Clarence Park, Walmersley Rd, Bury
14th May 2014 Close Park, Dumers Lane, Radcliffe
21st May 2014 Tandle Hill Park, Royton
28th May Sure Start Centre, Bacup
4th June Hoyles Park, Huntley Mount Road, Bury
11th June Rawtenstall (to be confirmed)
18th June Clarence Park (Lido carpark), Walmersley Road, Bury
25th June Close Park, Dumers Lane, Radcliffe, Bury
2nd July Tandle Hill Park, Tandle Hill Road, Royton, Oldham
9th July Sure Start Centre, Bacup
16th July Hoyles Park, Huntley Mount Road, Bury
23rd July Rawtenstall (to be confirmed)
30th July Clarence Park, (Lido Carpark) Walmersley Road, Bury
6th August Close Park, Dumers Lane, Radcliffe, Bury
13th August Tandle Hill Park, Tandle Hill Road, Royton, Oldham
20th August Sure Start Centre, Bacup
27th August Hoyles Park, Huntley Mount Road, Bury
3rd September Rawtenstall (to be confirmed)
10th September Clarence Park, (Lido carpark) Walmersley Rd, Bury
THE VET IS ALSO AT RSPCA, RHODES BANK, OLDHAM OL1 1UA EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9am-11am
In 2007 it was decided that we would expand our welfare activity to include a mobile welfare clinic that we would take out into areas of great need. This is a joint project with the Bolton RSPCA and has proved very successful.
We offer subsidised neutering at the animal centre for cats and dogs whose owners cannot afford local veterinary cost. This is available by appointment only.
Owners must declare that they are unable to afford private veterinary treatment
They must be in receipt of either Income Support, income-based Job-Seeker's Allowance or Working Tax Credit, or State Pension, or be a full-time student who is not resident at home.
Only domestic pet animals are treated. This usually includes just dogs & cats.
You will be requested to show your proof of eligibility whenever asked and at least every six months
What will it cost?
The clinic is non-profit making, and in fact requires subsidising by the Bury, Oldham Branch. We charge a cost price for consultations, the initial consultation fee is currently £10 this includes a free microchip. £18 per vaccination/booster. Worm/flea treatment and other medicines will be charged extra.
In order to keep costs down, we do not deal with accounts and do ask for payment to be made at the time of treatment.
We do not accept cheques