Vital Vet Equipment Needed To Set Up A Pop-up Low-cost Vet Clinic In Stroud

June 5, 2020

We believe that no animal should go without veterinary care when they need it most.  A vital part of the work that we do at CDCH is supporting pets belonging to financially vulnerable families, ensuring that no animal is left to suffer because of cost. 

 

 We run three weekly clinics, these are held in Gloucester, Stroud and at our centre in Cam near Dursley.  The Clinics are available to pet owners who are in receipt of means tested benefits and offer a range of affordable veterinary treatment.

 

If you would like to know more about our affordable clinic please visit our website here; https://www.cotswoldsdogsandcatshome.org.uk/rosewell-clinic

 

Our clinic in Stroud, which has been run from our premises in Lansdown Road, is making an exciting move into a community space within Stroud.  The move will enable us to support more pets and their families living in our community who would not normally be able to access veterinary support.

 

To get up and running we need to purchase some vital equipment at a cost of £2000.

 

We are asking you, our incredible supporters, to help us get our new Stroud Clinic up and running.  Please donate and help us provide the essential care to vulnerable animals living in our community. To find out how to donate please CLICK HERE.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

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