PDSA Pet Practice

Mill House is proud to be a PDSA Pet Practice, offering funded treatment to registered eligible pet owners who live in the PE30 and PE34 postcode areas.

PDSA funded treatment is only available to companion animals kept in the home or in a hutch and only one pet per household can be registered.  Click here to check your eligibility to register for PDSA funded treatment.

To register you’ll need to fill in an application form at the surgery which we then forward to PDSA for approval.  The application must be accompanied by a postal order for £7.50 to assist with PDSA’s administration costs and photocopies of documents proving you are in receipt of housing benefit or council tax benefit.

Once accepted by the PDSA, you’ll receive a certificate valid for a fixed period for the pet you have nominated. This certificate will only be valid at Mill House Veterinary Hospital and must be shown each time your pet needs treatment.  You should make a donation to the charity each time your pet is treated.  Registered pets will be able to receive basic essential treatment free of charge when sick, subject to the restrictions below.

PDSA does not cover:

  • advanced diagnostics and complex therapies
  • call-outs for home visits or out of hours charges
  • routine treatments such as vaccinations, flea and worm control and neutering
  • prescription pet food
  • laboratory tests not essential for diagnosis
  • referral to specialists
  • health checks
  • pregnancy diagnosis, and costs relating to pregnancy, whelping and kittening
  • post mortem examinations
  • attention to stray animals
  • costs relating to planned matingPDSA_png_web_150px NEW
  • treatment for insured animals
  • private cremation

Pets should be up to date with vaccinations and you must undertake to follow treatment instructions for your pet.

PDSA is the UK’s leading veterinary charity treating more than 5,800 sick and injured pets every working day.

Click here to take part in the PDSA’s Big Pet Check, a fun digital tool designed to give owners an insight into their pet’s five welfare needs.  By answering a few simple questions, you will get advice on how to improve your pet’s wellbeing.