Written by What's On MCR Team Apr 17, 2018
Charity unveils plans for £2.4 million ‘Pet Wellbeing Centre’ in Manchester
PDSA launches appeal to replace outdated pet hospital
Plans for a ground-breaking Pet Wellbeing Centre in Manchester to treat pets in need have been unveiled by PDSA. The charity is celebrating its centenary year, and has been caring for Manchester pets since 1925, when the first PDSA dispensary opened in the city.
The current PDSA Pet Hospital location in Old Trafford has been the charity’s home for over 40 years. Today, its vets and nurses treat nearly 12,000 pets every year, providing around 78,000 treatments, ranging from emergency life-saving surgery to routine vaccinations and dental operations. But after years of treating sick and injured pets, the much-loved hospital, on Warwick Road South, has now reached breaking point and desperately needs replacing.
For more information about the Pet Wellbeing Centre and how to get involved visit