A review of PDSA Pet Aid Hospital by Grateful dog owner written on Sunday 10th of April 2011
I was married with children and working part time when my ex hub left used t pay to see a prvate vet, I had then no choice but to be a claimaint of benefits and it was horrible. My girl dog was young adult, and had a season I was wanting to have her neutered it all happened so fast she took ill and needed emergency op on womb and my vet said i could qualify if was on benefits. I didnt realise pdsa would treat her free with a donation. I was frought with nerves, as sat in the glasgow waiting room of the new premises and was totally humbled by the poor and the frail elderly owners who sat patiently in long queues with ill animals that they loved, and they had all travelled miles like me, to make their pets well. we were all equal i was no better than them and i too am scraping the barrel to make the benefit last and be a good mum i am glad i went. my dog has a few recurrent problems with her eyes and there is no way i could have kept her ,had i not qualified for help .i truly cant thank the staff enough and although no one wants to be jobless, on homeless list and stuck in a cycle of zero money, being able to have my dog has kept me sane and i wouldnt know what to do if the service vanished. i dislike private vets who charge like £20 just to see your dog .only negative is trying to make the appointment to be seen. tel lines always engaged and you are best going into the desk to see them and make appointment face to face ...
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