Many animals, like me, arrive at a NAWT centre in urgent need of veterinary treatment, and then require extensive on-going care before we can be rehomed. The lovely folk at NAWT always put our welfare first, but medical treatment can be very expensive.
The partnership follows a survey of 2,000 dog-owning drivers which revealed a fifth (22 per cent) got their most recent dog after the start of lockdown – leaving some with hefty costs.
More than a third (35 per cent) of new dog owners said they had to buy a larger or more practical car because of the dog.
However, a vet practice in the 1970s looked very different to today; X-rays were the only form of diagnostic imaging available to pets, and flea treatments were widely ineffective!
Here at NAWT, every animal that comes in to our care is given a full veterinary check upon admission, which is followed up by any necessary treatment.
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This Easter, we have created a pawsome bit of fun for any children in your lives. Our Easter Kids Activity Pack is available now for you to download and print.
They will learn plenty of cool and important things, including how to make sure pets and other animals are kept safe. The pack features a bunch of fun activities – a maze, colouring in, word search, quizzes and more.