THEY’RE your best friend and loving family member, but did you know your four legged companion needs to be vaccinated once a year? This helps protect them from a number of life threatening diseases,, and you now have the opportunity to protect your pet and help the RSPCA at the same time.
On Saturday June 9 and Sunday 10 the RSPCA and Vets4Pets are teaming up to provide a great offer to all responsible pet owners. Normally costing on average £34 Vets4Pets are offering vaccinations at less than half price with all proceeds over the cost of the vaccine being donated to the RSPCA, as they look to build their new National Animal Hospital.
Vets4Pets Practice Partner Andre Vieites explains why they are doing this.
“The Vaccination Day is the first time we have supported such charitable causes in a big way and we wanted to make sure that we weren’t only seen to be encouraging donations, but that we reward the loyal pet owners for their support by offering a vaccination or booster for only £15 on the day,” he said.
Pet owners will need to phone the participating Vets4Pets practice to book an appointment quoting the RSPCA offer “LEAPS12”, in order to receive the discounted vaccination, and the RSPCA are urging people to book a place now as appointment slots are quickly filling up.
As Adam Rickitt, Leaps and Bounds Appeal Manager (and Coronation Street star) explains; “It is great that Vets4Pets are not only providing this fantastic offer, but they are also supporting the RSPCA especially this year, during the Leaps and Bounds Appeal for the new National Animal Hospital. We all know how tough things are out there right now, so I really hope people will take advantage of this because not only will they be keeping their pet purring, or tail wagging, but also they will be helping us to rescue and treat those poor animals that aren’t lucky enough to have such loving owners.”
To take advantage of this generous offer contact your local Vets4Pets practice PeterboroughVets4Pets on 01733-890777 quoting “LEAPS12” and book an appointment now
For more information on the RSPCA and the Leaps and Bounds Appeal or to donate, log on to: www.leapsandboundsappeal.org.uk