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Charity Clients

Charity Clients:

We are passionate about working with charities and have worked with most of the large charities since we set up our agency in 2006. You can expect a fast paced working environment which can be stressful at times, but we often get feedback from vets and nurses saying that they really enjoy the caseload from working in the charity hospitals and we recommend that everyone should work for one at least once in their career! We supply primarily locum staff to the main three charities we work with, but do also have regular permanent positions coming in. If you are interested in working for one, or all of them! Do get in touch........

We supply these charities at a reduced rate and members of our staff attend and are involved in local RSPCA open days. Our staff are all animal lovers so get involved in many local animal charity fundraising events as well as taking part in local animal shows and animal club’s.

 

 

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We have been the official supplier to the RSPCA for Veterinary staff since 2013 and cover all their veterinary staff requirements. We primarily recruit for the London based Hospitals but also cover the Wildlife centres in Norfolk and Somerset. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is a charity& is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world 

 

 

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We have been the official supplier to the PDSA for Veterinary staff since 2014, and again supply staff to over 50 hospitals.

 

You can expect to be working in a very busy environment, with a high volume of animals requiring treatment at all times. The People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA) was founded in 1917 by Maria Dickin to provide care for sick and injured animals of the poor. It is the UK's leading veterinary charity, carrying out more than one million free veterinary consultations a year.

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We supply the London based Blue Cross animal hospitals They treat around 30,000 poorly pets every year whose owners are on certain means-tested benefits.