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  • Introducing Our Shampoo Range

  • A range of antibacterial shampoos for your dog
  • Discover Our New Summer Range

  • Shopping that makes a diference
  • Shop with our partners

  • Bringing you great deals, in partnership with companies that believe in happy, healthy pets

Introducing Our Shampoo Range

A range of antibacterial shampoos for your dog SHOP NOW

Discover Our New Summer Range

Shopping that makes a diference SHOP NOW

Shop with our partners

Bringing you great deals, in partnership with companies that believe in happy, healthy pets SHOP NOW

Each sale helps PDSA's life-saving charity work

Find the right product for your pet from our wide range of pet supplies - selected using our veterinary expertise.

PDSA Vet Care Range

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Customer Reviews

We were recommended these by the vet when my bitch had her spaying. She's an 8 year old who was struggling with jumping, but since she's had these, it's like she has a new lease of life in her!!

Customer Review of PSDA Vet Care Joint Care Dogs

This is a good quality product. I have bought ear cleaners before and they did not appear to help, but these have helped clear the wax from my dogs ears and my dog has stopped rubbing her itchy ears.

Customer Review of PDSA Ear Cleaner for Dogs

My beautiful GSD has a very delicate gut... this works wonders on keeping everything in balance for her, keeping her healthy and well. Would definitely recommend for anyone who’s pet has a dodgy gut.

Customer Review of PDSA Vet Care Probiotic Paste for Dogs and Cats

See how your purchase helps pets in need

Pup has lucky escape after wolfing down cold medicine

Jack Russell crossbreed puppy Duke was saved by our vets after he got his paws on a cold and flu sachet containing paracetamol.

Vets at our Bristol Pet Hospital assessed Duke and immediately began treatment. Duke was given medication and was monitored closely before being deemed well enough to return home.

Bunny gets her hop back after op – despite losing a leg

A Manchester bunny named Nora nearly lost her hop after breaking her leg, but after a major operation by our vets, she’s back home on all three paws. 

Nora’s concerned owner, noticed that she was refusing to put weight on her back leg and seemed in pain. So took her in to our Manchester PDSA Pet Hospital to be checked over. Following an examination, our vets confirmed that she had suffered a nasty fracture.

Unfortunately, painkillers and rest provided no cure, and the Manchester PDSA team had to amputate Nora’s leg.

Kevin the cat suffers metal poisoning after swallowing 5p coin

When Kevin was brought in, he was very unwell and had a lot of tummy pain. X-rays revealed a coin in Kevin’s stomach.

After stabilising Kevin, the vet team carried out surgery to remove the coin from his stomach. Even though we had removed the source of the toxin, Kevin wasn’t out of the woods as metal poisoning can cause ill-effects even weeks later, so it was vital to keep a close eye on him.