RSPCA Northamptonshire Branch veterinary voucher scheme

The role of the Northamptonshire RSPCA is to provide help and support for animals and their owners throughout the county. For people on certain benefits and living in Northamptonshire, it provides vouchers to help with covering the partial cost of neutering and spaying pets and for a consultation to see a vet. In 2014 the charity helped with welfare costs and neutering/spaying 540 animals from the public.

The amount it covers for neutering/spaying pets is as follows:

  • Dog (Male): £25
  • Dog (Female): £30
  • Cat (Male): £20
  • Cat (Female): £25
  • Rabbit (Male): £20
  • Rabbit (Female): £25

Last updated on 3 May 2019

Who is eligible?

People on low incomes living in Northamptonshire can receive a voucher for a veterinary consultation fee. People who are on Income Support or Housing Benefit are able to receive a neutering/spay voucher for their pets.

How to apply?

Contact the Northampton Branch to find out how to apply.

For neutering and spaying vouchers, an application form is sent out and applicants must provide proof of their benefits.

Other information

The RSPCA Northamptonshire Branch is a small and independent branch that does not receive financial support from the national RSPCA. It exists to support animals specifically within the county. This includes helping members of the public with veterinary consultation and neutering/spay fees.

Contact details

RSPCA Northamptonshire Branch, Mill Cottage
Creaton Road,

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