The work of StreetVet doesn't stop just because it's Christmas, and our team of volunteer nurses and vets will be continuing to provide essential vet care to the dogs (and cats) on the streets around Great Britain this winter. On average, our medical costs are £5000 per month, and we would like to raise money to pay for a month of those costs and any essentials in our Christmas Appeal.

At StreetVet we endeavour to support those pet owners who are not able to say they have a home in the traditional sense. Often our clients (people experiencing homelessness) say their home is wherever their beloved companion is. Please help us to spread a little warmth and joy to them this Christmas.

StreetVet does not receive any government funding and our service is only possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters and our amazing volunteers.

How to support us

Our supporters are part of the SV family, without your generosity we could not help all the pets and their owners that benefit from our services.

There are many ways to support StreetVet

  • Fundraising: such a sponsored run, having a cake sale or having a local dog show!
  • Volunteering: join one of our location teams either as a qualified vet or vet nurse, or as a support team member
  • Donation: You can donate directly by a giving a single donation a setting up the regular giving option
  • Leave a legacy: Should you wish you can leave a kind gift in your will as a legacy
  • Social Media: Follow us on our social media platforms, such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!

All your contributions will help to make a huge difference in providing medication, procedures, provisions and care for our clients pets.

How are your donations used

All your support and donations will help to provide the much needed care to the pets of people experiencing homelessness. This includes equipping our team with the kit they need, buying medications, paying for life saving operations, providing provisions such as food, toys and treats.

Our outreach volunteers work tirelessly to help where they are needed, sometimes to just be there for a chat with the owners and a fuss for their pet can be so important.