Animal Trust is a not-for-profit veterinary company. That means that our priority always is, always will be and always has been, the health and care of the animals that we see. As a not-for-profit company, we reinvest our profits back into the business. This allows us to provide more advanced veterinary care for your pets, while keeping the costs affordable to you.
Animal Trust has grown rapidly and now cares for thousands of dogs and cats whose owners, like Animal Trust vets, want the best for their pet when they are unwell.
We believe that every animal deserves access to experienced and professional veterinary care as soon as they become ill. That is why free consultations are available for sick and injured animals brought to the surgery. Emergency supplements may apply.
We hope this will encourage you to bring your pet to us as soon as you can, allowing us to treat them earlier and reduce the suffering that occurs due to untreated veterinary conditions.
Since we’re not a charity, but a self funding not for profit, everyone is welcome to register.
At Animal Trust, we want to do good for the communities in which we’re based. We aim to provide the best access to good veterinary care for pets via a network of hospitals that are available to an owner who earns the real living wage. By doing this, we help lower income households to enjoy the physical and mental benefits of pet ownership.
We became a Community Interest Company (CIC), because for us it’s not just about making a profit – good performance to us is making a difference to our communities and our patients, while minimising our environmental impact and being financially sustainable.
We are able to offer a number of services not available in many Vets. Not only do we provide these for the patients of our own clients, but increasingly to patients who travel just to access these services. We try and offer these services at very affordable costs while delivering excellent standards of care. Due to the nature of these services they are not available at each surgery.
We perform hundreds of orthopaedic operations every year and are able to offer a wide range of procedures to our patients.
Pet CT Scans
Pet CT scans are an advanced imaging technique that sit alongside our X-Ray and Ultrasound facilities to allow us to obtain high-quality, diagnostic images.
An inpatient is a pet that requires treatment or tests which cannot be provided through prescribing medication at home or by admission to the surgery for a day procedure.
Support for you and your pet when you need a vet urgently.
Pet ultrasounds are a safe and commonly used way of imaging the inside of dogs, cats and other pets.
Our vets and nurses will assess your pet’s dental health when you visit an Animal Trust clinic for their annual vaccination and health check.
Find A Surgery
We have a number of surgeries across the north of England, north Wales and Yorkshire. Find out more about what we can do for your pet at each of our surgeries, as well our opening times and how to contact us by following the links to the surgery pages below.