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 Here you will find information about what to do if you are planning on travelling abroad with your pet, what help is available if you are struggling to meet the costs of veterinary care, both from the PDSA through PetAid and what schemes we run as a practice to help you spread the cost of veterinary care across the year.

We also have information on pet insurance and below you will find other links to external websites which you may find useful (please note, Alnorthumbria Veterinary Group Ltd. is not responsible for the content of external third party websites).

British Veterinary Association

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has some very useful information explaining veterinary fees as well as explaining the benefits of pet insurance.  The documents can be viewed and downloaded here:

The Cost of Veterinary Care Explained

The Benefits of Pet Insurance

Links to other Web Sites of interest:

A good place to start is the RSPCA website - click on the right handside link 'Know Your Pet' or The Blue Cross charity website where free leaflets can be downloaded.

Cat owners


- Cats Protection - leaflets for download

- - The Feline Advisory Bureau (fab) is a charity dedicated to promoting the health and welfare of cats through improved feline knowledge, to help us all care better for our cats

Dog owners

- RSPCA - Dog Training Information - Worming Advice from Drontal


- xlvets The APBC is an international network of experienced and qualified pet behaviour counsellors, who, on referral from veterinary surgeons, treat behaviour problems in dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses and other pets. It takes time to establish the cause and develop treatment plans that are suitable for the owner's circumstances, and APBC members are able to offer the time and expertise necessary to achieve these objectives. The APBC also runs seminars and workshops, both for its members and others interested in the field of pet behaviour therapy and dog training, and also sells books, videos and other products related to the subject.  

The firework season may go with a bang for you and your family, but it is estimated that approximately 60 per cent of pets become stressed and fearful while fireworks are going off, often when owners are out of the house enjoying the festivities.Pet owners should plan in advance and prepare their pets for fireworks, to ensure that the experience is as stress-free as possible.

A 'one stop shop' featuring a wealth of animal health information and advice to help owners and potential owners to make decisions about their pets' healthcare.