RSPCA Sunderland, Hartlepool & South Tyneside

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RSPCA Sunderland, Hartlepool & South Tyneside

RSPCA Sunderland, Hartlepool & South Tyneside provide subsidised neutering and microchipping of companion animals for those in the Branch area on low incomes. This work helps to control dog, cat, rabbit and ferret populations through neutering and benefits those on means-tested benefits by giving them financial help to neuter and microchip companion animals, thereby promoting responsible pet ownership. In some more urgent cases, the branch can also provide emergency consultation funding, where animals require immediate veterinary assistance. 

The branch responds to all local enquiries via the phone, email and social media channels on branch-related matters. This could include how to make charitable donations, where to find animal welfare advice, sign-posting, pet food bank assistance, neutering, microchipping and more. As an independent, administrative branch, RSPCA Sunderland is not able to directly assist with animal incidents that need the assistance of frontline teams, however, they can help members of the public with information via essential signposting.

RSPCA Sunderland, Hartlepool & South Tyneside branch is a separately registered charity to the National Society. It does however, comply with the Rules and Guidelines issued by the National Society of the RSPCA and works tirelessly to achieve the Society’s objectives throughout the branch area. Within the terms of the governing document, RSPCA Sunderland, Hartlepool & South Tyneside support the National Society and the local Inspectorate by providing vouchers for neutering to be issued by the Inspectors to members of the public in greatest need, and often provide funding towards veterinary treatment and rehabilitation for animals taken into RSPCA care.

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