PDSA PetAid hospital

Our address:
PDSA PetAid hospital
The Jeanne Marchig Centre
Lorne Street
East Bowling
West Yorkshire, BD4 7PS

Tel: 01274 740070

Practice Web Site: Only enhanced listings show website links

Practice Rating:

0 1 2 3 4 5

General information about this Surgery:

To be eligible for PDSA help, pet owners need to live within the catchment area of a PDSA service
and receive either Housing Benefit or Council Tax Benefit.
The PDSA's veterinary services are funded entirely by public support
through donations, legacies and other funding activities.

Species treated:

We don't treat small animals at this surgery
We don't treat farm animals or equine

This surgery is near to these places:

no nearby places

Mobile Services

No mobile services available.

Customer Reviews:

Leave a Review

Leave a review

1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star 5 star
1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star 5 star
1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star 5 star
1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star 5 star
1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star 5 star
1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star 5 star 6 star 7 star 8 star 9 star 10 star


Brilliant proffesional service to my cat and very caring

"border colle"

Having found myself severely disabled after an active life with horses that my boy herded for me, I found myself in the hands of Bradford pdsa, instead of the private vets we had always used. Although it took a while to diagnose what appeared to be a very fit healthy dog, the vets did get to the bottom of the problem and although his prognosis is not good, the vets have been wonderful with him. Liz especially, who takes an interest in cardiac cases has been spot on with her treatment plan. I am very grateful for the pdsa, I always leave a donation of at least £10 which is a fraction of the cost of a private vet because without them, my best friend would not have made it this far. Lovely receptionists, everyone really cares. I do feel cross when I see people take advantage, leave no donation or treat the hospital as their right, its a privilege and we think ourselves very lucky to be able to access their help, thankyou.

"animal welfare"


Cat was 20, had a good life. the vet and staff were excellent. Thank you.


After taking my two beautiful cats for a routine exam one of them Gizmo was diagnosed with a fatal illness, in short we had to have him put to sleep,the vet and her assistants were kind and gave me the courage to help my little boy go to sleep for the last time, the PDSA do a wonderful job,the lady vet and her colleagues even sent a hand written sympathy card that still sits on my mantle piece.


I came with my cat scooby he means the world to me and when he was sick out of hours pdsa at bradford was my light at the end of the tunnel he has perked up and we are so gratefull thank you so much.

"Dog poppy"

My dog was been sick and had runs, they treated her for gastroenteritis , took her every day for four days, they were great, she's up and running around like a pup now, thank you all. As my a OAP I left what I could afford,

Thank you all

Mrs P Dobson

"My cat"

Today, Xmas Eve, I had to have my cat put to sleep. The young vet who saw to him, was absolutely wonderful. He explained to me that I was doing the right thing, which made me feel less guilty. I can't praise the PDSA enough, and although I'll never own another pet, I will be donating from 1st Jan 2014 by direct debit.

Thank you so very much.

Meg Selby

PDSA PetAid hospital


Note: Your changes will not be published unless you have clicked
'Make Live'.

If you leave the page now, all unsaved data will be lost. Are you sure?