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About the Clinic

35a St. Georges Street, Ipswich, IP1 3NF         Tel: 01473 231972

Opening Times

The Clinic is open Tuesday and Friday only.  No appointment is necessary, you can just turn up with your pet.

The Clinic is available to help those who are in receipt of named benefits and cannot afford private veterinary fees.   We are here to help people so that their pets do not suffer.

We can help with medications, flea/tick and worm treatments and can also provide help with neutering and vaccinations.

Doors open at 11.15am and the vet arrives at 12 noon.   As long as a customer is booked in by 1pm, they will be seen by the vet. 

Telephone is answered 10.30am to approx. 2pm

We are pleased to advise that we can take card payments at our Clinic.

Please bring proof of benefit and identification with you each time you attend with your pet.

Please Note:  we do not have car parking facilities available to the public; St. Georges Street and other surrounding streets are largely residents’ only parking.

The nearest car park is in Claude street, IP1 3HS (behind Crown Street)

If you need to contact the clinic outside of opening hours, please contact the Animal Centre between 9am to 4.30pm on 0300 999 7321 or email or email

** Please Note** If you are breeding for monetary gain or any of your animals have repeated litters, we reserve our right not to see any of your animals and recommend you should attend a private vet. Whilst we are here to ensure animals get the best care possible, we are a charity and valuable funds could be used to help other animals not associated with financial gain.


We do not have surgical facilities or a laboratory and therefore cannot carry out operations, blood tests or x-rays, etc. on site. However, we do work very closely with veterinary practices in Ipswich and the surrounding area and we can provide vouchers to help towards the cost of some treatments.

We can provide repeat medication orders for registered clients, as long as our vet has seen the animal within the last 6 months. You will need to allow one week before you can collect repeat medications.   Please telephone with your requests during our opening times.

The RSPCA Clinic relies on volunteers. Without them we really would not be able to run the clinic. If you would like to volunteer at the clinic, please download an application form and post to the address on the form or email to Rebecca our Clinic Administrator at

We rely on public donations to keep the clinic running. Without this help we just couldn’t keep going and pay the £40,000 it costs to run the Clinic every year. If you would like to donate to help sick and injured animals, please contact the clinic or click here to make an online donation.

Income Support

Employment and Support Allowance

Job Seekers Allowance

Universal Credit

Housing Benefit

Council Tax Benefit/Credit

State Pension / Pension Credit

Severe Disablement Allowance

Disability Living Allowance

Incapacity Benefit

Personal Independence Benefit

We do issue cat neutering vouchers. All of our cat neutering surgery gets carried out at a separate veterinary practice.

All you will need to contribute is £10 per cat. The RSPCA will fund the remaining cost. You will also receive a free microchip for your cat, which the vet does at the same time as the surgery.

It is our aim for all registered pets to be neutered and microchipped.

We also issue dog neutering vouchers. If you need to have your dog spayed or castrated, you will need to bring your dog to the RSPCA Clinic for a health check first. These health checks are extremely important because the vet needs to assess that your dog is healthy enough to undergo surgery. If the vet is satisfied, we will issue a voucher.

We work with all veterinary practices who accept RSPCA Animal Welfare Clinic Vouchers for spaying and castration of dogs. This means that you can choose which veterinary practice you would like to perform your dog’s spay or castration. We simply write a voucher out to the veterinary practice of your choice. The amount the RSPCA contribute is variable and is bracketed by the dog’s weight and sex.

It is our aim for all registered pets to be neutered and microchipped.

The RSPCA Animal Welfare Clinic currently helps to vaccinate puppies and kittens up to 14 months. You will need to telephone the clinic or email to order your pet’s vaccine. The vet only brings a limited supply and if you just turn up for a vaccine, there is no guarantee that the vet will have enough.   At this time, we are currently only able to help with the first vaccinations for animals up to 14 months, we are not able to provide annual vaccinations.

Kitten Standard Vaccines £20.00

Optional with Leukaemia £40.00

Puppies £25.00

*Prices include two jabs

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