New Forest RSPCA: 01202 526 520 (UK Local Number)

You can call the New Forest RSPCA Clinic on their Bournemouth contact number 01202 526 520 for free veterinary care for an injured pet or if you would like to ask about the opening times of the charity’s drop-in centre.


New Forest Clinic – 01202 526 520

Phone the New Forest RSPCA clinic on their main reception contact number 01202 526 520 to enquire about the process of claiming free medical care for your pet. For instance, if your pet requires emergency medical attention but you do not have the necessary insurance to use a private vet then the charity may be able to provide free assistance, medicine or perform minor surgeries. Similarly, new pet owners can also enquire when the local RSPCA clinic provides free worming sessions and flea treatments. Alternatively, you can use this number to ask how to register your cat or dog to be neutered by the charity. You are also encouraged to get in touch for pet welfare advice or to ask how to leave a donation to support the New Forest clinic in its efforts to provide free veterinary care to Bournemouth pets. Finally, if your pet is missing then you should call RSPCA to ask if it has been taken in by the clinic for you to collect and take back home.


When to Call the New Forest RSPCA

Phone numbers that start with a local area code will cost the same per-minute rate as any geographic call made from a UK landline or mobile phone. However, the RSPCA branch may be free to contact if your landline deal includes free calls to local rate numbers or if your mobile tariff has inclusive free minutes. You can contact the New Forest clinic during the standard working week as the helpline is available from 9am-4pm Monday to Friday.


Report Animal Cruelty – 0300 1234 999

Alternatively, you can call the RSPCA helpline number for reporting animal cruelty 0300 1234 999 so that a charity representative can investigate the situation. However, if you believe an animal to be in distress then you will need to provide a checklist of information before the charity can investigate. Alternatively, if you see an injured animal on the side of the road then it is advised that you do not move it but call the above helpline so that they can send out a rescue volunteer.


Visit the Clinic

You can visit the clinic if your pet requires emergency medical attention or if you would like to pick up a lost pet that has been picked up from the RSPCA clinic and should make sure to take note of the following address when planning your journey: RSPCA, 144 Richmond Park Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8TW, United Kingdom.