Useful Contact Numbers
|Cruelty and Emergency Line (24 Hours)||0300 1234 999|
|Clinic - Tar Works Rd|
Opening Times Tuesdays 10 till 12.30 appointments and emergencies.
1.30 till 4pm Open surgery. ( walk in)
Fridays 3pm to 4pm- Microchipping and certain flea and worm clinic only (SQP)
You must be on means tested benefits to use this clinic and live within the East Norfolk area. We can also carry out routine vaccinations for dogs, cats and rabbits.
|Welfare Voucher Scheme|
We will help towards the cost of neutering and emergency vet bills for people who are on means tested benefits. 10am to 4pm only
|East Norfolk RSPCA Branch Manager - Debs Cook|
9am to 5pm Monday to Friday only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
|East Norfolk RSPCA Re-homing Line - Lesley Rogers||07867 972870|
Regent Street, Great Yarmouth
|Other local RSPCA Branches|
Suffolk East Coast (Lowestoft Area)
|Council Dog Wardens|
Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Pickups will only be made if the dog is secured.
Referrals can be made using 01362 858500 which is also the number dog owners should ring to arrange collection or return of their dog. This number can be given out freely to the public although The service will be available at the following hours
o Monday – Friday 08:00 – 19:00 hours
o Weekends and Bank Holidays 08:00 – 17:00 hours
o NOTE: There is no service outside of these hours
· Waveney Council
Haven Vets, Great Yarmouth
|Cats Protection League Main Number||03000 121212|
|Norfolk & Suffolk Animal Trust||01493 843011|
If you have lost your cat, please inform your local branch of the RSPCA and report the cat missing to
petslocated.com. Contact all the local vets in your area to see if the cat has been injured, or taken in. Contact Petlog if your cat is microchipped to register them as lost. It is always advisable to have your pets microchipped.
If you lose your dog please follow the advice above but also contact the dog warden. Dogs, by law, must have a collar with a disc bearing the owners contact details.
If you find a lost animal please also contact the above.
If you find a stray dog you must notify the dog warden.
Branch Address details: RSPCA East Norfolk Branch, Animal Welfare Clinic, Tarworks Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1QR.