All4Paws is a free, student-run clinic that offers veterinary care to the pets of people who are homeless or vulnerably housed* in and around Edinburgh.

Our clinics are held:

  • Every Monday evening at the Grassmarket Community Project
    • 6.00-7.15pm
  • On the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at Turning Point Scotland, in Leith
    • 6.30-7.30pm
  • Every 1st Saturday of the month at Edinburgh Access Practice
    • 12.00-3.00pm

You can Find Us here!

Our clinics are run by our committee members (all vet students studying at the University of Edinburgh), and all clinics are supervised by at least one of our wonderful supervising vets.

We offer basic veterinary care such as free health checks, vaccines, flea/tick and worm treatments, microchips, and spay and neutering information.  We also do follow ups with some of our patients, and allow clients to pick up donations and medications on a regular basis.

We can provide basic supplies such as winter coats, collars, leads, toys, food, treats, and muzzles if needed.

If you would like to visit us, we ask that dogs are brought on a lead, and cats are kept in carriers.

*Please get in contact if you have queries regarding your eligibility for our services. We do not include council housing in the definition for vulnerably housed, but if you have any concerns regarding this, we would be happy to discuss this with you, so please get in touch.