"If it wasn't for the PDSA, I couldn't have Charlie"

An animal charity that provides treatment for injured and sick pets has moved into a purpose-built hospital on the outskirts of Plymouth. The PDSA raised £2m for the building and says it was essential with more pet owners turning to them because they can't afford vet bills.

Dog owner Pat Eveleigh talks about how important the charity has been for her and Richard Hooker, Director of Veterinary Services at the PDSA says the new building couldn't have come at a more important time.