Pets in the Park — Frankston


Pets in the Park (PITP) Frankston is part of a national charity providing free medical care and advice for pets owned by people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Local vets and other volunteers help to run the service, launched in October 2014, with the help of volunteers from Community Support Frankston, Frankston Heights Veterinary Centre, Bolton Clarke and Frankston City Council.

Frankston Pets in the Park is held in a public open space once a month, and is by referral only. Pets are checked for parasites, infectious diseases, wounds and lumps, and given vaccinations supplied through donations.

Locally, referrals come through a range of different service providers, and clients are assessed for eligibility.

For more information, visit the 'Pets in the Park Frankston' Facebook page:


Where to Find Help for Your Pet

Details of where to find low cost emergency treatment and advice if you need help at any other time.


If you would like to make a donation to "Pets in the Park", please do so through their official website (Sydney based) and write FRANKSTON in the section with your details.