Coronavirus Update January 2021
You can find our Christmas Opening Hours here…
The Chief Veterinary Officers for England, Scotland and Wales have agreed to bring in new measures to help protect poultry and captive birds, following a number of cases of avian influenza in both wild and captive birds in the UK. The new measures come into force from 14 December 2020.
This guidance provides further information about what you can expect from Bredy Vets during the Coronavirus pandemic.
In April 2020, Bredy Veterinary Centre turns 35! We’re proud to have been serving the Bridport community since 1985 and look forward to doing so into the future.
Help us celebrate our anniversary at our OPEN DAY on 25th April 2020.
Get your pet’s vaccinations up to date with our February offer!
Our pets benefit from a balanced diet that’s tailored to their particular needs, along with right amount of exercise for their age and abilities. Here we look at a few tips for keeping your pet in great shape.
Christmas is a time for celebration… not a time when you want an unexpected trip to the vets! It’s important to remember that Christmas can create additional hazards for our pets. So here’s some top tips to stay safe this Christmas.
Have you ever tried to clean your pet’s teeth?
Well, It’s not exactly easy is it! It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got cats, dogs, rabbits or any other type of pet – routing around in their mouth is likely to put your fingers at risk!
Our pets can’t understand what fireworks are about. To them, the loud noises and bright flashes are scary and unexpected and our pets often want to escape from what is a high-stress situation for them.
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Consultations by appointment only.
Starting from 9am.
Last appointment 5.45pm.
15 minute appointments.
Mon – Fri: 8.30am-6pm.
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24 HOURS A DAY
Bredy Veterinary Centre
Sea Road North
Proud to be RCVS Accredited
We are an RCVS accredited practice, for both pets and farm animals – this means that our practice has voluntarily undergone regular inspections by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
Please note that all telephone calls to the practice are recorded for training and monitoring purposes.