Matt leaves & Andy is back

Sadly, vet Matt Field has left Bredy Vets this month (June 2019) after 9.5 years here, to be closer to his family in the South East. We wish him all the very best for the future & he will be missed by everyone.

We welcome back Andy Eve, who worked at the practice for 2.5 years from 2014-2016. He’s been travelling and working in New Zealand & now returns back to Bredy Vets for  a few months as a locum vet over the summer 2019.

Farm Summer Newsletter 2019

Please look at the attached newsletter for latest Summer farm information.

Rabbit Awareness Month

If you would like advice or guidance about how best to protect your rabbit from flystrike then book a free check during May.

Mobility Month

It’s Mobility Month during May and we’ll be helping to keep your pets on the move! Pets of all ages can benefit from a mobility check to make sure they keep on moving, and the right diet and exercise program can make all the difference.

What to do in an emergency

You know we’re here for you and your pets whether you have a routine query or a blue light emergency. Whilst we all hope that our pets will never be taken seriously ill, or involved in an accident, it’s worth being prepared in case the worst should happen.
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!

Dental Month In February!

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!

Cat napping

On average, cats spend two thirds of every day sleeping. That means a nine-year-old cat has been awake for only three years of its life! And cats tend to sleep more as they get older…

Firework fears…

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.

Ticks making the news

Most pet owners know that ticks are bad news for our furry family members. But did you know they are pose a risk to the rest of the family too?