Bredy Veterinary Centre. Sea Road North, Bridport. Dorset. DT6 4RR.
Locally owned & run, non-corporate practice for pets and livestock, with our own 24 hour emergency service.
Telephone (24hrs): 01308 456771
Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 8.30am-6pm. Saturday: 9am-1pm.
Consultations start from 9am, by appointment only, last appointment 6pm.
15 minute appointments.
1st July 2016:- Farm Walk – organised for Sat 3rd September 2016. Click here for details.
1st July 2016:- Have a look at the new Pet Gallery page here
June 18-26 2016:- Rabbit awareness week. Please book your rabbit in for a free Vet Nurse appointment for a healthcheck.
Apr 2016:- We welcome Kerry Tancock to the practice, our new receptionist.
Mar 2016:- Microchipping your dog becomes a legal requirement from 6th April 2016 – book an appointment with a vet or nurse to have your dog microchipped. It’s a simple, quick procedure which will identify your dog for life.
Nov 2015:- Alabama rot in dogs. There has been recent worry concerning this rare disease with an unknown cause. Please see latest information here Alabama Rot updates. There are up to date leaflets for you to read. We also have posted information on our facebook page (see below link).
Sept 2015: Congratulations to receptionist Tamara Broom who is now a ‘Suitably Qualified Person’, having passed her exams with AMTRA to advise & dispense companion & farm animal medicines.
We are on google plus . Have a look at our virtual tour & photos.
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Bredy Veterinary Centre is in the friendly coastal town of Bridport, in picturesque west Dorset. We are an independent practice with our own emergency service & aim to provide you with the best possible health care for your animals, large and small alike. We will endeavour to explain all the available treatments and care options clearly, and we will engage with you and treat your animals, as we would like ourselves and our animals to be treated. We take particular pride in our friendly and approachable staff. You can be sure that you will speak to and see one of our vets when you need to ring us in an emergency when the practice is closed.
We are an RCVS accredited practice, for both small animals (pets) and farm animals – this means that our practice has voluntarily undergone regular inspections by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. These inspections ensures the practice provides and maintains high standards of veterinary care in all aspects including nursing care, hygiene, 24 hour emergency cover, staff training, facilities, management and health and safety.
The practice expanded in 2012. The purpose-built practice doubled in size, enabling a large reception and waiting room, an extra consulting room, new dog and cat wards, an isolation ward, new diagnostic imaging room & 2 new operating theatres including a dental theatre. You can see images here.